Lisa Jackson is now available on the Bookreporter website.
In my interview with Jackson I asked about New Orleans, the setting for DEVIOUS, her latest Rick Bentz/Reuben Montoya novel. I also asked Jackson about: how she researches to get details just right, how she gets into the minds of serial killers, her collaboration with her sister Nancy Bush in the Wicked series, and the best writing advice she's ever received.
Over on Bookreporter, you can also read my review of DEVIOUS, which is now available in paperback. Here's an excerpt of what I had to say in my Bookreporter review: "DEVIOUS . . . takes readers on a journey into the isolated world of a cloistered New Orleans convent filled with deadly secrets. Jackson measures out the right dose of mystery, suspense and romance to create a captivating story of jealousy, lust, murder, redemption and revenge."
Next week I'll post more about my amazing time at the Erma Bombeck Workshop on the campus of the University of Dayton, where Adriana Trigiani was a keynote speaker. And I'll share my thoughts on Trigiani's latest novel, THE SHOEMAKER'S WIFE.