Summer Weather as Writing Inspiration

Summer weather with its high temperatures, higher humidity, and long days of full sun has settled into the Buckeye State, so my post for July’s Writing in Time is summer weather as writing inspiration. Heat + Humidity = Crime Most people will agree that when humans get too hot, we get irritable. That tendency has… Continue Reading →

WIP Progress

I thought I’d take time today to update you on my WIP progress, a YA Christian mystery with the working title A Shadow on the Snow. It’s the sequel to my short story “A Rose from the Ashes.” Since I haven’t written a novel in years, I’m discovering what writing habits work best for me…. Continue Reading →

Writing Tip — Guest Blogger, Mary Ellis

I am pleased to welcome Mary Ellis to my site today. Mary writes in several genres, including historical and Amish fiction. But my interview today will focus on her inspirational romantic suspense novels. She’s also a fellow Buckeye! Hello, Mary! Which comes first when writing a mystery – plot, character, or setting? Definitely setting. Once… Continue Reading →

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