A Writer or a Storyteller?

Are you a writer or a storyteller? Since I write two different genres, this question came up into my mind. There does seem to be a difference. When I'm writing a mystery, I feel like a writer. I have to know the beginning and the end. I have to know 'who done it' right at... Continue Reading →

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My Conflicts of Interest

It has been quite some time since I sat down and tapped out a blog. I would like to list my reasons for not doing so sooner, but sadly, I have none. Unless you count laziness and lack of imagination as reasons. In my case, they seem to be. Spring is here. At least, it... Continue Reading →

Two Cozy Cat Press authors nominated

  AURORA, Ill. - Sept. 3, 2016 --- Independent publisher of mystery books, Cozy Cat Press, today announced that two of its authors––Alice K. Boatwright and Vicki Vass––have been announced as finalists in Chanticleer's Murder and Mayhem Novel Writing Contest for 2016. Boatwright's mystery Under an English Heaven and Vass's Murder by the Spoonful are... Continue Reading →

Finding the extraordinary in the ordinary

by Sally Carpenter The inspiration for this post came in an unusual way. In my day job, I work at a community newspaper. Recently an editor asked if I’d cover the opening of the “Vatican Splendors” exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, a mere 20-minute drive from my house.... Continue Reading →

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