Posts Tagged ‘Margaret Maron’
Thank you, Quail Ridge, for a Fabulous Launch!
Some pictures from Quail Ridge Books tonight. Thanks to all who came and to everyone at Quail Ridge Books for making it so much fun! (John and I brought the leftover cake home. Big mistake!) My friend, the prolific Margaret Maron, introduced me.Read More
Book Trailer for The Midwife's Confession
The trailer for The Midwife’s Confession And here’s John’s post about its creation. The Midwife’s Confession is available for preorder now and it will be published April 26th. Enjoy!Read More
Beaufort Research and the Spooky Thing
I thought I’d share some of the pictures from my three day research trip to Beaufort, North Carolina and tell you the slightly spooky thing that happened to me while I was there. My character, twenty-two-year-old Robin, lives in Beaufort and I wanted to learn more about her everyday life. Robin manages a bed and…Read More
To E or not to E! That is the Question
I need your opinions, whether you read e-books or not. I have seven books that have long been out of print and I’ve now made four of them (Secret Lives, Reflection, Brass Ring and The Escape Artist) available as e-books. Very soon, I’ll have a fifth book up (Fire and Rain). Now I’m trying to…Read More
Brass Ring and Repressed Memories
When I was a therapist in training back in the . . . well, a long time ago, we were taught the importance of asking our clients if they’d ever been sexually abused. Particularly in cases where our clients presented with low self-esteem, self destructive behavior or sexual dysfunction, we were encouraged to push a…Read More
The Shadow Wife
The Shadow Wife, which is the reissue of my 2002 novel, Cypress Point, goes on sale today! (The e-book will be available December 1). You can read the prologue on my website. It’s one of my personal favorites. The Shadow Wife is a story close to my heart in many ways. First, the setting. Although…Read More
Giving Up on Character Names
No, I’m not going to start numbering the people in my books, but I am hereby abandoning my obsessive need to give each character a brand new, never before used, name. A couple of years ago, I asked my assistant to go through my books (seventeen at the time) and list all the first names…Read More
Working at Weymouth
I’m with my writer buds on our twice yearly retreat to the beautiful Weymouth Center for the Arts, where writers are allowed to come and work for free. Margaret Maron’s missing because of her accident (and we’re missing her!), but the rest of us–Mary Kay Andrews, Katy Munger, Sarah Shaber, Alexandra Sokoloff, Brenda Witchger and…Read More
Sneak Peek at the Keeper of the Light Cover!
I’ve been waiting for this one! Keeper of the Light has had a long history. It was my fourth novel, published way back in the early nineties and set in North Carolina’s Outer Banks. It sold zillions (slight exaggeration) and was definitely my most popular novel until The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes came along.…Read More
My Readers are Ageless!
I’m always asked the question “What age group reads your books?”, and I always respond that I seem to have readers of all ages. Today, I present my proof! I recently heard from Sierra Dobbie, a young lady who lives in Ontario, Canada. She’d reviewed Before the Storm on her blog The Reading Chic and…Read More