SinC Puget Sound

May 2024: Member News

Kathleen J. Easley is pleased to announce that Families and Felons, book two in her Brenna Wickham Haunted Mystery series, is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats.

Alice K. Boatwright’s story “The Blackberry Pie Thief” was published by The Saturday Evening Post in March. The oldest magazine in the US, SEP has a beautiful online site for both contemporary and classic fiction, and it also continues to print six issues a year. Check out Alice’s story—and this good market for your stories. 

Judith Ayn, creator of the Cheater’s Lake (Washington) Mystery Series, announces the publication of the third entry in the series, Dead Merchandise (now available on Amazon, Kindle, through Book Locker publications and everywhere). Homicide Detective Mark Walsh works undercover on a task force with the FBI to find criminals behind sex trafficking rings in Seattle and San Diego. He is assisted by young girls who have been victimized and decide to pursue justice, no matter the cost. A young woman close to Mark and his lover, Olivia, pays a steep price when she reveals a plot by her new “stepfather” to drive “merchandise” from San Diego to Seattle. Her life will never be the same.