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Review of A Child LostReading Nation Magazine
History and Mystery – The Perfect Blend – guest post on Nina Romano’s blog
Sunday Soujourn – guest post on Jennifer C. Wilson’s blog
How I Wrote an Extended Series” – Writers Digest
Taking the Mystery Out of Writing History” – Writer’s Digest
The Mystery of Love: Spotlight on Michelle Cox” – Publishers Weekly
The Ups and Downs of Upstairs, Downstairs!” – Willow and Thatch
5 Reasons to Watch Gosford Park” – Willow and Thatch
7 Great Books Set in Chicago” – ChooseChicago.com
Why I Write” – She Writes Press
The True Story Behind A Girl Like You” – She Writes Press
The Shortest Courtship in History”– Women’s World
Writing Logan’s History: Fictional Murder Mystery Novel Set in Logan Square” – Logan Squarist
Grayslake Author Finds Inspiration…” – Daily Herald
Local Author Brings 1930’s Chicago to Life” – Lake County Journal
A Peek into My Process” – Writing and Wellness
Best Fictional Female Investigators” – The Spark
I Didn’t Want to Write a Mystery” – Mystery Readers Journal
The Unexpected Twist, and Other Delights of Writing Mystery” – Women Writers, Women’s Books
Why You Should Choose a Hybrid – an Insider’s Guide” – Women Writers, Women’s Books
Mystery and Romance – A Match Made in Heaven” – Jungle Red Writers
Tawdry Tales of Chicago’s Burlesque” – Dirty Sexy History.com
1930’s Dating Tips for Women” – Daily Urbanista
Top 3 (plus 7 more) Little Known Facts About Me” – American Historical Novels/Goodreads
When Did You Know You Wanted to be a Writer?” – American Historical Novels/Goodreads
Historical Details and the Chicago Underworld” – American Historical Novels/Goodreads
Writing a Historical Heroine in the Shadow of MeToo” – American Historical Novels/Goodreads
Writing Historical Fiction” – From Sorrow to Joy with Gwendolyn Plano

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