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From C.L. Shore’s Blog:

Angelina Jolie – Are You Listening?
Posted March 21st, 2014

I’m still in my Lincoln phase in my historical reading. Just learning about Pinkerton, the coincidences that led to his investigator career, and his business practices. One day, a young widow came to him. She’s described as not beautiful, but striking with direct blue eyes. Kate Warne was not a client, but she did have Read the Rest…

Drama in real life
Posted January 1st, 2014

There’s so much hyperbole in media today that I find myself getting immune to the headlines. Then something happens to me or my family members and I find my perspective changing in a heartbeat. When the earthquake hit Japan in 2011, my son and his family were living just to the south of Tokyo. They Read the Rest…

History and Mystery
Posted October 9th, 2013

I’m becoming increasing interested in history, particularly US history. Moving backward in time, trying to discover what happened in a prior era. . . the process is a lot like solving a mystery. I was enthusiastic when I learned the next Speed City Sisters in Crime anthology would have a historical theme. But – with Read the Rest…

Believe
Posted July 19th, 2013

I”m taking a break from mystery writing for a while. Mystery is my first love and I WILL return to it. But I’m also working on a manuscript that falls under the heading of Women’s Fiction, (although, I really think it will appeal to some men, too). The story line features a middle-aged widow, her Read the Rest…

Saving Linda
Posted December 23rd, 2012

I wrote this story for a contest. The objective was to write a “short short” with a focus on humor. It didn’t win anything, but every time I read the story, I smile or laugh. Of course, I remember the entire incident. I don’t know if others would find it humorous, or not. However, I Read the Rest…

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