Maris SouleMaris Soule has had 25 category romances published, 2 finaling for the RITA award, and 2 mysteries.
Maris SouleMaris Soule is an author of romance and romantic suspense novels and short stories. Her latest book, The Crows, is a mystery novel. Her books feature a variety of settings and situations, including the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Search and Rescue dogs, barrel racing, dressage, and a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy.
Eat Crow and DieComing soon.
Mystery and Romance Novelist
For P.J. Benson and her four-month-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, a relaxing afternoon walk in the woods turns into a harrowing experience that ends with the discovery of a man dying in her dining room. Soon she's a suspect and her life is in danger.
As the Crow Flies
When an elderly woman hands P.J. Benson a briefcase and begs for her help, it's just the beginning of a series of events that has P.J. wondering if she's jinxed.
Sounds Like Love
When Sam Blake walks into The Quarter Note, the bar that Megan McGuire and her father own, they are in desperate need of an entertainer. Sam's statement that "I've been told I'm a pretty good guitar player" is an understatement.
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Award winning author, Maris Soule, has had 25 category romances published, her first being FIRST IMPRESSIONS, the giveaway book that introduced the Harlequin Temptation line in 1983. Over the years, she has written romances for Harlequin Temptation, Silhouette Romance, Silhouette Yours Truly and Bantam Loveswept and mysteries for Five Star/Gale/Cengage Learning. She has taught classes in English and on "Writing for Publication" at the community colleges in Battle Creek, Kalamazoo and South Haven. She has belonged to RWA since 1984 and helped start the Mid-Michigan RWA chapter, in which she's served as president, vice-president, treasurer and retreat chair. She's also a member of Authors Guild, Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. She is listed in several Authors and Writers Who's Who, and has spoken at conferences, libraries and to various groups around the country.