Looking for a meaty thriller series to sink your teeth into? For Thanksgiving week, award-winning Tawny Lindholm Thrillers with Passion are ON SALE for ONLY $.99! Click on book cover for sales link
I’m excited that Until Proven Guilty was just named a FINALIST for “Best Crime Thriller” by BestThrillers.com. Investigator Tawny Lindholm and her attorney husband Tillman Rosenbaum tackle three baffling cases that are as twisted as strands of DNA. But untangling those threads threatens their marriage and family with unimaginable danger…. Continue reading
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Do you have a story inside you that’s burning to be told? A novel, memoir, screenplay, or poem that’s itching to be written? The 32nd Annual Flathead River Writers Conference is October 1-2, 2022 in Kalispell, MT. Join me for two busy inspiring days with an editor, agent, LA film… Continue reading
Join the fun at Murder in the Mountains and uncover how four Montana mystery authors get away with murder. The usual suspects: Debbie Burke, Leslie Budewitz, Christine Carbo, Mark Leichliter Scene of the crime: Lake Baked Bakery/Riverview Bar, 191 Mill Street, Bigfork, Montana. Time of the crime: Sunday, August 21,… Continue reading
Nope, not for a million bucks! But extreme adventurer Jon Turk did just that and lived to tell the tale. Read my feature article in Montana Senior News about Jon’s exploits at this LINK.
On June 13, 2022, a “Thousand Year Flood” closed Yellowstone National Park for the first time in 34 years. The editor of Montana Senior News assigned me to cover the historic event. Here is my feature article.
A big Thank You to the kind folks who voted for me in the Best of the Flathead contest, sponsored by the area newspaper. I’m delighted to be the runner-up among these strong, well-known local authors.
Join me for a fun conversation with Canadian podcaster Dennis Rimmer, host of Talking Books and Writing and Stuff. We chat about the inspiration for Instrument of the Devil, the long rugged drive across Montana on Highway 2, and a few secret editing tricks. To listen, click here.
Here’s a fun chat with Boomers on Books in London: