The Case of the Disappearing Books

Sometimes real-life hands us our own mysteries. After writing them for awhile, you'd think I'd be thrilled to have a real life mystery drop in my lap. Not exactly. I've been quiet here but active in other places online, promoting my latest Rollin RV Mystery, Superstition Victim. The other day I was on Amazon (where... Continue Reading →

Off-Blog…

...a lot is going on! As a mystery writer, I've learned readers want a story told honestly, but they love to be surprised. Sounds ironic, right? How can you be honest yet spring something that's unexpected? Well, a fair balance of revealing clues (including the clues that lead to solving the case) while distracting the... Continue Reading →

Distractions…

As I mentioned last time, I try to limit my TV viewing time... but I have to confess it's been fascinating to see how some shows have been adapting to the stay-at-home orders. Which women are letting their hair coloring fade back to a natural color? Which men are able to tame longer locks? Those... Continue Reading →

COVID Coping!

Oh, it's been too long since I've posted here. Much has been going on behind the screen of this blog -- including my finishing and publishing the third Rollin RV Mystery, "Superstition Victim." Good thing I finished the book a few months ago. I don't think I'd be able to focus on it these days.... Continue Reading →

Flu? Superbug? Pneumonia?

Okay, this won't explain a gap of six months or more between blog posts, but maybe it will make you feel sorry for me and excuse my absence.... We got that awful flu. Or maybe it was a superbug. We meaning my husband and I. He got the symptoms first and I tried not to... Continue Reading →

“Traveling in Mystery” Review

Many thanks to Sherry Fundin at Fundinmentals for her review of "Pea Body": If you are looking for an adventure, Pea Body by Ellen Behrens, is a fun and entertaining cozy mystery that shares the wonders of nature, the characters of a small, seasonal coastal town on the outerbanks of North Carolina, the danger of... Continue Reading →

Mystery of the Little Old Lady

Mysteries surround us, when we think about it. Here's a true-life mystery from my past. Many thanks to Denise Fleischer at GottaWriteNetwork for allowing me to guest post there! Check out the full post -- and follow the GottaWriteNetwork for more great articles by other authors.

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