Most of you know I grew up on a farm in Illinois. It was like this: I wandered down the dirt road, staying on the smooth ridge between two hard ruts that melted into black mud after a good rain. On this sun-baked summer day in 1953, I dragged my bare feet to raise puffs …Read More
Archives for October 2011
This question is for mystery writers, so I sincerely apologize if the title of this post misled you in any way. On the other hand, even if you’re not a mystery writer but like to read the genre, you might be interested in this topic. Here’s the thing. I’ve been wondering how other mystery/suspense/thriller writers …Read More
According to her website, Michelle Black was “born in Kansas and studied anthropology in college, then went on to law school where she graduated with honors. In 1993, she moved to Colorado and began to focus on her fiction writing.” “In 2008, she spent several weeks in India and was privileged to study with her …Read More
Thursday Guest Author Michelle Black, author of a new mystery from Five Star, Seance in Sepia, will be my guest blogger tomorrow. Michelle’s excellent post is about the unexpected side trips that happen while researching for historical novels. I’m looking for Guest Bloggers for the first half of 2012 If you have a book coming …Read More
If you’ve never seen me before I’ve had my first cup of coffee in the morning, pop over to Chiseled in Rock blog. I can be very scary in the morning.
Northern Colorado Writers member Amanda Adams has written a book about her family’s experiences during her pregnancy and delivery of a child with congenital heart disease and all that has happened since. “Five months pregnant, Amanda Adams was told her baby was missing half his heart and given two abysmal choices regarding her pregnancy: force …Read More