Tag Archives: muse

Talking To Tace Baker!

Nancy: Welcome SinCNE member and mystery author, Edith Maxwell, a.k.a. Tace Baker. Thank you for talking to us today as Tace Baker, the name under which you recently published your first mystery novel, Speaking of Murder. First of all, what … Continue reading

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Give a writer a prompt and some time and you’ll be amazed

Writers and prompts, prompts and writers. This is a fun post, but let’s get a few definitions out of the way first. Writer – individual who finds that getting words onto a page or screen is as satisfying as each … Continue reading

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Walking Through Walls

 Have you ever tried to write or come up with an idea but were stuck? And the more you struggled the more you felt like you’d hit a mile-high inner wall? Of course you have. When this happens to me, … Continue reading

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Mystery poems and National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. As a mystery writer and reader, poetry doesn’t enter my mind – unless it’s in a book I’m reading. And I can’t recall any mystery genre books that include poetry. Recipes, sure. Poems? No. In thinking about today’s … Continue reading

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