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    A Few Words With: The Prolific J.A. Jance

    It took a while for Judy "JA" Jance to be able to fully pursue her ambition to become a writer, but boy when she did she made the most of it. Since publishing "Until Proven Guilty" in 1985 she has become one of the most successful and prolific authors in the world. She produces four - yes, four! - different mystery series featuring a collection of very different but equally engaging characters: J.P. Beaumont, Joanna Brady, Ali Reynolds and the husband and wife team of Brandon Walker and Dianna Ladd. Her newest book "Field of Bones," is her 56th novel, and she already has one more in the can and another she is working on. Somehow she found time recently to share some insight with me about her work, the state of the publishing industry for women and how she handles rejection.

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    A Few Words With: The Prolific J.A. Jance

    It took a while for Judy "JA" Jance to be able to fully pursue her ambition to become a writer, but boy when she did she made the most of it. Since publishing "Until Proven Guilty" in 1985 she has become one of the most successful and prolific authors in the world. She produces four - yes, four! - different mystery series featuring a collection of very different but equally engaging characters: J.P. Beaumont, Joanna Brady, Ali Reynolds and the husband and wife team of Brandon Walker and Dianna Ladd. Her newest book "Field of Bones," is her 56th novel, and she already has one more in the can and another she is working on. Somehow she found time recently to share some insight with me about her work, the state of the publishing industry for women and how she handles rejection.

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    A Few Words With: Lisa de Nikolits

    Since breaking onto the scene with her first novel (The Hungry Mirror) in 2010, suspense author Lisa de Nikolits has turned out one compelling page turner after another, most dealing with the darker aspects of human behavior. Originally from South Africa, de Nikolits lived and worked in Australia, the UK and the United States before becoming a Canadian citizen in 2003, gaining experiences and sensibilities that have greatly influenced her work ever since. I sat down with her recently to talk about her new novel "Rotten Peaches," the use of humor in otherwise gritty stories and how she creates complex characters.

     

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