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Skyscapes and Anne Hillerman 

While driving back from Ridgway, Colorado to Phoenix, Arizona my husband and I listened to an audio CD of Song of the Lion by Anne Hillerman. 83 more words

Nothing Could be Longer Than that Corrugated Road*

There’s plenty of crime in cities and suburbia. We see it on the news, and we read about it in crime fiction, too. Large city police forces certainly have their hands full, and I’m sure you could list dozens and dozens of big-city crime novels and series. 1,012 more words


There'll be One Child Born and a World to Carry On*

One of the many things that parents do is pass on certain traditions to their children. That’s one important way in which culture is perpetuated, if you think about it. 1,035 more words


Like a Tree, Ability Will Bloom and Grow*

I’ll bet you’ve had the experience. You enjoy skiing, and you’ve tackled some challenging runs. Then, you don’t get the chance to ski for a while. 1,050 more words

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A New Mexico Mystery Review: Song of Lion by Anne HiIlerman

A bomb goes off outside a high school basketball game in Shiprock, and the “wrong” man dies…

Set partly in New Mexico, partly in Arizona, and entirely within the Navajo Nation, this is Anne Hillerman’s best yet. 319 more words

New Mexico Mystery

Quotes to Write By - Day 22

So far, I’ve written the first five chapters (one chapter behind) of Moondust. And so far, all of the ideas that I’ve created and outlined seem to fit well. 66 more words

Top 5 Wednesday: Fandoms You Are No Longer In

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme from Goodreads, created by Lainey from Gingerreadslainey and now moderated by Sam from ThoughtsOnTomes. This week the prompt is about writing about fandoms we formerly were super invested in but now are no longer a part of. 663 more words