A conflict over styles of worship music start a war fought by pranks. Ron: We also look for clients who are flexible, willing to do what editors require, and who understand that selling a manuscript can take more time than they or we like. Agenting requires an enormous amount of reading, which, on many day, leaves little time for writing. We both liked cosy mysteries, so we decided to write one together. Janet: Our approach takes advantage of our specific strengths.
This lengthens the time it takes us to write a new mystery. Your host Susan Sleeman has gathered thousands of christian and clean read suspense novels, author interviews, author bios, reviews, and contests for your enjoyment. We often describe our writing process as analogous to creating a clay sculpture. Along the way, I wrote seven non-fiction books. But before the night is over, both weathermen find themselves in the hospital, and another man finds himself dead.
Janet: These days, Ron is also part of Benrey Literary. What advice do you give other authors who want to write a book with someone else? Susan is a romantic suspense author with a million books in print. We discarded our old manuscripts, began again, and had a contract about a year after we finished the publishable version of Little White Lies. What things turn you off? As an agent, what do you look for in a prospective client? An unexpected windfall had greedy church choir members seeing green, taking sides and preparing for battle. Both were likable and both had perfectly sound reasons for avoiding romance.
I loved the sweet way the two just fell for each other. It starts out with some practical jokes and I'm a bit surprised that Rafe didn't punish his daughter for her part in the pranks. Did you start out separately or have you always been a writing team? All three series are available at Amazon and as Kindle eBooks. Trying to find the right celebrity to represent your brand or make a personal appearance? What things turn you off? Unfortunately these pranks play into the sinister designs of someone who isn't playing at I'm sorry that Love Inspired Suspense stopped including Cozy Mysteries in their line up. A conflict over styles of worship music start a war fought by pranks.
After graduating, he became Electronics Editor at Popular Science Magazine. But Storm Channel cameraman Sean Miller knows the body buried under the rubble wasn't the victim of a fallen church steeple. Emma runs a bed and breakfast and sings in the church choir. What advice do you give other authors who want to write a book with someone else? Feisty secretary Ann Trask seems to be the only person who agrees with him. Please fill out the form on the right, providing details about your organization and the type of event you are planning, and an agent will be in touch shortly.
A killer tries to make the hurricane that blew through Glory, North Carolina, look like the bad guy. Agenting requires an enormous amount of reading, which, on many day, leaves little time for writing. Meanwhile, Ann Trask has her own set of problems. This approach ensures that the finished manuscript has a consistent voice. Feel free to call us at if you need immediate assistance. Janet: Great writing is the Number One requirement.
Much of the action centered around a church and the animosity between the traditional music lovers and the contemporary music people. Janet: These days, Ron is also part of Benrey Literary. I really enjoyed this one-- Glory Be! And Emma McCall wanted no part of it. They won't be there long, so they think. Is everything smooth sailing, or do the seas get a little choppy sometimes? February 11, 2009 Welcome Ron and Janet! The church financial secretary was conned into risky investments by Quentin Fisher, a man who posed as a Christian financial adviser.
As an agent, what do you look for in a prospective client? We find that two heads work as slowly as one. On the other hand, I find it much easier than he does to face a blank sheet of paper and begin a new scene. Ron: We also look for clients who are flexible, willing to do what editors require, and who understand that selling a manuscript can take more time than they or we like. But before the pretty amateur could dust for fingerprints, an unexpected ally appeared: Glory's deputy police chief, Rafe Neilson. Undercover investigator Lori Dorsett thought getting to the bottom of this mystery would be easy. And, we get even more rejection letters these days because we propose more projects.