What's Happening in My Writer's Life

I'm not exactly writing at the moment. One reason is because I've been sick since before Thanksgiving. No, nothing serious, just this icky cold that has been going around and hanging on and on and on.

Instead of creating, which I'm aching to do, I've been continuing to promote Kindred Spirits, the latest in my Deputy Tempe Crabtree series. It's been encouraging because I continue to get excellent reviews for the book. I have to book events coming up, this Saturday I'll be in a back room of a delightful antique store called Jenuine Junque in my little town. It's a big day for Springville with arts and crafts being sold all over town, as well as a home tour. Besides having my books for sale, I'll be serving hot cider and cookies.

The following week, I'll be in the Porterville Art Gallery on Friday and Saturday from 10 to 5 both days along with the artists and craftsmen serving their wards.

I will have a new Rocky Bluff P.D. crime novel, No Sanctuary, coming out at the end of January and I'm beginning to think about the launch for it. Actually, I've done more than think, I pretty much know what I'm planning to do. Just have to get a few things finalized.

Been doing a lot of reading too as you can see by the reviews I've posted. I'm about halfway through Wm. Kent Krueger's latest, Red Knife, and loving it.

Eventually I'll get down to business and start the next book--but I need to do a bit of Christmas decorating, have some more gifts to buy and wrap.

For everyone who reads this my wish is for you to stay healthy during this holiday season and enjoy your friends and family.



Delighted to see someone else who writes at four a.m. in the morning. Loved your antique story. And do find that I want to spell "antique" as "antigua!" I will be happy when writing my Antigua mystery is literally history!



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