This week’s word is writing–specifically, what I am writing these days. For a long time, my writing was centered on writing comments on students’ papers and on editing clients’ manuscripts. However, before I was a teacher and before I was an editor, I was a writer. I AM a writer. And now more than ever, […]
Have Yourself a Murder & Mayhem Christmas with Shonell Bacon’s Death at the Double Inkwell You know what makes for a merry Christmas? A little murder and mayhem! If you haven’t picked up your copy of the mystery Death at the Double Inkwell, I won’t hold it against you–for now. Like RIGHT now. You owe yourself the […]
Jovan and Cheyenne are the major chicas of Death at the Double Inkwell, but several men play integral roles to the telling of this story, and each man is his own man, too, with unique personalities that range from the misguided to the strong Alpha male. Cordell Anderson is the love of Jovan’s life. The […]
They say that behind every great man there is a great woman. I really think that saying is beside every great woman is a great sister who always comes with the straight, no chaser advice, warm hugs, and a ready-to-take-on-all-challengers stance when things get a little sticky. Every woman can recall at least that one […]
In podcast #4 of The DDIW Chronicles, I offer yet another tasty excerpt of my mystery novel, Death at the Double Inkwell. This podcast features the first couple pages of chapter two. If you haven’t bought the book yet, this excerpt will surely pique your interest! You can check out the podcast through my one-stop […]
In the third podcast of The DDIW Chronicles, I talk about my agent experience with Death at the Double Inkwell. You can check out the podcast [here]. Definitely consider ordering YOUR copy of DDIW through Amazon.com [link].
Not only is my mystery, DEATH AT THE DOUBLE INKWELL a featured title for June at Myst Noir [LINK] (mysteries written by African-Americans and/or featuring African-American sleuths), but also I sit down for an interview with Myst Noir founder, author Angela Henry to talk about DDIW and writing. Come check out the interview [HERE].