I am considered a multi-genre author. I'm a native of North Carolina and set all of my novels somewhere around the state in order to showcase different places. I've written five published mysteries, Genesis Beach, Just North of Luck, Hell Swamp, Sin Creek and Sticking Point.
I think my historical fiction differs from others because this man was an ancestor of mine. He actually lived and is down in the trunk of my family tree! How awesome is that?
Being multi-genre has become quite exciting for me. Easily bored, it's nice to move from mystery to women's fiction to historical fiction. I hope in the future to write another women's fiction because I had a blast writing Slightly Cracked. I love the idea of not being limited to one genre. It's very liberating to write in several genres.
I write in the mornings. I have a wonderful sun room where I can see the pond and wildlife while I write. I find that I'm much sharper in the mornings and much more creative. Lots of coffee and quiet keeps me going all morning long. What upsets my writing? Noisy TV, phone calls, and unexpected visitors. I'm a nice person but these things break my concentration. I think I have adult ADD and I'm not kiddin'.
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Aaron Paul Lazar writes to soothe his soul. An award-winning, bestselling Kindle author of three addictive mystery series, writing books, and a new love story, Aaron enjoys the Genesee Valley countryside in upstate New York, where his characters embrace life, play with their dogs and grandkids, grow sumptuous gardens, and chase bad guys. Visit his website at http://www.lazarbooks.com and watch for his upcoming releases, DEVIL’S LAKE(2014), and THE LIAR’S GALLERY (2014).
The Blue Virgin: A Nora Tierney Mystery (Oxford)
First Place Winner: Mystery and Mayhem Award for British Cozy, Chanticleer Book Media
The Green Remains: Book 2 (Lake District)
The Scarlet Wench: Book 3 (Lake District)