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#Guestauthor. N. A. Granger(@rhebrewster) and her books. A heroine who knows where she is and what she's talking about.

Hi all:

As you know on Fridays it’s guest author day. Recently I’ve been trying to catch up with some authors whose blogs I’ve been following for a while, but for some reason I haven’t featured yet. 1,568 more words

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Obscura Day? What's that You Say?


What is Obscura Day?

It’s more than 150 events in 39 states and 25 countries, all on a single day, and all designed to celebrate the world’s most curious and awe-inspiring places. 132 more words

Morristown Events And Activities

Forensics Classes For My Sleuth

My mystery novel writing motto is: Whatever my sleuth needs, that’s what I need. And my sleuth needs to know more about Forensic Science. I mean, how can we solve this mystery together if we can’t… 173 more words

Mystery Writing

Calling all sleuths! Join me May 11-15 @ClueTFF for the 2015 #TwitterFiction Festival!

When a college reunion ends in murder, everybody is a suspect. Who did it? Where? With what weapon?

It’s a modern-day twist on the classic Parker Brothers board game “Clue,” where the usual suspects are glued to their smartphones and social media accounts during a tense dinner party in Presidio Heights. 243 more words



It is just right that the wall has no tongue
For it has heard all the conversations;
The huge oodle of gossips and curses;
The peals of laughter and the piercing words; 118 more words


2 Steps for Creating the Sleuth: Back Story and Character Sketch

I came up with some attributes of my new sleuth, Drake Knight, in the last post: 5 Questions to Ask When Creating Your Detective. 

So now I’m writing Knight’s back story. 190 more words


Help Jason defeat the corruption in IAMJASON

It’s not hard to see that I appreciate just about any game with a low res retro style to it. It makes my imagination work ten times as hard. 537 more words