Tag Archives: Mystery

Bookish Activity

Being an author is the best job I’ve ever had. Not just because I love to tell a story, but because it makes me a part of the writing community. I’ve never worked with a group of people so supportive … Continue reading

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A Chance to Read!

My love of reading is what started me on my path to becoming a published author. The sad irony is now that I’m an author with deadlines, edits, and marketing responsibilities, I have much less time to indulge in a … Continue reading

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Using Historical Figures in Fiction

Had a wonderful time doing bookstore events this week with C.M. Gleason and L.A. Chandlar, both in Ann Arbor and Detroit. One reason I was excited to chat with them is that they both do something that up until now, … Continue reading

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Interview with Daniela Petrova

Daniela Petrova is a debut author whose book, Her Daughter’s Mother, released last month. I had the pleasure of interviewing Daniela for the blog, but first, here’s a bit about the book: Lana Stone has never considered herself a stalker–until … Continue reading

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Release Day!

June 25th was release day for A Lady’s Guide to Gossip and Murder, the second book in the Countess of Harleigh series. We celebrated with a release party at Schuler Books in Okemos, Michigan. Guests included the countess herself and … Continue reading

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A Look Back And A Look Forward

It’s June 1st and in just a little over three weeks A Lady’s Guide to Gossip and Murder, the second book in the Countess of Harleigh Mystery series will be out in the world. It’s hard to believe ALG Etiquette … Continue reading

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Another Giveaway!

Between my birthday and other events, I don’t have a new post for this week, so I’m doing a giveaway instead! Please go to my author Facebook page to enter: https://www.facebook.com/DianneFreemanAuthor/ You can win one of two trade paperback copies … Continue reading

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A great time at Left Coast Crime

Just back from the Left Coast Crime conference in Vancouver. What a wonderful city and a great conference! I’ve attended lots of writers’ conferences in the past, but like Bouchercon and Malice Domestic, Left Coast Crime is more of reader/author … Continue reading

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Interview with Carol Potenza, author of Hearts of the Missing

Carol Potenza is the author of the 2017 Tony Hillerman Prize winning novel, Hearts of the Missing. I recently had a chance to talk with her about writing this story. Here’s a bit about the book: When a young woman … Continue reading

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Review of The Frame-Up and Interview with Meghan Scott Molin

Meghan Scott Molin’s debut novel, The Frame-up releases today! I had the opportunity to read an advance copy and interview Meghan, so on my blog today I have both a review and interview. The Frame-Up (my ranking—5 Stars!) What a … Continue reading

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