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Hometown:
New Orleans, but I live in New Mexico
About Me:
As S.H. Baker, I write the Dassas Cormier Mystery Series, based in SW Louisiana in the 20s. I love writing; it helps me work out my daily engineering anxieties. I also write romance as Sarah Storme -- got to stay well-rounded.
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Reader, Writer
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http://www.sarahstorme.com
Books And Authors I Like:
I love books! My favorite authors are James Lee Burke, Ellis Peters, Dick Francis, Dame Agatha, Eliot Pattison, Sandra Brown, Nevada Barr, Mark Twain, David L. Robbins (one of my new favorites after reading "Last Citadel" -- wow! What a writer!), and so many more.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Forever Knight, all the BBC shows (As Time Goes By, Ballykissangel, etc.), Mystery on PBS (especially Foyle's War and Cadfael), Sound of Music, Aliens, My Fair Lady, Law & Order (the original), The Andy Griffith Show, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Gladiator, and too many to list.

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At 9:36am on May 11, 2009, Sarah Baker said…
My first mystery is online for free right now: http://tinyurl.com/onykn5
This is in honor of the impending release of #4, "The Not-So-High Seas." I hope you enjoy!
At 8:41am on October 25, 2007, Jess said…
Be sure to let me know if you ever come through these parts. With my husband's job, we're everywhere. Live in Lake Charles but we'll be working in Beaumont after the first of the year. B&N in Bmt. used to arrange a pretty good signing. I'll be happy to spread the word to area writer's groups. Just holler. :)
At 1:04pm on April 15, 2007, Sylvia Dickey Smith said…
I'd love to! Wouldn't that be fun -- covering different generations in the same area! Sounds like we could really play that up big!

BTW -- I love Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Spent a weekend at Abique Ranch at a querandidisa (sp?) workshop once, and stopped off at the 10,000 Waves on a snowy day! Great photos!
At 10:46am on April 15, 2007, Sylvia Dickey Smith said…
Sarah, No, not Alaska or Colorado or Mississsippi, but Johnson's Bayou (or at least the Sabine Lighthouse is in my book two of the series which comes out this fall!! Cool coincidences, huh?
At 3:11am on April 15, 2007, Sylvia Dickey Smith said…
AND, I've got to check out the Dassas Cormier mysteries. Sounds like my neck of the woods. BTW -- what part of NM do you live in? I lived in Albuquerque for three months in the 70s, and in El Paso, Tx, next door to NM, for 18 years before moving to central Texas.
At 3:09am on April 15, 2007, Sylvia Dickey Smith said…
Vinton--Orange's backdoor, or is it front? Thrilled to connect, Sarah! Glad I tapped into your friendly face and sent the invite. So many great folks on CS. I need to spend more time on it, getting acquainted. Guess I'll have to stop sleeping!
S
At 2:00am on April 15, 2007, Sarah Baker said…
Karen, I understand. I've seen the entire series of As Time Goes By at least 3 times, maybe more. I'm anxious for them to rebroadcast Foyle's War on Mystery -- I missed a few. What a fantastic series! And I'm working on something now set in the 40s. Hmm. I wonder if it would do any good to write PBS. ~~Sarah
At 1:32am on April 15, 2007, Karen Syed said…
Hi Sarah, Long live the BBC and Acorn!

I am currently obsessed with Midsomer Mysteries...I can't seem to get enough!

And I am sad to say that I am on my last DVD of As Time Goes By. What on earth will watch now????
At 12:23pm on April 14, 2007, Lesa Holstine said…
I'm glad to meet the author of the Dassas Cormier mysteries. I liked Dassas, and reviewed The Colonel's Tale on my book blog in Sept. Welcome!
 
 
 

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