Added by Austin S. Camacho on July 31, 2007 at 11:33pm — No Comments
posted by Lorraine Bartlett
One of my hobbies is growing veggies. Thanks to Mr. Bunny, my home bean crop was chomped to the dirt before the plants could even begin to start climbing. Though I planted seven potato "seedlings," only two sprouted. However, my bean crop at the cottage is going strong...with one little problem. Or rather, 100+ of them.Continue
Added by Writers Plot on July 31, 2007 at 10:40pm — No Comments
How is it that some authors grab you by the sleeve and won't let you go, while others only provide a pleasant diversion that can be set down at any moment to do something more pressing?
I started my second Laura Lippman book this morning, and already I'm hooked. Barry Eisler does it as well. It could be in Lippman's case that she writes as I think, pulling up details that seem like they came from my own brain, but in Eisler's work I have no frame of reference, being neither Asian nor…Continue
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Here are the links to the first two events on my virtual book tour. Special thanks to Phil Harris and Joyce Tremel. Click on the link dated 7/30 …Continue
Added by Marta Stephens on July 31, 2007 at 3:18pm — No Comments
Today's a fairly significant birthday - I won't publicize which one, but it's a good one to take stock and do some journaling. I'm delighted that I've finally published a novel within the past year, and look forward to publishing my next, Eldercide, ASAP - not to mention completing another that I've just begun, with the working title Green Burial.
Right now, though, my office is too hot to work in, so I guess I'll give myself a break and go jump in the lake.…Continue
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I turned in book 3 in the bayou series to my editor. I can't wait to hear her thoughts. The first revision letter is always the scariest. Now, I look forward to hearing her ideas on what will make the story even better. I'm blessed to have an editor who knows what her line's readers like. My mentor once told me that my story isn't anything until someone interacts with it, and my editor is the first one and gives me that feedback. So, I'm anxiously awaiting to hear what she has to…Continue
Added by Robin Caroll on July 31, 2007 at 8:48am — No Comments
Have you been thinking about joining Sisters in Crime or just curious about what your dues provide? Here are a few of the high points of the past yearand some things to look forward to as well!
1. Review monitoring project--this is the backbone of the organization and it's aimed directly at the mission statement. Judy Clemens has been heading it up and you can read about it here: http://www.sistersincrime.org/monitor/.
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Posted by Sheila Connolly
I witnessed history in the making this weekend.
I mentioned in an earlier post that my town was flirting with entering into an agreement with the Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribe to support the tribe's opening a casino (or more elegantly, a five-star resort destination) on five hundred or so scrubby, boggy acres on the north side of town. On Saturday, Middleboro took the giant step forward of voting to authorize the five-person Board of Selectmen…Continue
Added by Writers Plot on July 31, 2007 at 1:45am — No Comments
My new thriller "The Pressure of Darkness" is hands down the most disturbing thing I’ve written to date; a novel that deals with bleak universal themes such as the cosmogonic…Continue
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Added by Donna Moore on July 31, 2007 at 12:01am — 10 Comments
As I read through the posts on several writer/reader forums I've joined, it strikes me that we're different. Now isn't that profound?
Different means that a book I like, for example, Craig Johnson's A Cold Dish, made a reader post that she'd given up on it because it took too long to tell the story, and a book I find corny and in fact irritating is someone else's "brilliant read." If you've read earlier posts you can guess which authors I don't care for in the mystery genre,…Continue
Added by Peg Herring on July 30, 2007 at 10:38pm — No Comments
Added by Christa Faust on July 30, 2007 at 5:33pm — 1 Comment
So, my 49th is coming up. And I was wondering what I needed to do to make the upcoming year mean something. Because...the year before you turn 50 should mean something, shouldn't it?
So a couple weeks ago I decided I would lose 50 pounds before I turned 50. It's something I need to do anyway. And I want to look decent for my son's wedding. So Jeff and I developed a lifestyle change. Two weeks in, and we've each lost around 10 pounds.
I don't know how it will go, but hopefully…Continue
Added by Cindy Daniel on July 30, 2007 at 12:41pm — 2 Comments
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There are audio clips of Whiteout author Greg Rucka, director Dominic Sena and star Kate Beckinsale from Comingsoon.net, we also have the first Whiteout film poster.
There is a new promo Joker site for the upcoming The Dark…Continue
Added by Jeremy Lynch on July 30, 2007 at 2:26am — No Comments
THE EAST BAY MYSTERY READERS GROUP
Tuesday July 3rd, 2007 - 7 p.m.…Continue
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