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There was no way the old guy with the silver handlebar mustache could solve a missing person’s case that had remained unsolved for over seven years. Right?
A Thousand Fibers and Garment of Destiny are showing off with a new look for the new year! Hope you find them as lovely as I do. Let me know what you think at email@example.com or share your comment here. Can’t wait to hear from you!
I’m very excited about attending my first writers’ conference – one of the best, from what I’ve read! This year, the DFW Writers Conference will be held online, Oct 23 & 24. I’m looking forward to learning and networking. Hope to see you there!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. I admit, I’m terrible at balancing my time between writing and doing all of the other things an author needs to do! Such as…keeping the website current, marketing, and effectively utilizing social media. One thing I am good at is reading! Seriously, I believe reading does help my writing.
So, here’s my excuse for not doing all of the business-related tasks associated with writing: I’ve been working on another book – The Archer’s Mark. I’m doing my best to write every day, which is great because I enjoy spending time with these characters. This story centers around a young anthropologist who is navigating the Coronavirus pandemic while also dealing with her husband’s sudden death, a recent move from London to a small town in the Texas Hill Country, and her natural inclination towards introversion. To make matters worse, she becomes the target of hateful attacks on social media, which escalates to the point of putting her in harm’s way.
As with all of my books, this story celebrates the power of the connections we humans make with each other, as well as with our four-legged friends. And of course, I can’t help myself – a Springsteen reference is included, just for fun!
I’m not sure when The Archer’s Mark will be published, but I’ll keep you posted!