What a Letter to Yourself Has to Do with Your WORK-IN-PROGRESS or NaNoWriMo? Editing on a Budget - a fresh perspective on editing from David Beaumier, the newest member of the Chanticleer Team.
LEARN FROM THE BEST at VCAC 20 – J.D.Barker, Bob Dugoni, Chris Humphreys, Don Maass, Jessica Morrell
The countdown commences for the first ever VIRTUAL CHANTICLEER AUTHORS CONFERENCE - LIVE Sessions, Panel Discussions, Happy Hours, and more! We look forward to seeing you soon! Don't miss out on this exciting event to Learn from the BEST!
LANGUAGE and NAMES in WRITING FICTION – a Chanticleer Writer’s Toolbox Series – Jessica Morrell & Kiffer Brown
The right choice of words and vocabulary create subtext in fiction works making them compelling and memorable. Read on for examples by Michelle Cox, Wendy Delaney, Kerry Greenwood, J.K.Rowling, Shakespeare, George R.R. Martin, and others.
To discover new award-winning mystery authors, check out these M&M Hall of Famers. Also, the 2020 M&M Book Awards deadline for submissions has been extended.
WRITING a SERIES PRIMER by award-winning author Wendy Delaney – a Chanticleer Writer’s Toolbox article
There is vast sea of voracious readers searching to binge on that next, new-to-them, entertaining series. That series could be yours.
Fresh and frisky - a rollicking good time with truth wizard and coroner's assistant, Charmaine, on her investigations in a small pacific northwest town.
Engagingly humorous and cleverly crafted mystery that is fast-paced! Meet Char (the human lie detector and clever mystery solver) and the eccentric characters of this small Pacific Northwest town.
When Charmaine Digby is cut loose as “excess baggage” from her ex-husband. She finds herself living with her Gram, slinging cheeseburgers at her great-aunt Alice’s diner, and living across the street from a guy who used to pull her pigtails when they were in grade school together. She is out of work, out of money, and out of shape.This wonderfully humorous cozy mystery will have you cracking up at the trouble that “Char” manages to get into when she finally lands a “real job” as a deputy coroner to the Chimacam County Prosecutor’s office—if she can make it past Day One of her 30-day-trial period.