by Linda O. Johnston Imagine a situation in which your beloved sister disappears. You fear she’s dead and even believe she was murdered by her awful husband–but you’ve no evidence to prove it, not even her body. They have a son, and you’re worried about him. And when someone tells you that the husband did… Read More
Linda O. Johnston, a former lawyer who is now a full-time
writer, currently writes two mystery series for Midnight Ink
involving dogs: the Barkery and Biscuits Mysteries where the
protagonist, a veterinary technician, owns a barkery and a
bakery, and the Superstition Mysteries, where her
protagonist runs a pet boutique. Her second Superstition
Mystery, KNOCK ON WOOD, will be an October release.
She has also written the Pet Rescue Mystery Series, a
spinoff from her Kendra Ballantyne, Pet-Sitter mysteries for
Berkley Prime Crime—also involving dogs. Linda additionally writes for Harlequin. Her August release is a Harlequin Romantic Suspense novel, COVERT ALLIANCE. She also writes the Alpha Force paranormal romance miniseries about shapeshifters—including canines—for Harlequin Nocturne.
by Linda O. Johnston I blogged here at Writerspace only a couple of weeks ago, and I’m delighted to be back! It’s now July, and I’ll be attending the Romance Writers of America National Conference next week. They’re always delightful! I attend that conference most years, and it’s generally in July. This time, the conference… Read More
by Linda O. Johnston As I mentioned last month, my second Barkery & Biscuits Mystery, TO CATCH A TREAT, was released on May 8. I did lots to let people know about it, including a blog tour, book store panels and visits, conferences such as Malice Domestic and Left Coast Crime, online information–including several Writerspace… Read More
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Crazy little thing called…Christmas
by Jody Holford Christmas is one of my favorite times of year. Other than birthdays. I love the planning, buying, decorating, and definitely the eating. I like the long lazy day of getting up early, opening presents, having breakfast, and then just hanging out with the people I love. I always feel a bit sad… Read More