The Art of Graffiti

The Art of Graffiti

This week’s blog is by Gin Price, author of On Edge, a young adult mystery released last month. This week Gin talks about graffiti, an art form that leads to the solution of the murder in On Edge. Intriguing characters, a different take on an urban landscape,...
For the Love of Freerunning

For the Love of Freerunning

This week’s blog is by Gin Price, author of On Edge, a young adult mystery released last month. Gin talks about her discovery of parkour. Intriguing characters, a different take on an urban landscape, and the element of mystery will captivate readers.”...
Why Tacoma is a Good Place to Set a Mystery

Why Tacoma is a Good Place to Set a Mystery

This week’s blog is by Tom Llewellyn, whose teen noir book, The Shadow of Seth, was published last month by the Poisoned Pencil. Tom writes about the importance of setting in a mystery, and why he chose Tacoma.  “A well-written teen mystery with a likeable...
Teen Noir Driver’s Guide

Teen Noir Driver’s Guide

This week’s blog  is by author Tom Llewellyn, whose YA mystery, The Shadow of Seth, was published by the Poisoned Pencil last week. Tom Llewellyn lives and writes in Tacoma, Washington. His first novel was The Tilting House, an MG book published by Random House...
How Do You Write About Love?

How Do You Write About Love?

This week’s blog is written by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel. Melissa’s YA mystery, Wabanaki Blues, follows the exploits of a young Native American blues guitarist in the wilds of New Hampshire. Melissa writes about love, a central topic for her protagonist,...