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SPEAKING, READING, BOOK SIGNING EVENTS
Snellville Fall Festival. Come by my booth! Get your book signed! Town Green, Snellville, Ga.
Nov. 7“You Are The Resource” authors’ panel and performance with moderator Lynn Hesse. Book signings and light reception. Sponsored by Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Decatur Public Library Auditorium.7-8:30 p.m.
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Solo Camara is a former cop from France with a dark past and now, a P.I. in Mali. He takes an ordinary missing-person case and ends up dealing with murder and corruption. The translation of French into English hasn’t diminished … Continue reading
There is a weather line about halfway between my home in Stone Mountain, Georgia and where my sister lives about 30 minutes north of Macon. It is not uncommon for rain to fall on one side of this visible line … Continue reading
Traveling can be tricky for me if the region or hotel doesn’t serve sweet-iced tea. Headaches ensue, and I find I am more disagreeable. Because I am not a bubbly happy gal at my best, I can in a withdrawal … Continue reading
“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,” BY MOTHER GOOSE Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again. After the Killer Nashville … Continue reading
The assembly line made the chicken a popular industry in Gainesville, Georgia and a statue was erected. Rabbittown, a former hamlet in Gainesville, still had people who remembered the importance of the raising and selling of rabbits in the past, … Continue reading
Photo by Dean Hesse The female yellow garden spider has many admirable, intriguing traits: “The writing spider” makes zigzag lines in her web. –Plot twists abound She is clean. She remakes her interior web every day. –A born editor She … Continue reading
At the last minute, I’m scheduled to go on an Alternate ROOTS retreat in Arden, N.C. in the mountains with trees, one of my favorite recharge and meditation spots. I will be in a cabin with bunk beds and plastic … Continue reading
Last weekend in South Carolina one of the more thought-provoking questions for the panel members at the Mystery in The Midlands surrounded the topic of whether the protagonist must be likeable. Underlying this question there was a presumption of the … Continue reading
One of my characters, the forger, in my soon-to-be-sent-out manuscript about an Atlanta art heist lives in Cabbagetown. During a research babbling session with my husband, he shares a photo of The Fiddler by Steve Seaberg and Esther Lefever created … Continue reading