RVing Novelists

When I started writing the Rollin RV Mysteries, I knew about only one other mystery series featuring a sleuth who RVed*: Sue Henry, with her Maxie and Stretch mysteries (sixty-plus year old heroine Maxie McNabb and her dachshund). After four of those, she turned her focus back to her other series. I've read them all... Continue Reading →

Fundinmental Reviews!

Many thanks to Sherry Fundin for her wonderful review of Yuma Baby! I did my little happy dance to see how much she relates to Betty and Walt Rollin, and to see a comment from a reader who remembers the characters -- a goal of every writer 🙂 If you'd like to see what Sherry... Continue Reading →

Escapees with a Good Book ;-)

"She's done it again. Ellen Behrens has created a can't- put-this-book-down mystery," writes Marcella Gauthier in her review of Yuma Baby for the Escapees Magazine. This review means more to me than most because it's by a fellow RVer for fellow RVers. The Escapee RV club has (so I've heard) about 50,000 members all over... Continue Reading →

A Lyrical Pens Interview

Wondering what's behind the Rollin RV Mystery series? It's possible you have some of the same questions cj paterson at Lyrical Pens had for me. Check out the interview and --   even better -- check out her books, an excellent series mixing romance, suspense, and plenty of action! Many thanks to cj petterson for... Continue Reading →

Returning to the Scene of the Crime

[No spoilers, I promise!] Earlier this year, for the first time since publishing Pea Body, my husband and I returned to the book's setting -- the Outer Banks (OBX) of North Carolina, home of awesome beaches, seafood, and Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge. Not only was it great to be back alongside the Atlantic Ocean,... Continue Reading →

Write Where? Right There!

Being a full-time RVer and traveling the country means I've been able to experience some amazing places, meet fascinating people, and store up enough ideas for my writing for a few lifetimes. When these sorts of places are right outside the door -- it's hard to sit down to write. Every town we pass through... Continue Reading →

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