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AND, just released, ROAD TRIP, BEAUFORT FALLS long awaited sequel!
Once upon a time in Beaufort Falls, a sleepy little town tucked away in a part of Alabama where most folks forget to look, a man killed his wife. His dead wife’s tormented spirit returned to avenge her murder and to try to protect her children. The woman’s ex-lover, a cross-dressing, head-lopping serial killer, befriends the heads of his victims, while one of her lonely and abused children finds a secret world and a new life while committed to a children's psychiatric hospital. Pandemonium ensues, but eventually resolution comes, justice has been more or less achieved, spirits are laid to rest, and all the excitement dies down. Beaufort Falls became a sleepy little town once again.
Fans of BEAUFORT FALLS will enjoy seeing familiar faces as fate brings them together again to embark on the ROAD TRIP of a lifetime. Those who have not read BEAUFORT FALLS will still enjoy this standalone adventure as our cast crosses America, never suspecting that god-like beings with agendas of their own accompany them on a journey that will decide the fate of all life on Earth.
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2. Make him take care of wondercat.
We got together later with the travel agent who pulled together the trip and pitched the idea of a mystery cruise. I came up with the title: Murder On the High Seas: A Cruise To Die For.
I heard today that the travel agent can pull it together by next fall. 7 days sailing the Mexican Riviera, leaving from Los Angeles, Carnival Splendour seems the probable choice, rates are approx. $350 inside cabin, $550 balcony.
You can see what we're talking about at
I'm suppose to get together with my cohorts in crime and come up with panels and programs so we know how many meeting rooms to reserve. Any ideas?
Is this too soon for anyone to plan? There wouldn't be any extra fees for the conference but we're going to try to negotiate with the ship to sell books. And there wouldn't be any silly rule about who's an author. In fact, I'd love to see small press publishers show up and show their wares!
I'm on a deadline with my book (gotta finish it this weekend) ... and getting ready for Bouchercon. But we'll connect up soon!
Thanks again for the friendship, support ... and being you! :)
I am so looking forward to seeing you, and I'd love to have lunch with you, except for the fact that after Mysteries to Die For I'm scheduled for another signing in LA at The Mystery Book Store. :(
I'm bummed. But at least we'll get to hang out!! :) I'll bring you something extra special, too. :)
Take care, and I'm so glad we get to do a happy dance! :)
that's good to know, we don't know many other couples that do it like this, we run a b and b and share childcare so I get time to write and he gets to work on his band.
At least when you spend this much time together you know you won't be one of those couples that only realise they don't like each other when they retire! Good luck with everything you're working on, Alison x
Thanks for the feedback, we had great fun making this and hope we'll find the budget to do another sometime, Alison x
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