Tag Archives: cozy

Some Thoughts on Words

We deal in words all the time, but some words don’t always mean the same thing to everyone. In particular, many of the words associated with the business of writing books mean different things to different people. Take cozy, for … Continue reading

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Choices for Crime Writers: The Sleuth’s Love Interest

In the traditional romantic suspense (aka Gothic) novel set up, the heroine meets two attractive men, one good and one evil, only she doesn’t know for certain which is which until near the end of the story. The traditional female … Continue reading

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Location, location…

Heaven, my grandfather used to say, is a day just like today: the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and there’s a little breeze blowing so it’s not too hot. And that’s exactly what Eastport, Maine was like on … Continue reading

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