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Deb, that's so funny! It really is a beautiful place.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Exploring home at My Weblog
Thanks, Mark. It's terrific.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Exploring home at My Weblog
by Kris Neri, with the Femmes Fatales One of the best parts of moving to a new locale is that everything is…well, new. You live with a constantly changing panorama of discoveries. The most luscious of the new discoveries after... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at My Weblog
I'm embarrassed to admit that my worst mistake of this sort was having someone "wrapping" on a door. What makes me crazier are some of the simpler mistakes, such as "your" and "you're." I can't even read FB without taking my mental red pen other people's remarks.
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2018 on Words Gone Wild at My Weblog
by Kris Neri, with the Femmes Fatales I’m old enough to remember when “the customer is always right” was a common business philosophy. I’m sure there was never 100% adherence to that idea. After all, some customers in some situations... Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2018 at My Weblog
Welcome to the Femmes, Aimee! Change is hard for all of us, but sometimes it brings such richness to our lives. (Or so I tell myself).
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2018 on New Beginnings at My Weblog
I was deeply saddened to learn of Mary Alice's passing. They hosted me as a newbie, too, and I felt so honored to be there. The pizza and wine was the best! RIP, Mary Alice.
Toggle Commented Oct 12, 2018 on Mary Alice Gorman, 1944 - 2018 at My Weblog
Welcome to the Femmes, LynDee! That's all true for me as well. There's always a tipping point when the impossible threads come together and I see how all the payoffs will work. "Magic" is the perfect word.
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2018 on When the Magic Happens at My Weblog
Thanks, Elaine.
Me too, Mark. :)
Sally, I agree about romances and cozies sometimes not being given enough credit. I've learned there's terrific writing in every genre and sub-genre.
Me too, LynDee. Sometimes I think genres are the same underneath, just wearing different clothes.
I liked Necco Wafers, especially the black and pink ones. I also used to eat the candy buttons, and like you I swallowed tons of paper. And any licorice, but especially black. Thanks for bringing back a fun memory, Elaine.
Toggle Commented Oct 5, 2018 on Good Sense: Penny Candy at My Weblog
by Kris Neri with the Femmes Fatales I have loved mysteries since Nancy Drew first led me into what has proven to be a long life of crime. I was a mystery reader long before I became a mystery writer.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2018 at My Weblog
Beautiful cover, Alexia!
Toggle Commented Oct 2, 2018 on Can You Keep A Secret? at My Weblog
Marcia, thanks for sharing this story about your amazing cousin. What a hero!
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2018 on Here Comes the Judge at My Weblog
Welcome to the Femmes, Aimee. Congrats on the new book. It sounds great. I'm a dog rescuer, too.
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2018 on New Kid on the Blog at My Weblog
I'm another Dorothy Gilman fan. As much as I love the Mrs. Pollifax books, my favorite of her novels is THE TIGHTROPE WALKER. I'm sorry some of your books got wet and damaged, but I'm glad you re-discovered this wonderful writer.
Thanks, Mark. I'm looking forward to both classes.
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2018 on Classes! I have classes at My Weblog
By Kris Neri with the Femmes Fatales After months of moving-related activities — getting ready to move, actually moving, then painting everywhere, and having some contractors underfoot — I’m introducing some normalcy into my life. For me, that means online... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2018 at My Weblog
Welcome to the Femmes, Dennis. What a fascinating subject. The book sounds great. Can't wait to read it.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2018 on Three Bags Full at My Weblog
Susan, how nice for your daughter!
Thanks, Fr. It is true that the internet provides the same shopping experience for everyone.
Mark, I was also a devoted suburbanite until we went smaller. I agree there's a lot to be said for it.
by Kris Neri “You’re lucky you chose satellite for your TV,” the satellite installer said to me. “The cable lines are so old here, cable service is the worst.” Before I could react to that, he added, “Nothing works here.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2018 at My Weblog