The world didn't end (sorry Mayans) and our authors kept on promoting. Check out the sock puppet interview with budding filmmakers, find out who hangs out in cowboy bars, meet a spunky senior and a wild woman—all at this week's Round-Up!
JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of the soon to be published “Mann of War,” has a sock puppet interview up with the college students making the trailer. Apparently, there was a freeway escapade and dead students littering the campus, but my question is: How does a sock puppet swallow coffee?
STEPHEN BRAYTON, author of “Alpha,”started out on radio but found writing more to his liking. LORNA COLLINS gets more info in her interview.
Speaking of LORNA, she's the “spunky senior” highlighted this week over at
Is SUNNY FRAZIER, author of the Christy Bristol Astrology Mysteries, really talking about being a “plotter” or a “pantser” over at Buried Under Books, or something much, much more?
DENNIS GRIFFIN (Vegas Vixen) interviewed MORGAN ST. JAMES (Who's Got the Money?) on True Crime blog radio. They discussed humor in mysteries.
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Don't forget to check out the December issue of Tricks of the Trade. MORGAN ST. JAMES has a Christmas story to share as well as many other terrific articles.