In my newsletter a few weeks ago, I asked my lovely readers what they were thankful for. So many people replied with really touching, meaningful, and often personal reflections. Thank you to those who shared. I am honored you shared your thoughts with me. I compiled these reflections into some fun holiday word art. I couldn’t decide which one I liked best, so I’m sharing several of them here. Feel
Being a writer comes with the added bonus of getting to chat about your book with people like the fabulous Alexia Gordon on her podcast, The Cozy Corner. We sat down recently to talk about A Murder Yule Regret as part of her holiday series. Find it wherever you listen to podcasts, or on SOUNDCLOUD or on ANCHOR.
For America, it’s Thanksgiving week. Whether you’re here in the U.S., or somewhere else in the world, I want to take a moment to share with you my gratitude, and to reflect on the year gone by. I have so much to be thankful for. My family, friends, my sweet pups, the forest, and that we’re all healthy are givens. I have so much more for which I have gratitude, especially
I’ve always felt that the Murder in Devil’s Cove cover lacked something. Umph? Color? Sailor, the rescue dog? All three? That’s fixed now. I got together with my cover design artist (who is amazing!) and we reimagined the cover. Now it has beach houses, a cove, Sailor, and the bike Pippin rides around the island. I love it! Check out the praise for this book and series. I think the
Last week in my newsletter, I asked folks who their favorite female sleuth is. The responses came in for days! If you love a good female sleuth, check out the recommended list below. The Top Four Choices with the most mentions: Kinsey Millhone Miss Marple Jessica Fletcher Nancy Drew And the rest of the list: Aurora Teagarden Stephanie Plum Agatha Raisin Temperance Brennan Joanna Brady If you like Cat Mysteries,
I recently finished listening to Leah Remini’s Troublemaker. I loved the book! Leah narrates it, and does a phenomenal job. I want to be her friend in real life. She’s strong, committed, feisty, and downright hilarious. The book is primarily about her time (30 something years) as a Scientologist. Fas.Cin.A.Ting. Reading (listening to) it got me on a bit of a nonfiction kick. I am currently reading (listening to) The