Tomorrow’s Guest June Shaw will be here to talk about humorous mysteries and to promote her new mystery release, Deadly Reunion. I hope you’ll join us. September 2011 Blog Book Tours Class Dani Greer is giving this great online class again, and this time it’s free. Here’s what she says: “It looks like the drill …Read More
Archives for August 2011
I have a mini-post at Chiseled in Rock today. This one features photos of Katie Kitten who loves bookcases a lot more than she likes books.
Well, technically it will be a revising day. Dear hubby is off to Estes Park to play bridge today, so he’ll be gone about eight hours. And since he’ll have the car, I can’t sneak off to run umpteen dozen errands or procrastinate in other out-of-the- house ways. The only chore I have to do …Read More
Back in May of 2009 I wrote this post called Ten Things I Love. I’ve reprinted the basics here with an update. I still love all ten, but some for different reasons. 1. Wednesdays. I love Wednesdays. I think it’s because I associate that day with pleasant things. For instance, I schedule my monthly massage …Read More
Since I’m on a mystery reading kick these days, I especially enjoy introducing our Colorado mystery authors and their new releases. Laura is one of those Coloradoans, and she’s currently making the rounds on her virtual book tour for Die Buying. You can find her schedule for her blog appearances on her website. Don’t miss …Read More
Tomorrow’s Guest Laura DiSilverio is on her virtual book tour for the first mystery in the Mall Cop series, Die Buying. She will be my guest tomorrow, so I hope you’ll join us and see what Laura has to say about a writer’s purpose in life. The Cosy Knave Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen’s novel The Cosy …Read More
I’m over at Chiseled in Rock today, bringing everyone up-to-date on a few of the new and upcoming releases from members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. We have a couple of mysteries, one fantasy, and one romance–something for almost everyone. Hope to see you there.
On Saturday, I attended the book signing and mead tasting for Cricket McRae‘s newest Home Crafting mystery, Wined and Died. I would have attended the signing anyway, but a mead tasting was definitely an added incentive to head to Old Town Fort Collins on a 90+ degree day. I parked a few blocks away from …Read More