Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Joan Livingston
Has her way with words.
Has her way with words.
About
Posts

Post has attachment
A new post Portuguese Forever on my website. I write about my Portuguese heritage and how I use it in my Isabel Long mystery series.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post on how I used first person, present tense to write my mystery series. Basically, I wanted my protagonist, Isabel Long, to tell the story and to draw you into the action.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post on my website. Why does Kale Soup, a Portuguese dish, have a role in my mystery series and my personal life? Well, here you go. I even give you a recipe.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post on my website: Yes, my new mystery, Redneck's Revenge is going on a blog tour. Yeah, I'm trying to get the word out and these bloggers are going to help. Read about it.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post 6Ws with Me on my website. I turn the tables on myself and answer the questions I've been giving fellow authors for nearly a year now. I have a new book, Redneck's Revenge, coming out. And dammit, it is my blog.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Thanks to my editor Miriam Drori for posting this letter 'written' by a character in my new mystery, Redneck's Revenge — Annette Waters aka the Tough Cookie. Yeah, she's tough but then she runs a junkyard and her father was killed in it.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post: Music to Read By. I write about the soundtrack to my new mystery, Redneck's Revenge. Nothin' fancy. Country, Rock and a bit of blues. Anything the bands play at the local bar.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A new post: Meet Isabel Long P. I. Isabel's the protagonist of my mystery series. She no sweet, young thing. She's also good at what she does.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Meet author Sarahlyn Bruck in this latest post on my website. Love contemporary women's fiction? Then you will love her debut novel, Designer You.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Author Isabella May pops into my website to talk about her new book Costa del Churros. Here's a quote: "The churros play a central role throughout the book, used as a code word that brings four – very different – women together for flamenco lessons with their highly exuberant teacher, Carmen."
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded