"The best fiction is ultimately true," Jennifer Anne (one of my Facebook commenters)
i loved this post too, Janet. You and I should be President (that would be you!), and Vice President (could that be me?) of the Toni McGee Causey fan club. Lordy, the woman can write. AND, somehow she seems to be plugged into my brain 'cause how else can she write things I so often think about?
I've been a Murderati follower for well over a year now. That blog is consistently good. I met a few of the writers at Bouchercon last year, and they're as nice as they are talented.
she's hilarious, thank you :)btw, have you seen this?http://www.wlwritersagency.com/Selfpublish.html?gclid=CMbx3rDWqJ0CFcZM5Qod-lEMjQ
I've bookmarked the site! Great post and I'm off to create a more positive space by getting rid of "stuff I might need someday." LOL.
Whoa. That is a masterpiece -- seriously. Thanks for pointing it out!
My husband, the artist, also enjoyed the post immensely. Thank you for sharing it.And we ordered the book. Following your blog is putting a serious hurt on our book budget!
Beautiful post! Thanks for the sigboo on this one. The Largely Mythological Husband and I are big fans of Toni McGee Causey, and wonder why she isn't even more famous than she is. I am a big recommender of her books to everybody.
Off topic but on behalf of the average American consumer who is apparently too stupid to be allowed to purchase books based on the recommendation of a blogger I would like to thank you for your clearly worded caveat regarding any and all book opinions posted here.Thank goodness for the government. How could I make educated consumer decisions if they weren't looking out for me?
I love your FTC notice. Perfect.
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