In this excerpt, author John Nizalowski weaves an intricate tapestry, rich with detail, of ancient tradition that still speaks
Author John Nizalowski follows the footsteps of one of his favorite authors in tales of the SouthwestBy Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book SunLit Interviews Primary category in which blog post is published
How a rejected short story propelled Lauren Connolly to self-publish a novel — and embrace the romance genreBy Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book SunLit Interviews Primary category in which blog post is published
Depression also became an unconscious theme, though the author found that it had particular resonance among readers
Mattie Cobb and her K-9 Robo search for a possible victim — but their find hints at two kinds of predator
In this excerpt from "Tracking Game," author Margaret Mizushima's mystery takes a turn toward a non-human perp. Or unwitting accomplice.
Margaret Mizushima more fully develops protagonist Mattie Cobb and her trust issues. She also had to create a new villain when the first draft shed a too-sympathetic light.
The romance author relied on a life spent in the North Fork Valley to inform her setting, but to make the characters real she had some learning to do -- including about dairy farms
Can a woman's paid impersonation of a man's fiancée survive a visit to meet his family? K.L. McKee sets up the love triangle in "Stolen Heart."
This excerpt from Michael Laurence's "The Extinction Agenda" describes the first stages of the FBI's discovery of a virus -- and a plot bent on the destruction of humankind
How a Colorado sci-fi and horror author found his way into the thriller genre with “The Extinction Agenda”
Michael Laurence combined his research from previous novels into an evil plot that would introduce a character whose exploits unfold in an evolving series
Moving between 1974 and 2007, the author reveals the complex and intertwined lives of three women and their secrets
Author Wendy J. Fox chose the mid-2000s for much of the setting for "If the Ice Had Held" in spite of -- and in some ways because of -- its dated technology