> by Susanna My great-grandmother Cleo lived in simple, wood-framed house on her family’s farm. During her lifetime the road running in front of her home wasn’t paved or even named. Her mail was directed to a rural route number. Behind her house was a large barn filled farm equipment, feral cats, and towers of … Continue reading >Things We’ve Handed Down.
>Today Liz Fichera is stopping by the Mojito Literary Society to answer some questions about her awesome book Captive Spirit. Liz’s vivid prose captures the culture and surroundings of the Hohokam, a tribe of Native Americans that lived in the desert around modern day Phoenix. Her book is a fabulous coming-of-age/ adventure / love story … Continue reading >Liz Fichera discusses CAPTIVE SPIRIT
>One of the founding members of The Mojito Literary Society is interviewed on Book Lovers Inc. Find the interview here and learn more about Rakes and Radishes, her FIVE-STAR reviewed historical romance and literary sensation. Continue reading >Susanna Ives Interview
>If anybody ever asks me to trace my development as a mystery writer, I’ll plant a big X on the spot marked by Barbara Parker. Her “Suspicion” series featuring Miami lawyers Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana showed me what crime fiction could be — intelligent, sharp, laced with tension. She grounded her plots securely in … Continue reading >In Memorium: Barbara Parker
>OK, I am not a billboard fan. There they are, large and ugly, trying to make you buy stuff you really don’t need. Occasionally, there are a few entertaining ones, and the odd one that distracts you from your driving as it reminds you not to text because that will distract you from your driving. … Continue reading >Her Face is a Map of the World