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  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
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What is the biggest challenge facing self published authors today

These days many authors are choosing to self publish because there are more avenues open to them to do so than ever before. But self-publishing is not without challenges and pitfalls. I'd like to…Continue

Started Jan 17, 2021

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I am a former newspaper reporter and the author of over 20 published books. I write paranormal mysteries, cozy mysteries, detective, and suspense.

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Detailed information about my books, including buy links available at: Carol A. Guy: books, biography, latest update


Spirit Lake, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Echoes of the Past, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Slay Bells Ring, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

House of Secrets, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Vows of Silence, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) 


Night of the Canid, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) AN ARE BESTSELLER

Shadows in the Night, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) AN ARE BESTSELLER

Night Watchers, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Dead of Night, Extasy Books (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)


Jolly  Dead St. Nicholas, Extasy Books (Mystery)  

Be Mine, Dead Valentine, Extasy Books  (Mystery)

Worth More Dead, Extasy Books (Mystery)

Dig Two Graves, Extasy Books (Mystery)

The Silent Victims, Extasy Books (Mystery)

Crescent Falls Bundle (Books 1-3 ), Extasy Books (Mystery) 


Walnut Lake, (Suspense)

Marked for Murder, Eden Harbor Series Book 1 (Private Detective)

Fatal Obsession, Eden Harbor Series Book 2 (Private Detective)

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One Way Out by Tim Smith

I’m pleased to announce the release of my newest romantic spy thriller, “One Way Out” (Nick Seven, Book 9). This is another breezy adventure set in the exotic Florida Keys, with interesting characters, vivid atmosphere, snappy dialogue, fast-paced action, and a sensuous romance between the two leads.


Lauren Scott is a wealthy widow with a lot of embarrassing secrets. Her late husband, a convicted stock swindler, died under mysterious circumstances, just as he was about to…


Posted on May 6, 2024 at 7:22am

What's Your Genre? by Tim Smith

One question I’ve been getting lately is “Why did you choose the genre you write?” For those who don’t know, my focus is contemporary mystery/thrillers and crime fiction, with some romance thrown in. I chose this genre because it’s what I like to read. I originally became a fan of pulp fiction mysteries from watching old film noirs on TV. I’d see something like “Double Indemnity,” “The Maltese Falcon” or “The Big Sleep,” then seek out the book at the library. If I liked it, I’d make my way…


Posted on April 5, 2024 at 7:39am

Zen and the Art of Flirting by Tim Smith

I love writing humorous flirting scenes in my romances. There’s something sensual and fun about two people engaging in verbal jousting when they feel that initial spark and decide to test the waters. Sometimes you can radiate more heat with a few lines of suggestive dialogue than with a paragraph of in-your-face eroticism. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.


Flirting is all part of creating sexual tension with your characters. It’s defined as “trying to attract…


Posted on March 1, 2024 at 10:30am

Where Have I Heard That Before? by Tim Smith

The nominations for the Academy Awards were recently announced, along with the requisite number of surprises. People have been quoting lines from movies for years, and many make their way into pop culture, as well as trivia nights in sports bars. As a change of pace, I thought it would be fun to test your knowledge about which movie these lines of dialogue came from. Some are obvious, others not so…


Posted on February 1, 2024 at 7:46am

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