The Wine Women and Writing radio show (sometimes called Mescal Men and Mystery, when necessary) is where Texas author Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks with other writers about stories with complex, authentic females at their cores as well as the issues women face in real life and how these translate into great reads. She does it with humor, irreverence, the occasional dive into oversharing, and–gasp–profanity and vast quantities of wine, coffee, or whatever gets us through another day.
Best-selling author Becki Speers Willis chats with Pamela Fagan Hutchins about her love for crafting stories with believable characters in believable situations, like she's done in A CASE OF MURDER BY MONTE CARLO. Many of her stories stem from her own travels and from personal experiences. (No worries; she's never actually murdered anyone).
When she's not plotting danger and adventure for her imaginary friends, Becki enjoys reading, antiquing--aka junking, unraveling a good mystery (real or imagined), dark chocolate, and a good cup of coffee. A professed history geek, Becki often weaves pieces of the past into her novels. Family is a central theme in her stories and in her life. She and her husband enjoy traveling, but believe coming home to their Texas ranch is the best part of any trip. For more information on Becki and her books, visit http://beckiwillis.com. For more information about Pamela, her books, or this show, visit http://pamelafaganhutchins.com.
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Pamela Fagan Hutchins is a wannabe barrel racer afraid of going fast, a lover of ribeye, a fangirl podcaster of author interviews, and author of the USA Today-bestselling and Silver Falchion Best Mystery-winning What Doesn’t Kill You series, including LIVE WIRE, SAVING GRACE, and many others.