August 5th through 8th, Lies of Men will be on sale for 0.99 at all retailers.
I'm thrilled to announce that book three, Lies of Men, is coming out on March 26, 2019. "Two strong, successful women are dead, their only connections are a divorce attorney and ex-husbands with an ugly past. Did speaking out get them killed?" Join Andrea as she digs into her latest adventure.
Anyone heading to Vancouver this year? If so, please stop and say hello. I'll be speaking on Saturday 3/30 at 9:00 am on a panel titled, Managing Your First Year as an Author. Always fun to surround yourself with other fans of the genre. I've only visited Vancouver once before, briefly back in my fashion [...]
Anyone going to Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention in St Petersburg, FL on Sept 6-9? If so, stop and say hello. I'll be speaking at the Debut Author Breakfast (Friday am) and the Beware of Watchdogs-Investigative Journalists and Fiction panel (Sat am) Would love to see you! Debut Author Breakfast - 9/7 - 8:00 am [...]
I had a lovely conversation with author Kari Bovee who writes a blog about Empowered Women, as well as her own historical fiction. Take a read! https://writingunblocked.io/author-interview-dana-killion/
If you're in the Tampa area, I'll be doing a book signing at the lovely Oxford Exchange on Sunday April 29th from 9-4. If you haven't been, it's a fabulous place, part restaurant, part store, part community and event space. Come for brunch, stay for books. If you decide to dine, get that reservation in, [...]
It's release day! The Last Lie is now available on Amazon as an ebook. Print book will be available in the next couple weeks. Waiting on the proofs. Many thanks to all of you who pre-ordered. It was a tight deadline, but we made it happen. Hope you enjoy it. Now off to plotting book [...]
Book two is scheduled for release in just two weeks. Yes, it's been serious butt-in-chair over the last couple months. Just sent the manuscript off for a copy edit! Here's a quick look at the cover. Pre-order now on Amazon. Andrea Kellner - Book 2
I was interviewed recently by the Editor Chick, also known as Nancy LaFever, on using setting as character. Does it get any better than Chicago for inspiration? Setting as Character Skilled fiction writers know the book’s setting is a crucial element, and if executed deftly, can become a key character in the story. But as [...]
Had a lovely interview with Grant from New in Books about how Lies in High Places came to be. Always fun to hear about the backstory of a writers journey. And as a bonus, I was front and center with a Nora Roberts release in their email newsletter. Going to take it as a good [...]