I wrote a piece about being an eclectic reader and why I just recently fell in love with dragons. The post is at Susan Says. I hope you’ll stop by and leave a comment so I know you were there.
My next novel, Like Father, Like Son, will be released in January. It will be my tenth book. I started writing the historical fiction story in September, 2013. The story explores the resolution of anger and isolation between father and his son. From the back cover: “What’s this about?” Paul grumbled as he examined the …Read More
By Darden North How does one make a blog post about writing murder mysteries, suspense novels, or medical thrillers sound interesting? Does one include photos of a cute puppy to draw the blog reader’s attention? But how does a blonde Chihuahua puppy relate to my current novel, Wiggle Room? Maybe it’s when that puppy wiggles …Read More
The book award sponsored by Northern Colorado Writers is still open if you have your submission ready. You can find all the details including guidelines at the Northern Colorado Writers website, Top of the Mountain Book Award page.
Not really. It’s too darned cold out there to touch the snow. I goofed off right through the weekend, so here I am with a rush post before heading for the grocery store to restock the pantry and fridge. As I may have mentioned, my knee replacement surgery has been rescheduled to April 6th, so …Read More
My post is called “Time to Update Your Bucket List for 2015.” Revisiting this location is very high on my bucket list. You’ll have to pop over to the RMFW blog to find out where it is. The maintenance of a flexible and dynamic bucket list is lots more fun for me than resolutions. How …Read More
I put out a call for guest bloggers among the members of the Rocky Mountain Mystery Writers of America chapter and the response has been excellent. We’ll have quite a few mystery and thriller authors making an appearance in January, February, and March. If you love the genre, keep your eye on my growing list …Read More
Finally! A good snow…and it started on Christmas Day. Now it’s just after lunch the day after Christmas and it’s still snowing. According to the weather record keepers, yesterday was the snowiest Christmas Day on record for my little corner of Northern Colorado. Maybe we’ll break another record today. It’s also pretty cold and promising …Read More
I think I should apply to be the publicist for Pentatonix! Here’s another amazing video for the holidays.
This is one of my favorite carols, and this version is lovely in so many ways. You can hear a little more of their music at the Pentatonix website. They can also be found on Facebook. I ordered my copies of “PTxmas” and “That’s Christmas to Me” at this online store, but you can find …Read More