Author Archives: rosemarymccracken

About rosemarymccracken

Rosemary McCracken is a Toronto-based journalist and fiction writer.

Judy shoots for A Hole in One

Judy Penz Sheluk returns to Moving Target today. This prolific Canadian author has just launched A Hole in One, her third mystery and the second novel in her Glass Dolphin mystery series. This fall, she’ll see the release of her … Continue reading

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Sleepless nights on the crime beat

Just as exploring the minds and motivations of dark characters may be disturbing for crime fiction writers, journalists covering cases of violent crime may find listening to court testimony unsettling. The 10 months he spent covering the Jennifer Pan murder … Continue reading

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SAFE HARBOR #4 at Imajin Books

SAFE HARBOR, the first mystery in the Pat Tierney series, ranked #4 on Imajin Books’ bestseller list in December 2017. And I came in as Imajin’s #4 bestselling author. Not too bad at all!

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2017: So much to be thankful for

Ed reading at Sleuth of Baker Street. 2017 is on its way out, and I have much to be thankful for throughout of it. First of all, for  my wonderful husband Ed Piwowarczyk. His patience (with me) never ceases to astound. … Continue reading

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A Joyous Christmas!

A peaceful, happy Christmas to all of you!

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Novel-writing workshop!

I’ll be giving a three-hour workshop on novel writing Saturday Nov. 18, 1-4 p.m., at Toronto’s Annette Street Library, 145 Annette Street. The workshop is free, but you’ll need to register by submitting the first page of your novel-in-progress. We’ll … Continue reading

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Scratching beneath the surface of 13 Claws

The Mesdames of Mayhem and their readers turned out at Sleuth of Baker Street yesterday to launch 13 Claws. And a fabulous time was had by all! Launch party planner Catherine Dunphy (shown above with Ed Piwowarczyk) had issued strict … Continue reading

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