JL Crosswhite, Romantic Suspense Author I have an active imagination! A large part of the genesis for my stories began with a "What if...?" And when I'm writing suspense, I'm able to take all those scary thoughts and possibilities and turn them into a story. Add in a little romance, and things get really exciting! My favorite thing is discovering how much there is to love about America the Beautiful and the great outdoors. I’m an Amazon bestselling author of romantic suspense and historical fiction, a mom to two navigating the ... Read More about About Me
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Excerpts from Beneath a Star-Lit Sky
The fun has begun! Excerpts from Beneath a Star-Lit Sky are posted each day this week at a different blog. You can follow along with all the links listed below. And you can pre-order Beneath a ... Read More about Excerpts from Beneath a Star-Lit Sky
What does writing a book have in common with…
Compost? I’m working on writing a new book series. The first book releases this month. The series is called Holcomb Springs Small Town Romantic Suspense, and the first book is Beneath a ... Read More about What does writing a book have in common with…
Podcast: What about Christian fiction?
Listen to Jennifer and Chautona talk about her latest Christian fiction romantic suspense release Over Her Head on Because Fiction! And all things writing, fiction, and romantic ... Read More about Podcast: What about Christian fiction?
Podcast: Why romantic suspense is the best genre
On The Romantic Side of Suspense podcast, listen to Jennifer and Sarah talk about why romantic suspense is the best genre, where story ideas come from, and hear an excerpt of Off the Map read at the ... Read More about Podcast: Why romantic suspense is the best genre
Surviving an injury as a Christian Romantic Suspense author
As a Christian romantic suspense author, I often don't have to go far to get inspiration. One night last week, Rajah the Wonder Cat thought she was saving all of us from a little plastic disk in my ... Read More about Surviving an injury as a Christian Romantic Suspense author
Cooking over a campfire and other fun recipes from my books
I had a critique partner ask me one time if I was hungry when I was writing a scene because I included specifics on what the characters ate. I wasn't (I don't think), but I like to be specific about ... Read More about Cooking over a campfire and other fun recipes from my books