Two buddies, a few beers and the unfettered exchange of crazy ideas gave birth to the adventures of Denver Moon
Warren Hammond explains the creative process that produced the protagonist Denver Moon (and a lot more) who drives the trilogy of sci-fi novels he wrote with Joshua Viola
Mattie Cobb and her K-9 Robo search for a possible victim — but their find hints at two kinds of predatorBy Margaret Mizushima Book Excerpts Primary category in which blog post is published
A tale of love and loss and moving on … too soon? A Colorado author used mystery to explore a personal issue.
Would others resent us if we found happiness by moving on with our life before they felt it was appropriate? Or would they do worse?
Author Alex Acks grew up on the great detective stories. In this series of novellas capped by a short story in "Murder on the Titania," the short one was toughest to write.
A body, a pistol, a will, a dog — and a suggestion of zombies — tell a tale of death in polite company
Author Alex Acks' description of a murder scene, a pirate captain and her second-in-command prepares the reader for a very different sort of adventure
Autumn chill, a logical girl, a strange boy and the beating of black wings set scene for young adult novel
Author Susan Cunningham's rhythmic, evocative prose introduces Gin and Felix, two students who partner on a school project on crow behavior that leads to mystery, romance
As if obsession with ukeleles weren't enough, there's also the story of how author C.C. Harrison's book got listed as "underwear" on Amazon.com
In a murder mystery set in the Colorado mountains, author C.C. Harrison brings together distinctive characters -- and ukeleles
"Burning Ridge" didn't quite fit the last K-9 mystery Margaret Mizushima wrote. But it set her on a course for a new type of crime novel.
In this edition of her ongoing series, author Margaret Mizushima introduces us to the grisly discovery that raises a multitude of questions