Mystery Book Tour Day 16 #MysteryNovember Counteract by Tracy Lawson

Re-posted from Rosie Amber

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Today’s guest on the mystery book tour is Tracy Lawson and her book Counteract.


Where is your home town?

I grew up in Cincinnati, then we moved around a bit after college, but spent most of our daughter’s growing up years in Columbus, Ohio. Currently I live with my husband and daughter in Dallas, Texas.

How long have you been writing?

Almost since I learned to read. My first book was historical nonfiction, and took me 20 years to research and complete—I didn’t work on it steadily, and I probably could’ve completed the research in five years if I’d had the internet when I started! The finished book, Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More, Explorations of Henry Rogers’ 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City, was published in 2012. Shortly after I secured a publishing contract for that book, I began to work on my current…

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About Ethel Lewis

Born in Dallas, Texas in 1948 "Texan born and Texan bred." Currently live in Galveston, Texas. I share my home with my four friends and companions---all of which have four legs and very furry bodies. Two cats, two dogs. What's that old expression? "Jack of all trades, master of none." That pretty well describes me. Earned a living grooming dogs and cats for thirty years, drove an eighteen-wheeler for nearly ten years. Raised two wonderful children, a son and a daughter--both now grown, have 5 grand-kids, and 2 great-grand-kids. Love 'em all. I recently retired, and am excited to finally find the time to do what I enjoy doing most - Writing the stories and telling the tales, born in my imagination...
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