Dee Savoy's Blog (8)

It's Heeeeere!

I finally got my author copies, and I must admit the book looks good--if I do say so myself. But I walked into my local Barnes and Noble and was disappointed not to find it. So I'm calling on you folks. Do me a favor and let me know if you spot it.

By the way, we got our first review from… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on July 12, 2008 at 4:46am — 1 Comment

Will the real possible future president please stand up!

A small item appeared in the Daily News here in New York about presidential hopeful Barack Obama in which Dennis Haysbert, the actor who played President Palmer on 24, claimed credit for fomenting in the American mind the idea that a black man--the… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on January 19, 2008 at 5:16am — No Comments

What hump?

The hubby and I ventured into the city on this frigid, frigid night to see Young Frankenstein on Broadway. Frankly, I didn't think they'd be able to pull off turning the movie into a musical, but I was wrong. I absolutely loved this show! A particular surprise was Megan Mullally whose pipes nearly blew down the house. I'd heard her sing on Will and Grace, but… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on January 4, 2008 at 4:52am — No Comments

Character Assassination

Dumbledore is gay and I'm annoyed as hell.

I have to admit I haven't read one page of one Harry Potter book. I've bought 'em all and my kids love them. I've seen some of the movies and even bought the damn DVDs. One year we went to a Harry Potter party with my kids dressed as Hermoine and Harry--complete with capes wand and a pair of busted glasses. Even Mama went in costume though I'd be hard pressed to tell you exactly what I was.

I tell you this so you know I don't mind… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on October 23, 2007 at 6:31pm — 4 Comments

Try to do a good thing . . .

Don't know why it is, but I didn't notice until now that I have deigned to highlight the WRONG Elaine Viets title. The other one is a reprint that just happens to be coming out this month. Oy!

Anyhoo, here's the title I was supposed to be helping spread the word about: Murder with Reservations.

Now if someone could just tell me how to get a decent post with picture on this ning thing I'd be happy. Where's a good blogger widget when you need… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on May 3, 2007 at 5:26pm — 2 Comments


I keep seeing these commercials for the final season of the Sopranos and can't figure out why I am completely unmoved. You see, I didn't start watching until the third season. I got hooked when the hubby brought home the first season on tape. I will not shame myself by telling you how many times I've run through those five tapes or the ones for the following season. But when the th ird season rolled around, I began watching the episodes as they came out.

So now we're down to… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on April 26, 2007 at 6:32am — 5 Comments

Into Each Life . . .

Not only rain, but a whole lot of other crap falls as well. I've been sending well-wishes to fellow author Elaine Viets, who, by now, most of the modern world has learned, suffered a stroke. I understand she's doing much better, but her book tour for her May release is caput. Elaine's friends are asking folks to help spread the word for next month's launch. Can't say I never did anything for my fellow authors. ;) If you are like minded,…


Added by Dee Savoy on April 24, 2007 at 8:59am — No Comments

Why I better be remembered in the will

Hi all,

Forgive me for the lateness or rather untopicality, sort of, of this post. I had intended to post same almost since I set up this page and am just getting to it now.

For those of you familiar with my regular blog What I Know So Far, (not to worry, I'll be bringing that stuff over here, too) you know that the Barnes and Noble on 66th and Broadway in Manhattan is my new Mecca. This is precisely the knowledge used by my… Continue

Added by Dee Savoy on April 21, 2007 at 11:30pm — No Comments

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