Source: Mystery Mondays: Jennifer Berg On Being An Organized Writer
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Today on Mystery Mondays, we have Jennifer Berg, Author of The Hatbox Murders published by Barking Rain Press. The Importance of Being Organized by Jennifer Berg Writing can be a lot of fun, but my biggest tip for serious writing is to be organized. If you’re looking for a publisher, keep…
Source: The nominees for the 2017 Derringer Awards
So, it’s been a while since I complained about my blogging technical challenges. Over the last several months, I’ve made a few tweaks and improvements here and there, and I must have been getting pretty smug with myself because now I’ve managed to remove my blog as a list of posts. At the moment, I … More Blogging Pains Revisited
I’ve been selected as a mystery author panelist for the PCA/ACA National Conference. I’ll be joining a couple of (far more established) authors of historical mysteries. I’m not wholly sure what to expect, but I’m really looking forward to meeting other fans of the genre and the opportunity to discuss my work!
After years of work, it’s finally happened. I submitted my first manuscript in 2005. (It was mediocre) I wrote a couple more books. My work improved a lot. I signed the contract with my publisher 18 months ago. Of course, the work didn’t end there, it just shifted gears. Now, my 2nd book is under … More Hurray! Yippie! I’m Published!
Skies are overcast in my corner of the world, but this photo captures a past spring when I visited Mt. Rainier with my family. Delicate and awesome; it embodies the spirit of the season.
I’m super excited that my publisher has agreed to release The Tugboat Murder. To celebrate, and just because I tend to nerd out a bit about these books, I’ve made a Pinterest board devoted to Tugboats and themes around the book. The images don’t attempt to tell the story, rather, I’m trying to capture the … More The Tugboat Murder
Editing one’s own stuff can be fun. It can also be tedious. But if you’ve been at it for months on end, it can also begin to feel like you’re falling into an endless vortex of words.
Mysteries of an old Map: Streets extending into Puget Sound, streets that never existed. … More Magnolia’s Fantasy Streets