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Juliet Kincaid

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A retired educator at the college level of thirty-five years, Juliet Kincaid has been hooked on fiction since grade school, especially novels. To date, she's read more than 3,000 novels, mostly mysteries, written sixteen or so, and published six (and counting). She has also written many short stories and published four collections.

Juliet has always preferred stories that supply adventure and escape to so-called literary fiction. She tries to write the same sort of stories and novels as the ones she likes to read, that is, those that contain humor, wit, action, and protagonists who win the day.


In addition to the cozy historical Calendar Mysteries that tell the story of Minty Wilcox and Daniel Price from newly met to newlywed in Kansas City, a place that could get deadly a hundred years or so ago, her published work includes the Cinderella, P. I. fairy tale mysteries for grown-ups that feature Cinderella as a detective twenty years, three kids, and a few extra pounds after the ball. (Happy endings guaranteed.) Her stories and novels are available as eBooks and trade paperbacks. In the near future she hopes to make all of her eBooks available through Draft2Digital.


Dr. J, as her students called her, also has written and published Novel Basics, a concise yet complete guide to writing a novel. Her dissertation focused on fiction in diary form.


Juliet lives with her daughter, Jessica Kincaid, the bead artist, in a house cluttered with books, mostly detective fiction, just a few miles from where Minty Wilcox and Daniel Price had their adventures in January Jinx. Their story continues in Fatal February, Mischief in March, Apart in April and Old Time Stories.