A Fresh Look–Interview with Suanne Schafer

SS: What did you want to grow up to be as a child, Ginny? Has that child’s desire appeared in your work? GF: I wanted to be a ballerina, a painter, a pianist, an architect, an astronaut, a UN translator, and always a writer. Art of all kinds makes its way into my stories. SS: Have you always been driven to write? Or did you begin writing in response to a particular stimulus? GF: I’ve been writing stories since a teacher showed me I could fold a piece of paper in half, draw a cover, and inside write a story…. Read More

You’re Invited to a Mystery Author Extravaganza

November 7, 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time Dress code: zoom casual It’s time for the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime’s annual Mystery Author Extravaganzas, in which members talk about their new crime/mystery books and short stories published in 2020! You won’t want to miss these events. They’re your chance to kick off your holiday shopping. On Saturday, November 7th, we’ll have 15 Chessie Chapter authors talking about their new books and stories: William Ade, Britt Alan, E.A. Aymar (E.A. Barres), Emmie Caldwell (Mary Ellen Hughes), Karen Cantwell, Ginny Fite, Barry Fulton, Debra H. Goldstein, Sherry Harris, Sasscer Hill, Tara… Read More

Join Us for A Bookish Conversation

This Thursday, Sept. 24. The suspense is killing me.

Reading & Signings for Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea

Four Seasons Books 116 W German St., Shepherdstown, WV Reading and signing Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea Saturday, Dec. 7, at 2 p.m. There will be wine and chocolate to celebrate the launch. Winchester Book Gallery 7 N Loudoun St., Winchester, VA Signing, Saturday, Dec. 14, 11 a.m.

NO END OF BAD book signing Sept. 15 at Four Seasons Books

Four Seasons Books hosts a book signing for No End of Bad, “a DC conspiracy novel of grand proportions,” at 2 p.m. on Sept. 15, 2018. 116 W. German St., Shepherdstown, WV. A taste: A light flickered in the distance. She watched it. It came closer, two lights now. The headlights of a car moving toward this house. Her breath came faster. Margaret felt her brain shift into a gear she didn’t know she had, some kind of primal, instinctive place where the word “go” inspired instant movement

Next Book Signing June 2

I’m so excited! I’ll be signing my new book, NO END OF BAD, on June 2 at Turn the Page Bookstore in Boonsboro, Maryland along with several other writers including Nora Roberts. Color me thrilled. For more on how to get tickets for this event, go to: Turn the Page Bookstore events

What’s a little murder between friends?

Had a great time on this interview with Fran Lewis on Blog Talk Radio, lying-cheating-and-a-little-murder

An Interview with BooksChatter!

This interview is too good not to share… What was the inspiration for Lying, Cheating, and Occasionally Murder? “A few summers ago, I was researching an idea that disease occurs first at the molecular level and if we could attack it there, we might find cures that don’t kill people. Truly, I have no idea why this thought occurred to me but, accustomed to following my curiosity down a rabbit hole, I looked up molecular medicine and realized a huge amount of investigation is being done in this area. But I also discovered that serious medical researchers sometimes massage their… Read More

A Feature on Quiet Fury Books!

Such a treat to be featured on Quiet Fury Books. Scroll to the interview. Darcia Helle asks wonderful questions. If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why? This is really a complicated question but these days, if I could wave a magic wand, I would erase hatred from everyone’s hearts all at once so that we could feel our inherent brotherhood with everyone else. Quiet Fury Books Interview with Ginny Fite

Another 5 Star Review for Lying, Cheating, & Occasionally Murder

Reviewed By Ankita Shukla for Readers’ Favorite What does one expect in a murder mystery? I, as a reader, look for an intriguing investigation, gripping suspense, occasional drama, deceptive characters, and a charismatic detective who has a life beyond the case that he is working on. Lying, Cheating, and Occasionally…Murder by Ginny Fite ticks all these boxes. The plot begins when Harold Munson is found dead in his car. It could have been closed as a drunken driving case if it weren’t for two bullets holes in the driver’s side window. Detective Sam Lagarde is given the case. He does… Read More