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Back to Salem

The  Customs House in Salem has now been set up as a Museum. It had some really interesting artifacts from the early sailing period. (Can anyone tell how much I love this town?)  The Customs House is set right across from the Derby wharf. 311 more words

Murder Mysteries

Greek Tragedy in Western Kansas

I had the pleasure of interviewing Charlotte Hinger, the author of four books. Her novel, Hidden Heritage was cited by Kirkus Reviews as “One of the Best Mysteries of 2013″ and also “One of the Best Fiction Books of 2013.” 203 more words

Diana Belchase

Offed at the Bake-Off premiere!

The other day, I received an exciting email from my editor at Eldridge Publishing.  She informed me that my play, Offed at the Bake-Off… 226 more words


The Life of a Murder Mystery Writer

Yesterday (Monday) I was supposed to publish a blog, but instead I wrote another chapter of “The Phoenix Code” murder mystery. I knew this would happen; I am deep into detectives Jon Mull and Manny Gonzales trying to catch yet another vicious serial killer. 355 more words

Interview on Deanie H. Dunne's Blog!


A sincere “thank you” to Deanie H. Dunne, inspiring author, for interviewing me on her wonderful blog and sharing my book, Hunting Mariah, with her readers. 9 more words


Lady on a Train (1945) - Deanna Durbin Investigates on Christmas

Lady on a Train is that unique film, a Screwball/Christmas/Musical/Mystery. Actually, it’s not technically a musical, but because the film stars Deanna Durbin, the girl who reportedly saved Universal Studios (the home of Frankenstein, Dracula and the Mummy) from bankruptcy in the mid 1930s with her frothy musicals, the film manages to provide three songs for her to sing during the course of her investigations. 844 more words


The Librarians

I watched the two hour debut episode knowing I would love it. After all, I loved the three movies and Warehouse 13, to which this bears a huge resemblance. 428 more words