Reviews of Cozy Mysteries I’ve Read Recently

Hello Fellow Readers and Writers–

I read a LOT of books, but mostly cozy mysteries. (Maybe that’s why I like writing them, as well.) Anyway, I thought you’d like to see what I’m currently reading, and how I like those cozy mysteries. Ready?

The first book is Death By Chocolate Lab, by Bethany Blake (Kensington . . . → Read More: Reviews of Cozy Mysteries I’ve Read Recently

My Journey to Becoming a Writer

Hi Readers and Writers–

Some of you asked how I became a writer. Well, here goes . . . .

I’ve been a voracious reader since a very early age. My brother had a set of Hardy Boys Mysteries, and that’s where my love of mysteries started, I guess. By the time I was 12, . . . → Read More: My Journey to Becoming a Writer

Inspiration Comes from the Oddest Places

Hello Readers!

I’m always asked where do I get my ideas for the books I write, so I decided to let you in on my “secret.” Inspiration comes from odd places, overheard conversations, people-watching, the news, a book I read, or a movie I watch. It can really come from ANYTHING! Here’s an example:

About . . . → Read More: Inspiration Comes from the Oddest Places

New Releases

By now you probably know the latest books in the Two Old Biddies Mini-Mystery Series, Miner’s Mystery Soup and Gossip Knits a Killer are out and available for your Kindle or Kindle app.

I’m working on a Senior Delinquent Mini-Mystery at the moment, Dead, With a Dose of Karma. If you haven’t checked out that . . . → Read More: New Releases

Journaling Like Ben Franklin

Hello Fellow Readers and Writers–

Remember the Ben Franklin Planners that were popular in the 70s? I tried them, as well as numerous planners over the years, but I think I must have a touch of ADHD, because I could never stick with one for more than a week. Even the newly-popular bullet journal (or . . . → Read More: Journaling Like Ben Franklin