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Review: Tracy Clark’s WHAT YOU DON’T SEE

With the coronavirus raging and the struggle to end police brutality turning into a flashback of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, it is refreshing to lose oneself in a well-written murder mystery. Tracy Clark’s What You Don’t See is the third book in her fabulous Cass Raines series. It does not disappoint. In What You … Read more Review: Tracy Clark’s WHAT YOU DON’T SEE

Suggested Reading While Waiting Out the Zombie Apocalypse

girl reading under covers

With the increasing threat of the coronavirus, many of us are hunkering down in our homes and isolating ourselves from potential contamination. What better time to open up a book, whether print or ebook. Certainly a LOT LESS STRESSFUL than seeing all of the craziness on social media or the news.  To help you with … Read more Suggested Reading While Waiting Out the Zombie Apocalypse

Interview with Author Michael Nava

Dharma Kelleher: From Dark Pariah Press in Phoenix, Arizona comes The Gritty Gritty, a podcast highlighting OwnVoices in crime fiction. I’m your host, Dharma Kelleher. In today’s episode, I talk with award-winning author, Michael Nava, whose recently released novel, Carved in Bone, is the latest in his Henry Rios mystery series. It is the first … Read more Interview with Author Michael Nava

Episode 1 – Interview with Tori Eldridge

The following is the transcript for Episode 001 of The Gritty Gritty podcast, highlighting OwnVoices in crime fiction. You can listen to the audio version on Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Dharma Kelleher: From Dark Pariah Press in Phoenix, Arizona comes The Gritty Gritty, a podcast highlighting #OwnVoices in crime fiction. I’m your host … Read more Episode 1 – Interview with Tori Eldridge

My Fairy Drag Mothers

Drag queens in Chile

Lately, there has been a storm brewing between the drag community and the trans community. It’s actually been going on for quite some time, but it seems to have intensified recently. And at the risk of sounding like 45, there really are good and bad people on both sides. For those not exactly clear on … Read more My Fairy Drag Mothers

Why I Now Choose to Be Indie Published

A few years ago, I write a post about why I chose to have my first two books traditionally published. Now with a couple books under my belt, I made a 180-degree turn and now choose to publish as an indie (self-published) author for the foreseeable¬† future. So why the change? In short, my needs … Read more Why I Now Choose to Be Indie Published