Tag: Mystery

Interview on the Page Turner Show

Interview on the Page Turner Show

Last Friday I had the extreme honor of being interviewed on the Page Turner Show with Annie McKinley at KYRS radio! You can listen to the interview at KYRS.org or right here on my website. Donate to the KYRS pledge drive here to get a signed copy of Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker. I mentioned LOTS …

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Montrose Park Reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

Montrose Park Reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

Hello, everyone! I’m excited to share another reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, my new historical mystery available everywhere books are sold in whatever format you prefer! In this reading, we’re transported to Manito Park in 1901—only at that time it was called Montrose Park. You can learn more about the history of the park …

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Reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

Reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

Hello, everyone! I’m so excited to share with you a reading from Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, book one in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries. Be sure to tune in THIS FRIDAY on KYRS.org to the Page Turner Show with Annie McKinleyat 1:00. If you can’t listen live, it’ll be available in their archives afterward! Visit linktr.ee/pmeredithauthor for all …

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PUBLICATION DAY for Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

PUBLICATION DAY for Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

It’s here!!!! Watch my unboxing video here or on YouTube! “A vivid and intense historical thriller featuring murder and mystery, mayhem and madness in 1901 Spokane.”  — New York Times bestselling author William H Keith Archie Prescot has traveled across the country to design the now-iconic Spokane clock tower for the new Great Northern Railroad Depot. When …

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Second KREM 2 News Interview!

Second KREM 2 News Interview!

I had the honor of being interviewed a second time by KREM about Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, this time down by the clock tower that inspired the book! You can watch the interview here, and be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re there! I was so excited to meet Nicole Hernandez downtown …

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Happy Endings in Mysteries

Happy Endings in Mysteries

I recently rewatched Stranger Than Fiction, which I remembered being more of a depressing drama than a comedy (which in many ways was an accurate remembrance), and was nervous right up to the end because I couldn’t recall if it had a happy ending. It made me consider why I prefer what is generally referred …

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Reading: The Clocks by Agatha Christie

Reading: The Clocks by Agatha Christie

I love to re-read Agatha Christie mysteries. There are so many wonderful ones, and if I wait long enough, I sometimes forget exactly how the mystery works itself out. 😉 The reason I made a point of re-reading this particular one, however, was because it is in this book that Agatha Christie gives a decided …

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Happy Birthday, Anna Katharine Green!

Happy Birthday, Anna Katharine Green!

This week I wanted to give a special homage to the woman who’s become a huge part of my life lately: the remarkable Anna Katharine Green. On this day, November 11, in 1846, Anna Katharine Green was born to New England lawyer James Wilson Green and Katharine Ann Whitney Green. She was the fourth child, …

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Why Do We Like Whodunnits?

Why Do We Like Whodunnits?

Why do we like Whodunnits? By “Whodunnit” I mean the movies, TV shows, and books where we don’t find out the murderer, thief, or conman until the final scene. It’s an interesting question, considering it’s not always been the format of choice. For instance, take The Thomas Crown Affair—the original 1968 heist film. We know …

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What Does Editing Sci-Fi and Fantasy Have To Do With Writing Mystery?

What Does Editing Sci-Fi and Fantasy Have To Do With Writing Mystery?

Although my background in editing has taken me primarily into the realms of science-fiction and fantasy, within those genres I’ve worked with authors in every sub-genre from horror to romance to mystery. Two of my favorite books that I edited were Free Fall by William H. Keith and The Sign of Glaaki by Steven Savile …

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