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    Archive for May, 2008

    Ice Pop, Anyone?

    Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

    “I’m sorry, Officer. I wasn’t trying to speed. Not maliciously anyway. You see, I have one hundred and fifty-four homemade ice pops in my trunk and no cooler…”
    That was the speech I practiced in my head Friday morning as I drove a wee bit too fast down Interstate 70 in route to my kids’ school. […]

    The My-Puppy-Ate-My-Homework Blog

    Monday, May 19th, 2008

    What’s pink and furry and keeps going and going and going?
    It sounds pretty disgusting, whatever it is.
    So…Woman At Work. Don’t put that sandwich in my hardhat!
    A couple of “school” related questions for you since both of my series have to do with women who teach in some manner…
    1) What was your favorite subject in […]


    Friday, May 16th, 2008

    I’m out of words today. Tired. A little frazzled. Devoid of all pith.
    Let’s go elsewhere for inspiration, shall we? Maybe play a game of sorts? I’ll give you three quotes from things I’ve recently read. Then you do the same. OK?
    Humor me, people. It’s this or poetry, and we did poetry last time. Although […]

    You Are What You…Wear???

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2008

    I have a split personality.
    At least, clothes-wise I do.
    I have my writing duds, the everyday clothes I wear when I’m writing and my dressier author attire. I spend most of the year in jeans and t-shirts. If the weather’s cold, I throw on a sweatshirt or jean jacket. I don’t really have a […]

    Finding Balance

    Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

    After a weekend of croup, colds and Mother’s Day I got to thinking about balance – or rather the lack of it in my life. Sometimes I wish I could leap into one of my books and inhabit a fictitious world where (hopefully) the author has painted an ideal scene far removed from reality – […]

    It’s all in the wrist

    Monday, May 12th, 2008

    So madly typing my way towards my deadline for Dial Om For Murder…and the wrist is aching.
    I don’t know if this is psychosomatic or if my wrist is really starting to feel the strain, but I’m going to excuse myself from today’s blogging duties.
    I don’t want to hear any “C” words, but just in case, […]

    Have I No Shame?

    Friday, May 9th, 2008

    I think we already know the answer to that question.
    But. Even I should be embarrassed to admit that I went through most of the day believing it was Wednesday, clinging to the delusion that I didn’t need to write this blog entry until tomorrow, rejoicing that I had all kinds of time to keep doing […]

    Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge

    Thursday, May 8th, 2008

    Butcher, Baker, Candlestickmaker…
    No, wait. That’s not what this is about. This is not all the things I’ll consider becoming if’n a contract doesn’t cross my desk soon. I’m probably not giving credit where credit is due, so help me out if you’ve heard this from someone legit before, but I heard a […]

    Malice/Festival of Mystery Report

    Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

    Who: The usual suspects (i.e. mystery readers, writers, and various Good Girls)
    What: Malice and Festival of Mystery
    When: April 25 – 28, 2008
    Where: Washington D.C.; Annapolis, MD; Pennsylvania turnpike; Oakmont, PA.
    Why: If there is a mystery event, a Good Girl will probably come.
    Summary: After “stopping” quite a […]

    Random Stuff

    Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

    I remember, as a kid, hearing people use the expression “to a fault” when describing someone as “honest” or “hardworking” or even “nice.” It was an add-on I never really understood. How could honesty or niceness be a liability?
    And then I grew up.
    Now, if I had to pick just one word to describe myself, […]