Reader Friday – Johnnie Alexander

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I’m late posting today because I was a guest of the wonderful Memphis book club, Juliet, last night to discuss Justice Delayed. We ate at Corky’s, which is mentioned in the book! I had such fun talking about writing and the ladies had such interesting questions! And the food was wonderful! If you’re ever in Memphis, be sure to stop by Corky’s and …

Two New Releases and A Giveaway

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September and October bring two new releases for me! First, Justice Buried, the second book in the Memphis Cold Case Novels releases September 5. And on October 3, The Kill Zone: Ten Deadly Thrillers with my novella, Revenge, releases. in honor of that, I’m holding a Rafflecopter and giving away a $25 Amazon gift card! a Rafflecopter giveaway Check out the Back Cover …

Crime Doesn’t Pay

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I am excited to report I’ve just finished my novella for The Kill Zone: Ten Deadly Thrillers! It was satisfying to finish Andi and Will’s story from Justice Delayed. I’m anxious to discover what my readers think about their wrap-up. I had intended to follow up on their story in the next Memphis cold case book, Justice Buried, but that story had a mind …

Slugburger History

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As I promised last week, here’s a little history on the slugburger. But first, the answer to last week’s mystery question is #2. Quite a few of you got the correct answer.  Now onto the slugburger. John Weeks grew up in Chicago and moved to Corinth, Mississippi, in 1917 with his four brothers, bringing with him a hamburger recipe that he …

Reader Friday – Steven James

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As I’ve told you in the past, I’m working on two stories dealing with human trafficking and that means digging into the underbelly of this crime. However, there are others who have written fictional stories on this subject, so some of my research is done by reading those books. Last week I read Every Crooked Path by Steven James. Readers, I’m …