Author Archives: J.A. Hennrikus/Julianne Holmes

About J.A. Hennrikus/Julianne Holmes

J.A. (Julie) Hennrikus writes the Clock Shop Mystery Series under the name Julianne Holmes. JUST KILLING TIME, the first in the series, was published in Oct 2015 and was nominated for a BEST FIRST NOVEL Agatha award. CLOCK AND DAGGER was released in August 2016. CHIME AND PUNISHMENT will be released in August 2017. Julie's Theater Cop series will debut in the fall of 2017. A CHRISTMAS PERIL is the first in this series about an ex-cop who runs a theater company. wears two hats. Her short stories have been published by Level Best Books: “Tag, You’re Dead” in THIN ICE, “Her Wish” in DEAD CALM, and “The Pendulum Swings, Until It Doesn’t” in BLOOD MOON. Julie is an arts administrator and arts advocate. She tweets her writing life as @JHAuthors, and her other life as @JulieHennrikus. She is an avid theater goer and a member of Red Sox nation. Her website is jahennrikus.com, and she blogs with WickedCozyAuthors.com and KillerCharacters.com.

Not Quite Twenty Questions for Hank Phillippi Ryan

We’ve turned the tables this week and the interviewer is now the interviewee! Yes, that’s right, Hank Phillippi Ryan has graciously (not that she’s ever not gracious) handed over her recorder and notepad and let us ask her Not Quite Twenty Questions. … Continue reading

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Not Quite Twenty Questions for Laura DiSilverio

Hank Phillippi Ryan: She looks like such a nice woman. Pleasant, well-dressed, smiling and cheerful. But Laura DiSilverio has a pretty amazing—and incredibly tough!– resume. She spent twenty years as an Air Force intelligence officer – serving as a squadron … Continue reading

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Writers at Work: Hank Phillippi Ryan Welcomes Sheila Connolly

  HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN: What does someone’s face look like when they’re telling you their dream has come true? I saw that look, I really did, on Sheila Connolly. She’ll be able to tell us how long ago it was—it … Continue reading

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Connecticut Library Wins “We Love Libraries” Grant

Small Library Wins Big by Kathy Orzech On Wednesday, February 19, the Levi E. Coe Library in Middlefield, learned they had won the Sisters in Crime “We Love Libraries” monthly drawing. Julie Hennrikus emailed Connecticut members that night and by … Continue reading

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Why do I kept going back to the New England Crime Bake?

By Judy Copek My twelfth year and the anticipation is still strong. How can that be? Many things: connecting with old friends, a whole weekend of talking about writing, thinking about writing, new ideas about writing, buying books, going to … Continue reading

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Kate Flora’s award for Redemption best SINCNE news of the week

Congratulations to Kate Flora, the  2013 Maine Literary Awards winner for Crime Fiction. (Redemption). Kate beat out some serious competition to be named the award winner May 31. Published by Five Star, “Redemption” is set in Portland, and is part … Continue reading

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Three-book deals and awards top SinCNE’s good news

We will be sharing good news as we get it! In this edition, news from Sherry Harris, Edith Maxwell, Arlene Kay, BA Shapiro and Kate Flora: Redemption by Kate Flora won the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance 2013 Book Award … Continue reading

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