My partner, David, and I had a small group of friends over this morning. We all spent the first half of today watching the inauguration of Barack Obama as 44th President of the United States. We shared food and comment and -- at 9 a.m. Pacific Time -- uncorked a bottle of something bubbly and toasted and cheered and enjoyed each other and… Continue
OK, not really on the beer as I don't actually like the stuff. But I felt like it had been waaaaay too long since I posted anything here and I don't actually have anything to say. (Oddly enough, really, because I generally have something to say about everything.) But my mind has been filled up with the 1930s again lately. I've been working like mad on the second Kitty Pangborn novel: the one we now know will be called Death Was in the Picture and will be at a bookstore or library… Continue
What: Launch party for DEATH WAS THE OTHER WOMAN by Linda L. Richards as well as an exhibition of 1930s photographs by Karl Huber When: Thursday, January 24 at 7:00pm. Where: The Shop, 1866 Powell Street, Vancouver Canada (near the foot of Commercial Drive)
I had a great time at the launch, thanks so much for inviting me. I will be digging into your book this weekend. We should meet for a coffee one day when admiring masses aren't curled at your feet. Congratulations on the book.
Hey Vancouver girl. I had thought I should add you, so thanks. I live in Kits. Maybe we can grab a coffee sometime if you are near? I am going down to the Whidbey Island conference end of February, let me know if you are going as well.
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I just picked up "Death Was the Other Woman," look forward to reading it.
thanks for the invite. Stunning book cover too! All the best, Alison
I've seen so many of your posts. It's great to put a face with your name. You're in my TBR pile.
You're right about crimespace. So many new friends makes it hard to keep up with other stuff. Great to meet you. This is much more fun.
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