Hey, Carole. Thanks for the invite and the kind words. Looks like we have a lot in common as far as old movies and hardboiled fiction go. My debut novel stole a lot from Double Indemnity, substituting a stockbroker for the insurance salesman. My 'hero' survives, however, as I want to keep writing about him.
How's your novel coming?
how nice! yes, they're great. Penny is the expectant Mom and Indiana Jones is the proud Papa to be. i'll put more photos up when I can. my husband is over hauling the computers and right now i don't have access to our photos. just the one i posted. i'd love to see that puppy when you get it. please post?
I came to your page to see your dogs. They're beautiful! Dogs are my next favorite thing after books! I have a llasa-apso/poodle mix and my sister is bringing a puppy from her litter of chihuahuas for my daughter. We can't wait!
Hi Carole, Thanks for the invite!
Forensic Artist? That means I draw dead people. If a body is found beyond recognition, I can do a sketch of that person that will hopefully lead to an identification. The majority of my work, however, is sketches from witness description, usually of bad guys who rob, rape or murder someone.
Hi Carole - whew, just back from the B'con steering committee meeting and head is reeling from all going on and to be done! You can make B'con happen in England! Five years ago our Alaska Sisters in Crime group decided we wanted B'con in Alaska and that it would be a once-in-an-Alaska-lifetime event for all involved. So we did it... mostly under the drive Dana Stabenow has to accomplish these things... and those involved in hosting Left Coast Crime 2001 here. They got the bid, and so now here it is! Five years of planning and working on this. My understanding is that any place can submit a bid for B'con, so go for it! What do you want to know? The graphics on here are so great - a bygone era. It's fun to escape.