TBR and Chocolates

TBR and Chocolates by Debra H. Goldstein In the Forrest Gump movie, Forrest explains that his mother often compared life to a box of chocolates because you never know what you were going to get. As the days pass, I not only agree with her, but being honest, I find myself eating through that box …

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Two Bites Too Many Released Today! – What Else Can I Say?

  Two Bites Too Many Released Today – What Else Can I Say? Things are finally looking up for Sarah Blair following her unsavory divorce. Settled into a cozy carriage house with her sassy Siamese cat, RahRah, she has somehow managed to hang on to her law firm receptionist job and – if befriending strays …

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Why I Write the Different Blogs I Write and What That Means for You

Why I Write the Different Blogs I Write and What That Means for You by Debra H. Goldstein When I started writing, I was told I needed to establish a social media presence. My son helped me get on Facebook, I wrote a short tweet on Twitter, and I created a Linked In profile. I …

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Guest Blogger: Judy Penz Sheluk – Crossover Characters

Crossover Characters by Judy Penz Sheluk I love it when an author takes a major character from one book and gives them a small role in another. John Sandford does this to perfection (well, he does everything to perfection) with his Lucas Davenport “Prey” series and Virgil Flowers novels…in fact, his Virgil Flowers series is …

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Guest Blogger: Angie Gallion – Life Gets in the Way

Life Gets in the Way by Angie Gallion When I read Debra’s post about best-laid plans sometimes going awry, I could relate. No matter how hard we try, life sometimes gets in the way. My writing journey has been filled with life getting in the way. I was a big dreamer growing up and I …

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I Had the Best Intentions, But … by Debra H. Goldstein

I Had the Best Intentions, But … by Debra H. Goldstein My goal is for a new It’s Not Always a Mystery blog to appear every other Monday. One blog per month is written by me, while the second is by a guest blogger who I believe you will find interesting. My guest bloggers have …

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Guest Blogger: Sue Ann Jaffarian – One Writer, Many Roads

One Writer, Many Roads by Sue Ann Jaffarian When I first met Debra Goldstein, it was in February 2019 at Murder In The Magic City in Birmingham, Alabama. I was one of the guests of honor for the event, and I was just a few weeks into my latest adventure, that of being a nomadic …

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Guest Blogger: Lynn Chandler Willis – The Fish, the Plane Crash, and the Coyote

The Fish, the Plane Crash, and the Coyote By: Lynn Chandler Willis In my former life, I owned and published a bi-weekly newspaper. Circulation 15,000, thank you. Not bad for a totally ad-supported paper that covered one incorporated rural town and a couple unincorporated surrounding communities. The paper lasted thirteen years and probably could have …

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Bittersweet Life Cycle Moments – a Reason Not to Write

Bittersweet Life Cycle Moments – a Reason Not to Write by Debra H. Goldstein Sometimes, life gets in the way of writing. This is one of those weeks that my thoughts are more concerned with life cycle events than they are with “writing.” By the end of this week, my sister and I will both …

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