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Portia's green-eyed lady

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Green-Eyed Lady.”

I think anyone who has read Thrice Burned by now knows that even our favourite detective gets jealous.

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Dinner and a Movie in 1931

I just wrote a scene where Portiais sitting on the roof deducing that Brian Dawes has just come from dinner and a movie with his girlfriend Annie Coleson, and I need some details. 263 more words

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Looking for a London newspaper in 1930

Spending a bit of time this morning researching newspapers that were publishing in London in the 1930s.

I’m thinking of using The Daily Mirror as the oppositional newspaper to Annie Coleson’s work at The Sunday Times. 136 more words

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Relevant Links

Time to start writing that query letter methinks:  this site called AgentQuery had some interesting suggestions:

Paragraph One—The Hook: A hook is a concise, one-sentence tagline for your book.

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Too many mysteries to tie together?

Sigh, Book 4, and I have to tie together clearing Annie’s good name, solving the whole arson thing and dealing with a brand spankin’ new Arch Nemesis. 259 more words

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