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!
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
I’m new to publishing. Even though I’m currently writing my 5th book, the Hatbox Murders will be the first one published. Over a hear ago, Barking Rain Press assigned me to a wonderful editor, and we spent 6 months going over the manuscript. We did 3 complete in-depth passes. After that, two more editors came on … More The Publishing Process
The Tugboat Murder: a 1950s mini-mystery by Jennifer Berg. Available March 28 from Barking Rain Press.
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When my editor and I finished working on my first book it disappeared into the design process I began to wonder how I could help mystery fans decide whether or not my work fit their interests. After all, there so many types of mysteries, and I don’t want anyone spending their time or money on … More The Tugboat Murder: a novelette
It will still be some weeks, but, Barking Rain Press is reviewing my (rather-long) short story. More details coming soon! 🙂