Kathryn Lilley's Blog – October 2007 Archive (4)

An ill wind, and then...

From the moment we heard the Santa Anas would blow at hurricane-force levels, we knew what was coming.


And still, the onset of the first fast-moving, rampaging firestorm came as a shock to the community, because it hit the sector of our society that is usually the most…
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Added by Kathryn Lilley on October 27, 2007 at 11:58pm — No Comments

Cozy mysteries and Sex! Violence! Chicks Gone Wild!

I have a confession to make.



When I started writing DYING TO BE THIN, the first installment in the Fat City Mystery series, I was not fully aware that the mystery sub-genre known as “cozies” had to follow certain restrictive guidelines. With some glaring exceptions, most cozies are written according to the following rules:




• They have “kinder, gentler” story lines.

• There is…
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Added by Kathryn Lilley on October 23, 2007 at 4:34pm — 6 Comments

On the road for DYING TO BE THIN: week two

This past week has been incredible.



My week-that-shall-live-in-fond-memory started last Friday, when I attended the book launch party for DYING TO BE THIN. And what a party! The hostess, Mary Farrell, pulled out all the stops to make the party a night to remember. She brought in an awesome caterer, Jen Sweet (gotta love that last name), who produced Whoopie Pies wrapped in ribbons…

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Added by Kathryn Lilley on October 13, 2007 at 7:45pm — No Comments

Interview on AdviceRadio.com

On Wednesday, I visited AdviceRadio.com with host Megan Willingham. Megan is a truly wonderful interviewer. She has a warm, intime interviewing style, and asked many thought-provoking questions. I really enjoyed the hour. You can listen to the podcast this week (they keep them posted for one week) at: http://www.adrenalineradio.com/podcast/

(Click Writers).

Also, I'm blogging today at Killer Hobbies. Stop by for a…

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Added by Kathryn Lilley on October 6, 2007 at 12:57am — No Comments

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