Elena Taylor

Historical Fiction Author Nancy Herriman – Part III

Summer has finally arrived in the Pacific Northwest. La Niña has heated up the rest of the country, but it’s been relatively mild out here. After trips to New York City and Las Vegas, home for a few weeks of 75-80 degree weather feels great. So much to catch up on! Getting back to the gym, finishing […]

Historical Fiction Author Nancy Herriman – Part II of the interview!

So nice to be back home after two weeks on the road. I enjoyed staying at The Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, where the air-conditioning was as perfect as the hair on a werewolf drinkin’ a pina colada at Trader Vic’s. The Public Safety Writers Association conference was terrific. So many experts in […]

Lee Child, CJ Box, and Reavis Wortham walk into Thrillerfest: Day 2

Day two at Thrillerfest 2016 starts off on a high note. I’d volunteered to work the registration desk for a few hours in the morning. My fellow volunteers are friendly and welcoming. It’s fun to meet the other writers, including some of my fellow Debut Authors and bloggers I’ve been communicating with via emails and […]


An interesting first day in New York for ThrillerFest 2016. Landed at Newark just before 8am, only to find a rather interesting scene. I’m still wondering what was going on with this plane…The Jane Hotel – my home away from home for the next couple of days – reminds me of being on a train […]

Contest Winner – TWO DEAD ARE BETTER THAN ONE has a new character name!

I’m very pleased to announce the contest winner for my Name-the-character contest. Not only am I thrilled about the name – but I get to keep it in the family as winner Shelley Ferguson happens to be my beautiful niece. Shelley came up with a brilliant concept, which fits both the characters and the unfolding […]

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