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Elizabeth A. White
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Editor. Avid reader. Lover of tacos, chocolate milk, cooking, wine, Penn & Teller, Emo Philips and rock music. Attorney, once upon a time.
Editor. Avid reader. Lover of tacos, chocolate milk, cooking, wine, Penn & Teller, Emo Philips and rock music. Attorney, once upon a time.

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Think you know your spouse/partner/best friend well? In LYING BLIND, the sixth entry in the Nan Vining series, author +Dianne Emley yanks the rug out from under her seasoned detective and plunges Vining into a world of self-doubt and deception. 

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Think you know your spouse/partner/best friend well? Not so fast, says LYING BLIND author +Dianne Emley.

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Pleased to welcome Matthew Iden to the site today to talk about the inspiration for his latest, the standalone psychological thriller THE WINTER OVER, which is set at the remote Shackleton Research Facility at the South Pole. Though he didn’t quite make it all the way to Shackleton, Matthew did come closer than most people ever will to the bottom of the world.



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It’s always a pleasure to welcome Sam Hawken back to the blog. Over the years I’ve both read and reviewed Sam’s novels, as well as worked with him on his Camaro Espinoza novellas. Camaro made her full-length novel debut in THE NIGHT CHARTER, and I was honored to work with Sam on an early draft of its sequel, WALK AWAY (January 31, 2017, from Mulholland Books). 

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Signed a legit Hollywood actor as a client today, which is very cool. While not an “above the title” name, he has a 30+ year resume in TV and film and is the kind of actor who gets the “I know the face but not the name” reaction. Very excited. If you or someone you know is looking for developmental or copy editing on your WIP, I’d love to help make your manuscript everything you want it to be. Details about my services, rates, and testimonials from authors I’ve worked with at the link below. 

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It’s a pleasure to welcome John McAllister back to the site today. My first experience with John’s writing was in the anthology REQUIEMS FOR THE DEPARTED (2010), which featured his short story “Bog Man,” a wonderfully atmospheric murder investigation set in the lowlands of Iron Age Britain. John then disappeared off my radar for a few years, before roaring back with a vengeance with the Sergeant John Barlow novels, THE STATION SERGEANT (2013, Portnoy Publishing) and BARLOW BY THE BOOK (2015, Portnoy). John’s latest, PURSUIT, is out now, and not a moment too soon considering it’s a book that has been rattling around John’s head in one form or another since it was first started way back in 1994. 

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Very excited to welcome Brandon Daily to the site today, because him being here for a guest post means his second novel, THE VALLEY, is about to drop. Brandon stormed onto the scene in 2014 with A Murder Country, a novel that justifiably won praise, and awards, from critics and readers alike. Despite the great reception once the book was released, however, that didn't mean the run-up to publication was easy on Brandon's nerves. Today he's here to talk about how that process went the second time around, including the actual writing of the THE VALLEY, and whether it looks like it will ever get easier. 

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So excited for this! The first Planet Earth series was stunning, and you know they've only gotten better at it in the decade since that one was put together. This trailer has me giddy with anticipation. 

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Had an amazing time on my Canada cruise with +Chris A White. Lovely country, amazing fall colors. More photos available on FB for those interested. http://ow.ly/PevW305yLyR 
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I’m pleased to welcome Benjamin Dancer today to talk about his novel PATRIARCH RUN, which drops tomorrow (Conundrum Press). 
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