by Karna Small Bodman As the economy continues to open and many people return to a work site instead of working from home, it means leaving a beloved pet who had become accustomed to having us around all day long. So, we all have to take care to spend whatever time we can with these animals,...
By Carla Neggers With the many unprecedented challenges of the past year-plus, I dug out an essay I wrote a few years ago for Writes of Passage, an award-winning collection put together by Sisters in Crime and published by Henery Press. I thought I’d share it here. More than once over the...
By Karna Small Bodman With millions of people beginning to travel again, the question is: where is everyone going and what are they finding once they get there? It turns out that our Southwest Florida Airport, serving people coming mainly to Naples, Sanibel, Cape Coral and Fort Myers, reports an...
Wouldn’t it be great if it were that easy? If when we came to the tough twists and major decision points in our lives, there was only one way to go, and it was always “right”?
Carla Neggers paints a beautiful picture of her utmost happy place – springtime gardens!
Gale Massey answers the Rogue 9, clueing us in on her favorite word, childhood dreams, and more!
Here’s Gayle Lynds’s writer’s tale, but it ends well (really!). Do you have 4:00 a.m. insomnia? It started for Gayle a “gazillion” years ago before her writing career took off.
Guest author Isabella Maldonado gives the juicy details on what what law enforcement romance is actually like!
Have you ever fostered a pet? This week on the blog, Jenny Milchman shares her family’s foster cat experience.
Forensic specialist and author Lisa Black shares a first-hand account of holding hands with a convicted rapist and murderer.