I had a terrific time chatting with author Mary Ann Poll on her podcast! We talked about my true-life ghostly encounter, our pets, our books, and more books. You can enjoy the podcast here: Ghost Chatter with Mary Ann Poll.
Two quick announcements and updates from writer Jeanne Grunert: Both of The Majek Family Mysteries - I Believe You and I See You - will be offered FREE as Kindle downloads, no strings attached, Thursday, March 19 through Saturday, March 21, 2020. I wanted to give my readers and fans something to take their minds… Continue reading Two Updates from Writer Jeanne Grunert
Novelists draw from many sources for their inspiration. I draw from my childhood growing up on Long Island, New York. The Dalinger Estate, White Oak Hall, features prominently throughout I SEE YOU my new novel. I draw from three estates on Long Island to create the unique setting for much of the mystery in I… Continue reading The Inspiration Behind I SEE YOU
Announcing the publication of a new story - "It Was Mine." It Was Mine asks the question, "What would you do if you could change your past?" Should you? In the basement of my childhood home was a furnace. It was an oil-burning monstrosity from the late 1930s or early 1940s that had never been… Continue reading NEW BOOK! It Was Mine
Are you ready for my great novel experiment? Many, many years ago, I wrote a horror novel which I really liked. I never tried to get it published. I was focused at the time on fantasy and science fiction writing. My type of horror writing as you know from my collection of short stories, "An… Continue reading The Great Novel Experiment: Night Song
My first book signing and reading event on October 28th was a success - thanks to YOU! A huge thank-you to all of the people who came to the event, and to those on social media who so generously shared the information with their friends and family about it. We had coverage in all the… Continue reading Pictures from the Book Signing
My latest work is now available in both print and e-book! The Last Run of the 6:01 features Gertrude Archer, an elderly sculptor with an obsession with trains. Why she has that obsession is something you'll have to find out for yourself in this fast-paced page turner. Readers are already sending me comments and photos...and… Continue reading New Novella Released