Channeling Poe

Dragging the Past Into the Present, Kicking and Screaming – Widely considered the father of mysteries in English literature, Edgar Allan Poe died destitute at a relatively young age—his work hardly recognized for what it is today. If you haven’t already partaken, you may sample one of Poe’s renowned mystery stories here:  The Murders in […]

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Breakin’ for a Few FAQs

Blog Hop, You Say? –   At the risk  of severely dating myself here, the last time I did a “hop” it was a sock hop. Anyway… A new author friend of mine, James L’Etoile, graciously invited me to answer a few questions commonly asked of authors in the form of a blog hop. Who […]

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