I have a new flash fiction story live at Flash Fiction Magazine. Check it out here.
I answer a few questions about The Spying Moon at The Big Thrill.
How does this book make a contribution to the genre?
Racial issues are a significant part of this story. How people put limitations on others because of their culture, gender and beliefs has an impact on the events that unfold.
Find out what I have to say about Shiprider, Eric Holder and more!
Also, I’ll be participating in some round table discussions at The Big Thrill this month.
Oct. 15-21: How much value do authors place on social media?
Oct. 22-28: What can thriller writers learn from the horror genre?
Oct: 29-Nov. 4: Do authors sometimes regret killing off a character?
Drop in and let us know what you think!
Plus, check out a recent review of The Spying Moon:
“With “The Spying Moon” (Down & Out Books) does one thing quite different than most police procedurals, Sandra Ruttan balances several different mysteries successfully throughout the book … Moreau gives readers a different look at policing and problems with diversity, racism, and sexism within the department and society. Ruttan crafted a good mystery that fans of police procedurals will love.” —David Nemeth, Unlawful Acts
Author Dana King chats with me about The Spying Moon, how I chose my book’s setting and cultural appropriation here.
The Masked Reviewer assesses The Spying Moon here.
A review of The Dame Was Trouble, which discusses my short story ‘Crossing Jordan’ appears at SheKillsLit.
Also, I regularly post profiles of other authors and reviews at Toe Six Press.