Review: Somebody I Used To Know by David Bell

Wow! It’s been a while since a mystery has held my interest like this one did.This was the first book I’ve read by this author and I certainly will be looking for his other novels.

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REVIEW: THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN BY PAULA HAWKINS

This book had an exciting premise and interesting structure told from three different points of view. However, the beginning was awkward and a bit uninteresting and if I hadn’t been encouraged to continue reading I would have abandoned it after the first chapter. Rachel’s life is a mess. She is divorced from Tom, whom she…

Jerrie Alexander: How To Create A Great Villain

Posted by Ruby Johnson It’s my pleasure to welcome Jerrie Alexander to my blog. The first time I met Jerrie was at a North Texas Romance Writers  monthly meeting. When I asked what she wrote, she  immediately said  romantic suspense. She published her first romantic suspense shortly after that. Since then, she has published four…

Kathryn Jane: It’s All About Characters

It’s such a pleasure to interview Kathryn Jane on my blog. I met Kathy through the RWA Kiss of Death Critique Group Lethal Ladies and had the opportunity to read a chapter or two of her newest book. If you have a question or a comment, please leave it at the end of the post.~~~ Kathryn,…

WHEN CHARACTERS CLASH

It’s my pleasure to welcome Earl Staggs to Ruby On Tuesday. Earl is an award- winning author of mysteries and thrillers. Earl would love to hear from you so kindly leave him a question or comment at the end of the post.~~~Ruby By Earl Staggs Rather than letting a narrator describe how characters think and feel,…