Some Turn to Writing

Some Turn to Writing

  In this enforced alone time, some of us turn to writing. I highly recommend it. If you aren’t a writer, you can become one! You really need to keep an account of your daily activities because, guess what? This won’t last. There’s light at the end of the tunnel. Last spring, I’d never have […]

An Outstretched Hand

An Outstretched Hand

  Sometimes the world seems cold and harsh, but a caring person can put a warm glow on even the worst  situation. Because we are human, we don’t always make the wisest choices in life and those foolish choices can land us in a bad situation. From time to time, we are all in need […]

Listening to a Story

Listening to a Story

Sometimes, it’s nice to just listen to a story instead of reading it. I loved hearing a bedtime story when I was a child, and I still like to hear a good book. I’ll bet you do too. Did you know that my four Darcy and Flora cozy mysteries are available as audio books on […]

Gone with the North Wind

Gone with the North Wind

The warm weather is gone with the north wind. Sure enough, roof tops and lawns are white with snow. This isn’t the pretty, fluffy stuff of Christmas cards, but is more like sleet–cold and frozen and there’s just a thin covering. But, sure enough, winter is winter, so what can I expect? Changing the subject […]

Please, Come to Order!

Please, Come to Order!

Just in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a great site that lists all my books except the last one, Moonstruck and Murderous. It also tells a bit about me, your friendly neighborhood cozy mystery writer. You’ll enjoy this fun and informational site. Please visit: https://www.bookseriesinorder.com/blanche-day-manos/ January can be a slow month and if we aren’t careful, […]

A Warm Circle of Friends

A Warm Circle of Friends

Jane’s Christmas party yesterday brightened and warmed a cold December day. Jane’s house is always welcoming and yesterday, it was doubly so. Decorated trees filled every room, a fire blazed in the fireplace and atop the mantel, ornaments and ribbons. An aroma of food drifted in from the kitchen, but you know what was best […]

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