Upside Down

Originally posted on The Writers in Residence:
By Linda O. Johnston Apologies.  I’m late with this blog.  But… well, as I’m sure all of you reading this know, life is different now from what it’s been. The pandemic.  Potential danger to all of us.  Lots to learn about how to protect ourselves.  Staying home most of the time–and only going…

Guest Blogger – June Trop

Originally posted on Ladies of Mystery:
Miriam bat Isaac, Alchemist and Sleuth Extraordinaire by June Trop I write historical mysteries set in Roman-occupied Alexandria during the first century CE. My protagonist, Miriam bat Isaac, is an alchemist and amateur sleuth whom I got to meet quite unexpectedly. You see, I spent my early professional life…

When Killer Fiction Becomes Confessional

by Betty Webb Reblogged from Marilyn’s Musing, March 4,2020  When Killer Fiction Becomes Confessional by Betty Webb      “No, I’m not admitting to murder. Maybe I’ve sometimes been tempted (one former boss comes readily to mind), but I can truthfully say that I never shot, stabbed, clubbed, or poisoned anyone.      However, in…