Thursday, August 17, 2023

Hello from Writer's Jail: Inspiration Everywhere

 I'm often asked about inspiration. What is the inspiration for my characters, plots, and settings? One thing that definitely inspires me? Real estate! I often walk in New London, Connecticut, which is chock-full of intriguing architecture and homes. This one just might end up in a future book.

Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Cozy Mystery + Ice Cream? Yes, please!

The wonderful booksellers at Wesleyan RJ Julia in Middletown, CT have invited me to chat about my latest Ice Cream Shop Mystery, FATAL FUDGE SWIRL, on Thursday, August 3, at 6 PM. That's exciting enough, but they've also invited the creative geniuses at Honeycone Cream Company to craft a specialty sundae to go with the book! Here's a link for more information. See you there, and bring your appetite!

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

See you at the Malice Domestic Conference April 28, 2023

 My Nancy Drew obsession finally pays off! Malice Domestic is a fabulous convention in Bethesda, Maryland that celebrates the traditional mystery. I'm so honored to be part of this panel.

Sunday, March 12, 2023

Make Mine Murder Panel

Join me and Sisters in Crime authors Korina Moss, Ang Pompano, and Christine Falcone at the beautiful Mystic Noank Library in Mystic, Connecticut for Make Mine Murder: A Panel on Writing, Publishing, and Enjoying Mysteries. Register at the library website.
See you there!

Monday, February 20, 2023

Meeting a Connecticut Gem at WTNH Channel 8 TV

Last week I was invited to talk about my books with Ann Nyberg of WTNH in Connecticut. Such a wonderfully welcoming person! It was a pleasure to meet her and the whole news team that I've been watching for years. The interview will be broadcast Tuesday, February 21, 2023 and then will be posted on the WTNH Nyberg webpage.

 I felt right at home until the robotic cameras zoomed in! 

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

See You at the Canton Public Library!

Join me and my Sisters in Crime friends for a special panel at the Canton (CT) Public Library on February 11. We'll be discussing our various pathways to publication -- perfect for any aspiring writers or curious readers! The wonderful folks at Riverbend Books will be there selling books, so you can also grab a signed copy if you like. It's free, but the library would like everyone to register here: