Category Archives: Mystery

Happy Halloween! We are now accepting paranormal mystery proposals (no full manuscript required)


  A little spooky, a little quirky, a whole lot of mystery. Wanted: Heroes and heroines with paranormal powers, help from the undead, enchanted towns, supernatural friendships and creatures who go bump in the night. We’re interested in a little something weird structured around a solid mystery arc, anywhere within the genre. Think of the […]

Fashion Police: Detective Edition


 Let’s face it. Unlike most hard working, real-life detectives who dress for the job, their book and TV counterparts spend a lot of time in the public eye, running around chasing suspects in expensive leather jackets and killer heels. And then there are others, including odd-couple sleuths the Ladies Smythe & Westin, who might consider […]

If I could choose a super power…

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It would be invisibility. I know what you’re thinking… What about flying? Wouldn’t you rather be able to fly? Or what about super strength? Wouldn’t you rather be able to stop a train?   You make valid points. Being able to fly would save me all those expensive flights to visit my parents who live […]

A Geek Girl Gets Her Wings – 5 Things I’ll Miss the Most


By Julie Anne Lindsey, author of A GEEK GIRL’S GUIDE TO JUSTICE As my Geek Girl Mysteries series comes to an end, I find myself looking back at how far my adorably awkward heroine, Mia Connors, has come, and feeling more than a little nostalgic over her adventures. Wrapping up a series isn’t easy for […]

To Snoop Or Not To Snoop


By Emery Harper, author of PERSON OF INTEREST That’s not a question, I snoop. Me personally, I am a natural-born snooper. Have been for as long as I can remember. When I was a tween/teen babysitter I would snoop through the kitchen and the living room and definitely the bathroom at the houses I sat. […]