I first met Wyoming mystery author Barbara Graham back in 2007 when our debut novels were published by Five Star. Her mystery series features Theo Abernathy and her quilting group. Since Theo is married to the Sheriff of Park County, Tennessee, in the Smoky Mountains, you can imagine that means trouble for the sleuthing Theo. …Read More
Archives for November 2011
Tomorrow’s Guest Wyoming buddy and Five Star Mystery author Barbara Graham will be here tomorrow. The new release Murder by Music: The Wedding Quilt is book three in Barbara’s quilting mystery series. 52 Wonderful Twitter Chats for Writers If you’re as much of a Twitter fan as I am, and have learned or are learning …Read More
If you want to know how I’m doing so far with National Novel Writing Month, and what another Northern Colorado writer is using his NaNo challenge to accomplish, come on over to Chiseled in Rock. Hope to see you there.
I sure hadn’t, so when we spotted this fox in our yard earlier this year, I grabbed my camera and caught a photo before he got away. I’m not sure what he was hoping to find. Katie Kitten was safely inside the house, and that pathetic dried up apple didn’t look very appetizing. And that’s …Read More
My guest post, Crime Writers and Research: Learning About Touch DNA, has been posted at Joe Giacalone’s The Cold Case Squad blog. I use information about two well-known Colorado cases to show how crime writers have an enormous amount of information at their fingertips (or keyboards) for researching the technology that makes our stories accurate …Read More
Tomorrow…I don’t have a guest tomorrow, because I’ve submitted a guest post to Joe Giacalone’s blog, The Cold Case Squad, on what I learned about Touch DNA while researching the process for a new story. I’ll post the link here when it goes live. First NaNoWriMo Report Here it is, already Day Two of National …Read More
If you missed this interview I did with editor Chuck Sambuchino (Guide to Literary Agents) in March, you might enjoy stopping by Chiseled in Rock blog to check it out. I’ve added new links to the 2012 market guides, and mentioned the latest news about Chuck’s humor book, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack. …Read More