Some more stuff…

Jess Lourey and I had so much fun on our Double-Booked Blog Tour for our 2018 launches, I thought you might like to pop in and see what we talked about:

August 3: “Better as a Duet” on Career Authors
August 23: “Two Middle-aged Introverts Write a Sex Scene” on Criminal Minds
August 26: “Write What You Fear” on Writer Unboxed
August 27: “The Five Stages of Author Grief” on BOLO Books
August 29: “Tools and Tricks that Changed the Game” on Femmes Fatales
August 31: “Write a Great Scene” on Fiction University
September 2: “Author Interview” here, on my own blog!
September 4: “The Unexpected Places Authors Get Their Ideas” on Wicked Cozy Authors
September 8: “A Day in the Life of Our Characters” on Dru’s Book Musings
September 11: “Your Theme Is Your Brand” on Write Now! Coach
September 13: “Most Embarrassing Author Moment” on Jungle Red Writers
September 15: “Create an Author Persona” on The Creative Penn

So fun to be back with Johnny Tan on My Mama’s Kitchen, talking about Dark Signal

Alexandra Amor interviews me on Mystery Podcast via Skype.

Funk Soul Cafe Blog Talk Radio

Stacy Verdick Case and I chat it up on It’s A Mystery To Me

RMFW 2014 Writer of the Year

I’m unbelievably honored and feeling gooder than goose grease to be chosen Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers 2014 Writer of the Year. I can’t thank RMFW enough for teaching me, holding my hand, and being the best writing family in the world.

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Speechifying as Writer of the Year

 

Praise for Tainted Mountain:

Baker’s series debut brings Native American culture and big business together into a clash that can be heard across the mountains. Fans of J.A. Jance’s Joanna Brady will see  similarities in Nora Abbott.   –Library Journal

Praise for Broken Trust:

This is an intriguing plot with characters you will love and hate at the same time. For the history buffs out there, this is a wonderful story of Hopi myths, and for the mystery gurus, there is a little corporate greed and murder to go along.    Suspense Magazine

            Baker deftly escalates the stakes of her initially straightforward story which takes a much more serious turn before arriving at its unexpected conclusion. — Publishers Weekly

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Interview Murders, Mystery and Mayhem with Stephen Campbell

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tainted Mountain is named a finalist in the 2013 New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards.

I’d love to talk with your book club.  I would really , truly, especially love to hear from you. At all. For any reason.