Tags » Elizabeth Spann Craig

It's Late in the Evening*

Plenty of real and fictional crime happens in broad daylight. But most people associate crime with night. We’re more vulnerable at night; and, since a lot of people are at home then, public areas are less populated. 1,068 more words

Agatha Christie

Still These Allergies Remain*

Autumn (or spring, depending on which hemisphere you call home) is upon us. And that means one important thing: allergies. If you’re subject to allergy attacks, you know how miserable they can make you. 954 more words

Agatha Christie

Girl, I'm On Your Side*

Sometimes we all benefit from the guidance of someone who’s more experienced and knowledgeable. Those mentor relationships are often organic, and they benefit both people involved, really. 1,448 more words

Agatha Christie

I Want You Just the Way You Are*

One of the things about real-life humans is that we all have our vulnerabilities. I don’t personally know anyone who has no physical limitations, even among people who are young and in good health. 1,123 more words

Agatha Christie

Who Cares What They're Wearing on Main Street or Saville Row*

An excellent post from Moira at Clothes in Books has got me thinking about dress shops. We may not see so many of the old-fashioned dressmaker establishments any more, but there’s something about having a dress or a suit custom-fitted. 1,265 more words

Agatha Christie

Turn the Choral Music Higher, Pile More Wood Upon the Fire*

It’s the time of year when people make plans for office parties, family gatherings and holiday travel. There are often all sorts of preparations to be made for everything from clothing to cleaning to food and travel tickets. 1,243 more words

Agatha Christie

Free Book Promotions Are Not What They Used to Be - Lessons Learned and Tips for Success

A lot of people won’t go free with their books, they think it’s degrading. They’ve worked hard, sometimes for years (I know I have) and it just breaks you inside to give away the result of your sweat and tears for nothing. 1,516 more words

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