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I Couldn't Sleep at All Last Night*

Most of us have circadian rhythms that guide us to be awake during the daylight hours, and asleep at night. We might be ‘morning people’ or ‘night owls,’ but we tend to get our sleep sometime during the night. 961 more words

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Author Interview: Elizabeth Spann Craig

 Elizabeth Spann Craig is the bestselling cozy mystery author of the Southern Quilting mysteries and Memphis Barbeque mysteries for Penguin Random House and the Myrtle Clover series for Midnight Ink and independently. 1,181 more words


He Took it All Too Far*

The old expression, ‘everything in moderation’ makes a lot of sense, if you think about it. We all know what happens when you go beyond a judicious amount of food, or exercise too much, or have too much to drink. 1,059 more words

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The Other Side of You*

Many crime fiction authors write more than one series. There are a lot of reasons for doing that, too. For instance, the author may want to ‘start fresh’ if a series has gone on for a while. 987 more words


Watch "How to Write Cozy Mystery Novels with Elizabeth Spann Craig" on YouTube


Check out this video with Lorna Faith & Elizabeth Spann Craig on how to write Cozy Mysteries

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A BODY AR BUNCO By Elizabeth Spann Craig

It has been awhile since I had a chance to spend some time with Myrtle Clover. I have always enjoyed my visits. Myrtle is her same bossy, but lovable senior who is fighting the problems that occur with aging. 100 more words


But You Were Just Too Clever By Half*

If you read enough crime fiction, you learn a few lessons. One of them is that there is danger in being very clever and observant. Characters who notice things and put the proverbial two and two together tend to come upon truths that aren’t safe for them to know. 1,055 more words

Agatha Christie