Check out some of the websites, blogs, and articles I’ve found useful or of interest … for more information about some of these sites, click here.
The Poisoned Martini+
Cozy Mystery List Blog
Jungle Red Writers
Murder is Everywhere
Mysteries in Paradise
Mystery Lovers’ Kitchen
Mystery Writing is Murder
Pen, Ink, and Crimes
The Rap Sheet
The Lady Killers
Type M for Murder
Mystery Genre Links
Agatha Christie – the official site
BookRiot – Mystery/Thriller section
Crimespace – a place for readers and writers of crime fiction
The Life Sentence
Mystery Readers International
Stop, You’re Killing Me!
The Short Mystery Fiction Society
The Thrilling Detective
Daily Writing Tips
Gotham Writers’ Workshop
Your Writer Platform
Central New York Blogs & Websites
Bloggers are everywhere, including CNY. Here’s a few local sites of interest:
Central New York Romance Writers – the “voice of romance” in Central New York, RWA Chapter #94.
Eat First – a diary blog about food and drink from a CNY perspective.
Green Room Reviews – a blog covering the local theatre scene.
Humans of Syracuse – a Facebook photo blog featuring faces of the community.
In Their Own Words – Stories from Syracuse’s Past by the Onondaga Historical Association.
Jamesville Community Museum – website for the historical museum in the hamlet of Jamesville, NY.
Manlius Historical Society – official website for the historical society of Manlius, NY.
Syracuse Rose Society – official Facebook page for the nonprofit organization founded in 1911.
Syracuse.com CNY Books & Authors Columns – posts by Nicki Gorny about local lit. (Sept. 2014 – Sept. 2015)
Syracuse.com CNY Books & Authors Columns – posts by Casey Rose Frank about local lit. (Oct. 2015 – )
Scroll down for more Local Links.
Looking for a drink recipe not featured on The Poisoned Martini? Try this site:
What To Drink – for mixed drink recipes and festive cocktails for all occasions.
Looking for something fun, different, or unexpected to read? Try this site:
Inkitt – a site for writers and readers. Preview upcoming (and some established) talented authors by reading free stories.