Tag Archives | Willa Carson

Sea Fog

Boat Crashes Into Restaurant

“In like a lion, out like a lamb.” That’s the expression assigned to the month of March, and so far, it’s holding true in many parts of the U.S., including here in Florida. In my thriller Fatal Distraction, Jess Kimball remarks: “The day was cool but sunny and dry, the kind of weather Floridians loved […]

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Cold Justice Quote

Saturday Special: Cheers to Book Geeks!

Are you a book geek like myself? If so, take the pledge with me! It’s a good week for book geeks — the newest Willa Carson mystery was released Tuesday. To pick up your copy of Cold Justice, CLICK HERE. More good news for book geeks: The January Reader Appreciation Event is still going on. To enter the raffle […]

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Cold Justice

Cold Justice: When Winter Vacation Goes Awry

Judge Willa Carson is supposed to be having a relaxing vacation in Michigan with her husband. But we all know what happens to plans…. Hmm… sounds like Willa’s doing a little more working than relaxing, doesn’t it? You can find out what’s behind Willa’s thoughts RIGHT NOW because Cold Justice is available everywhere TODAY! To […]

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Champagne Glasses

The Case Against New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year, one and all!!!! Allow me to be the first to tell you in 2015: I am honored to call each of you my friend. Today I have for you 3 different approaches to New Year’s Resolutions, followed by a toast. Do you create New Year’s Resolutions? Some years I do. Some years […]

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Happy New Year

First Books Free! On Me! Happy New Year!

Sure, we’re ringing out the old year with Last Call celebrations everywhere. But we mystery fans are big planners, too. For those of us who are planning a Very Mysterious New Year in 2015, raise a glass and bring all your friends because the First One’s On Me!  2015 – The First One’s On Me! […]

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Die Hard

DIE HARD Trivia and Commentary from Diane Capri

This week we asked you to name your favorite ‘festive flick that thrills.’ In other words, your favorite thriller or mystery movie that’s set around the holidays. Die Hard was the winner by hard mile. Die Hard 2 was adapted from the 1987 novel 58 Minutes, by my friend, Walter Wager. Walter would have been so proud.  So I […]

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Jodie Bentley

Giving Willa A Voice – Jodie Bentley

As a federal judge, Willa Carson of my Hunt for Justice thrillers is never hesitant to make herself heard. That’s why it was so important that I find a strong voice to narrate the audio books Secret Justice and Wasted Justice, starring Willa Carson. When I heard Jodie Bentley’s audition tape, I knew she was the woman […]

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Nutella

If Hot Chocolate Were a Thriller Novel…

Like a good thriller, every cup of hot chocolate should have a twist. That’s not necessarily a fact. It probably is. But since we aren’t completely sure, let’s call it a hypothesis that must be tested. TASTE TESTED. By us, the bookworms of the world. It’s our duty! There has never been a better time […]

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Herend Porcelain Angel

Pinterest: Simple concept, big world.

Are you on Pinterest?  Pinterest is one of those concepts that you might think you’d hate — and then, wow!  If you haven’t checked out Pinterest, I will try to explain it, but I’m sure I won’t do it justice. Fortunately, Pinterest is much easier and more fun to use than it is to explain. […]

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Due Justice

Debuting my new theme song!

I’ve been working hard on something very different for you. This time, it’s not a book, or even a story of any kind — it’s a theme song! I wanted a song because I thought the women in my books deserved it. They all work relentlessly to win, jumping hurdles and dodging bad guys along […]

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