Since I’m back in the traditional mystery business – my first Aurora Teagarden novel in years, ALL THE LITTLE LIARS, will be out Oct. 4 – I’ve been reading more in the sub genre… The Last One by Alexandra Oliva, Deceptions by Kelley Armstrong, A Curious Beginning by Deanna Rayburn, Company Town by Madeline Ashby…
Let’s talk about something wonderful… This past weekend was Clear the Shelters weekend… Feint of Art by Hailey Lind, League of Dragons by Naomi Novik, The Hog’s Back Mystery by Freeman Wills Crofts, A Dark and Stormy Murder by Julia Buckley
I think of winter as a great reading time, and so do the publishers… However, I am a year-round reader, and I suspect most of the people I know are also in that category… The Hot Country by Timothy Hallinan, Deadly Spells by Jaye Wells, Working Stiff by Judy Melinek, M.D., and T.J. Mitchell, Darkness on his Bones by Barbara Humbly
On sale October 4, 2016. Come out to see Charlaine on the signing tour.
Hot on the heels of the excellent news that the pilot of MIDNIGHT TEXAS was picked up by NBC, I was on the plane to New York to attend the up-front extravaganza the network puts on every year for advertisers… The Dead Will Tell by Linda Castillo, Murder at the Manor edited by Martin Edwards, Fellside by M.R. Carey, Burned by Benedict Jacka, Swimsuit Body by Eileen Goudge
Variety, May 13, 2016: NBC has picked up supernatural drama “Midnight, Texas,” based on the three-book series by “True Blood” author Charlaine Harris. Written and executive produced by “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” alum Monica Owusu-Breen, “Midnight, Texas”[…]
Charlaine on the set of ‘Midnight Texas.’
Behind-the-scenes photos from Charlaine’s guest appearance on The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery (forthcoming on the Hallmark Channel).
I’ve had the pleasant adventure of being on several television sets, and it’s always fascinating to see how it all works. For every actor, there are maybe ten (or more) people off-screen doing a myriad of jobs to make a few seconds of film happen… Borderline by Mishell Baker, Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll, The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson
My distressing viewing this week was the news. Any year we are having a presidential election, the news revs up a notch, but this year is particularly divisive and dramatic… Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop, Double Dead by Chuck Wendig, Staked by Kevin Hearne, The Brimstone Deception by Lisa Shearin