Happy St. Patrick's Day. I've recently discovered I was Irish. I'd always thought I was Swedish. I'll be paying closer attention to my holiday now.
My guests for March are Susan Tuttle and Elaine Orr.
Elaine L. Orr writes three mystery series. The Jolie Gentil cozy mystery series, set at the Jersey shore, has eleven books. The River's Edge series, set in rural Iowa, includes three books, and the Logland series (a police procedural with a cozy feel) has two with one the way. Two of her books have been finalists for the Chanticleer Mystery and Mayhem Awards. Elaine also writes plays and novellas. "Falling into Place" tells of a family's strength as a World War II veteran rises to the toughest occasion. Nonfiction includes "Writing When Time is Scarce." A member of Sisters in Crime, Elaine grew up in Maryland and moved to the Midwest in 1994.
Susan, a "slightly twisted" author, professional book editor, writing mentor and teacher, was born and raised in Buffalo, New York and began writing at the age of 10. In 2003 she picked up and drove across the country to California's Central Coast.
Susan now lives on California's Central Coast with her very whiney imaginary cat and her (mostly unfinished) handmade quilts and her (mostly finished) hand knitted scarves.
Both of these ladies write mystery, but in very different styles. Drop by and get to know them. I know I'm looking forward to my chat.