by Linda O. Johnston It’s not official until May 8, but my second Barkery & Biscuits Mystery, TO CATCH A TREAT, is about to be released. I’ll be doing a launch party the day before at the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore in San Diego, California, as part of the store’s Birthday Bash. There’ll be other authors… 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.
The second month of this year is going fast and well for me, and I hope it is for you, too. Earlier this week I chatted on Writerspace, featuring my latest release–well, re-release–the e-version of THE BALLAD OF JACK O’DAIR. It was available for pre-order for a while, but now it is actually available, on… Read More
Hi, everyone. Welcome to my first Writerspace blog of 2016. This happens to be a very busy month for me. Rather than at the usual holiday season, I just had family visiting me, including my two young grandsons. They were around for two wonderful weeks in which I got little done but it was worth… Read More
by Linda O. Johnston Can you believe how fast this year has gone? One more month and it will be 2016. This year has been a busy one for me. I had three books published–or four, depending on how you look at it. The first Barkery & Biscuits Mystery, BITE THE BISCUIT, came out in… Read More
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