What’s a Story Molecule?

Many thanks to Deb Sanders who invited me to share some thoughts on her blog! It gave me a chance to reveal how story molecules bombard us, sometimes forming into full stories. Deb herself is great at this. A fellow RVing author, she pens mysteries and romances. You can read my post here. And while... Continue Reading →

Fellow RV Mystery Writers: MJ Williams

After I read On the Road to Death's Door, by MJ Williams, I had to find out more about its author -- or, I should say, authorS. MJ Williams is a pen name for sisters-in-law Peggy Joque Williams and Mary Joy Johnson (nee Williams). These women balance other professional interests with their collaborative writing efforts... Continue Reading →

Fellow RV Novelists: Deb Sanders

It's been awhile since we've peeked into the lives of RVing writers, so it's great to introduce another fellow traveler and scribbler. Deb Sanders writes a variety of books -- mystery, romance, fantasy, paranormal thrillers...! And she's prolific, having penned at least eight books to date. How does she manage this while on the road?... Continue Reading →

Never Give Up

We hear it a lot: Persevere. Keep going. Push past the frustration. Overcome writer's block. Do all these things and eventually you'll finish your book, you'll see it published, you can be proud you never gave up. Every now and then we get an example of an author who persevered. We're gifted with knowing an... Continue Reading →

Fellow RV Novelists: Judy Howard

Judy Howard's books have been very popular since she started writing them. Through her workshops and presentations she's inspired many other to pick up the pen or start typing, including many RVers. We're happy to be able to share some of her thoughts about her writing in general and writing as an RVer in specific.... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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