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.

What’s Going On?

A lot. That's what's going on. But it's not showing up on either blog (although the Bob and Ellen's Great RV Adventure Blog sees many more posts than this one... In the meantime, I'm guest blogging at Motive Means Opportunity, where you can see my latest post, "The Murderer I Knew," as well as previous... Continue Reading →

Guest Blogging!

I am honored to have been invited to post guest blogs at MotiveMeansOpportunity -- a fantastic, info-filled, insight-laden blog that E. Michael Helms, Kait Carson, and Max Everhart formed awhile back. It's a thrill to be in their company, as well as many other fabulous mystery writers! Yep... could explain why I haven't posted here... Continue Reading →

Write Where? Right There!

Being a full-time RVer and traveling the country means I've been able to experience some amazing places, meet fascinating people, and store up enough ideas for my writing for a few lifetimes. When these sorts of places are right outside the door -- it's hard to sit down to write. Every town we pass through... Continue Reading →

Where in the World…

...has this blog gone? Why such a long silence? What have we been up to? As my southern dad used to say, "A little of this, a little of that." We've been here and we've been there. Most people don't move from home to home very often. As full-time RVers, we're moving all the time.... Continue Reading →

Unexpected Twists

Have you heard this one? How many mystery writers does it take to change a light bulb? Two. One to screw it in, the other to give it a surprising twist at the end. Life is like that, too. We think we're headed down the right road when we realize we've made a wrong turn.... Continue Reading →

Reading the Road

Avid readers talk about how many books they read in a year. But there's another type of avid reader: someone who reads EVERYTHING. Sitting in a restaurant, they read the entire menu, every poster on the wall, each placard tucked between the salt and pepper shakers. I'm one of those avid readers. Which means I... Continue Reading →

Life as a Traveling Writer

Travel writers are a dime a dozen. Well, okay, maybe not *that* common. But when someone says they're a travel writer, they usually don't have to explain what it means, especially now with so many cable TV channels and hundreds of magazines devoted to travel. Travel writer implies they travel to various locations to write... Continue Reading →

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