On November 28th I appeared on Melinda Elmore’s Pen to Paper blog. Melinda writes Native American novels which celebrate the lives, cultures, and history of various Native American tribes. Here’s a snippet from her biography:
“I grew up with the fascination of the American Indian. My love for them grew by leaps and bounds as I read about them from my history book. I wanted to show, in my writings, of the proud people that the American Indians truly are. They show honor and respect for all living things. If I can capture just a small portion of that in my writings then that would be an added bonus for me.
Native American Romance and Native American mysteries is my passion. I hope to reveal in my books the uniqueness of the American Indian. I feel truly blessed to try and reveal how special the American Indians truly are.”
On November 30th, mystery writer Marilyn Meredith had me as a guest on her blog. Marilyn is a prolific writer, with over 24 books to her credit! By the way, she will appear as a guest on this blog on January 22, 2010, so be sure to come back and read her interview with me. Here’s a little bit more about Marilyn from her website:
Marilyn Meredith is the author of the Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series as well as the Rocky Bluff P.D. series. One of the first authors to embrace e-publishing she has several books that are available in both e-format and trade paperback, among them, the award winning mystery Guilt by Association.
Christian horror is another of the genres she writes in-The Choice, Deeds of Darkness, and Cup of Demons are prime examples .She also has a chapter in the best seller, “THE PORTABLE WRITERS’ CONFERENCE” from Quill Driver Press.
Also a writing teacher, Marilyn has been a featured speaker at several writers’ conferences. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, EPIC, and the Public Safety Writers Association.
Thank you both, ladies!