Author Archives: Evelyn Cullet

About Evelyn Cullet

I write mystery romance and romantic suspense novels. I'm an avid organic gardener, and I play the piano. I have a spoiled Black Lab mix., Bailey, whom I adore. Visit my blog every Monday to discover new authors and their novels at: http://evelyncullet.com/blog/

Laura Elvebak – A Matter of Revenge

This week, it’s my pleasure to host author, Laura Elvebak. Laura studied writing at UCLA, USC, Rice University, and Beyond Baroque in Venice, California. After taking a directing class in Houston, she co-wrote, directed and acted in a one-act play. … Continue reading

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Marie Lavender – Upon Your Love

It’s the first day of Spring. Time to turn to thoughts of love. ♥♥♥ To mark the occasion, I’m hosting award-winning, multi-genre author, Marie Lavender and her novel, Upon Your Love. So take a deep breath and get ready to … Continue reading

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Betty Jean Craige – Dam Witherston

Today, it’s my pleasure to welcome back author, Betty Jean Craige. Dr. Betty Jean Craige has published books in the fields of Spanish poetry, modern literature, history of ideas, politics, ecology, and art.  She is a scholar, a translator, a … Continue reading

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Sue Owens Wright – The Secret of Bramble Hill

Today it’s my pleasure to host author, Sue Owens Wright. Sue Owens Wright is an award-winning author of fiction and nonfiction. She is an eleven-time finalist for the Maxwell, awarded annually by the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) to … Continue reading

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Judy Alter – Murder at Peacock Mansion

This week it’s my pleasure to host author, Judy Alter. An award-winning novelist, Judy Alter is the author of several fictional biographies of women of the American West. In The Gilded Cage she has turned her attention to the late … Continue reading

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John Beyer – Operation Scorpion

On this first week of March, I’m hosting author, John Beyer. John R. Beyer spent nearly ten years in law enforcement in Southern California as a street cop, a training officer and a member of the elite SWAT team. After … Continue reading

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John Achor – Five-Six Deadly Mix

This week, I’m welcoming author, John Achor to my blog. The first of John Achor’s three careers spanned twenty years as a U.S. Air Force pilot. He accumulated over 4,000 hours flying planes from Piper Cubs to the military equivalent … Continue reading

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Nancy Boyarsky – The Swap

Today, I’m hosting author, Nancy Boyarsky. Nancy Boyarsky was born in Oakland, California. After graduating from U.C. Berkeley, her first job was as an assistant editor in a tiny, long-gone publishing company in San Francisco. She has worked as a … Continue reading

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Gwen Mayo/Sarah Glenn – Murder on the Mullet Express

This week, I’m hosting authors, Gwen Mayo and Sarah Glenn. Gwen Mayo is passionate about blending her loves of history and mystery fiction. She currently lives and writes in Safety Harbor, Florida, but grew up in a large Irish family … Continue reading

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Carl Bookins – The Case of the Stolen Case

This week I’m welcoming back author, Carl Bookins. Before he became a mystery writer and reviewer, Carl Brookins was a counselor and faculty member at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Brookins and his wife are avid recreational sailors. … Continue reading

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