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Posts Tagged: Stacy Green Turning The Page

I’m excited to participate in my very first Six Sentence Sunday. I’m hoping I’ve done everything correctly, and after you’ve checked out my offering, stop by Six Sunday and have a look at the other author’s entries. Into The Dark (available in ebook and paperback November 30, 2012). Exclusive Cover Reveal with Night Owl Reviews … Read the rest
Serial September is rolling full steam ahead (cliché alert), and this week, we’re talking about team killers. Two men are responsible for making true crime into a genre of its own: Dick Hickock and Perry Smith. Truman Capote told their story when he wrote In Cold Blood. If you’ve read it (and if you haven’t, … Read the rest
Happy Monday morning! I’m excited to be guest posting at Crime Fiction Collective. Here’s a little snippet: Forensic psychologists aren’t profilers. According to the forensic psychologist I recently interviewed, forensic psychologists as profilers is the biggest misconception the general public has of their profession. These people are essential to our legal system. They make crucial decisions … Read the rest
Welcome back to old-school Thriller Thursdays! Even though Thriller Extravaganza was a huge success, I’ve missed writing about true crime. And since it’s September and I love themes, I’ve got a great one for this month: Serial September. That’s right, this month we’re going to be looking at serial killers–but not the usual suspects. We’re … Read the rest
First off, thank you to all the amazing authors who participated in Thriller Extravaganza: R.J. Ellory, Margie Lawsen, Kathy Bennett, Allison Brennan, and Vicki Hinze. Everyone gave thoughtful posts with great information on writing killer thrillers. And thank you to all my friends who supported by sharing the links across social media. You guys made … Read the rest