Posted Apr 6 2020
With COVID-19 lurking unseen around us, we’re living in a strange and distressing time. Now, more than ever, we must find coping mechanisms to help us deal with the pressures. Some turn to exercise. Some turn to their televisions. Others turn to books. Without the usual social interactions, I’m finding more time to read these […]Read More»
Posted Feb 11 2020
If you’re on Facebook, join me and my author friend Melissa Bourbon (a.k.a. Winnie Archer) at the Book Warriors Page. Our members chat about all things book related, and we offer great giveaways. We also host an online book club discussion each month. For February 2020, the book we are reading is Fleishman is in […]Read More»
Posted Jan 27 2020
It’s so much fun when book people gather to celebrate great stories! If you live in or near Pittsboro, North Carolina (near Raleigh-Durham), come on out to the Crime Scene Mystery Bookfest on Saturday, February 8th from 10:00 – 4:00. I’ll be at the Sisters in Crime booth from 10:00 – noon, and around for […]Read More»
Posted Nov 30 2019
Such a small world! Animal author Tim Link recently hosted me on his Animal Writes podcast. He was a great host and we had a fun conversation. Afterward, I looked up his books online, only to discover that I already had one of them, Talking with Dogs and Cats. My son bought this book for […]Read More»
Posted Oct 28 2019
Dear Readers, I’m excited to host author Leanna Sain on my blog. As you’ll note below, Leanna will donate her royalties from book sales to an organization that funds Alzheimer’s research. Please join me in welcoming Leanna! Diane ********** LEANNA’S POST ********** The idea had been knocking around in my head for a while: a […]Read More»
Posted Oct 24 2019
Being a novelist is an odd profession. There are few jobs that can be best done when hiding out from the world, but writing is one of them. Solitude and the elimination of distractions enables a writer’s mind to focus. In early October, I stayed for a week at a writers-in-residence program at the beautiful […]Read More»
Posted Sep 26 2019
Just released and only $4.49 for Kindle and Nook! With a .38 on her hip and 38DD’s on her chest, motorcycle cop Marnie Muckleroy is fully equipped and ready for action. Read BUSTED today! Amazon Kindle and Paperback: https://amzn.to/2mVUhjW Barnes & Noble Nook: https://bit.ly/2m1Nyox iBooks: https://apple.co/2kpqShhRead More»
Posted Sep 25 2019
Do you live in or near North Carolina? Come see me and several other authors at the local author book fair in Hillsborough! I’ll be doing a reading Friday night (7:00 – 9:30), and the fair will be from 10:00 – 4:00 on Saturday at the Orange County Public Library, 137 W. Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, […]Read More»
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Haha! Our terrier mix and shepherd mix are certainly selective, too. They hear "treat" without fail, but "down" or "no!" don't always register. Raggs is such a cute name!
Reggie certainly looks happy! My own dog, Raggs, has "selective" hearing--and he's not well trained. But. Our dogs are family and we do love them.
Thanks, Barbara! I wish I could write faster, too! My ideas are backing up in my head. : ) I wish my brain had a USB port where I could automatically download the stories from my mind to the page. I'm so glad you enjoyed the book! I'm hard at work on the second one, A Trip with Trouble.
I LOVED getaway with Murder. The second book can't be published soon enough. Can you write any faster? ;-)
Thanks so much, Gerrie! So glad you enjoyed the book, and your kind words put a big smile on my face. The second book in the series, A Trip with Trouble, will release next fall. I'm looking forward to it, too!