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From C.L. Shore’s Blog:

Nominated – and my reading list expands. . .
Posted February 15th, 2012

I had the pleasure to attend Love is Murder in Chicago for the second time -  my first attendance as an author. I had the opportunity to appear on multiple panels, and also was nominated for the “Lovey Award” for Best First Novel for Seeker of Truth. Although I didn’t win, I was extremely surprised Read the Rest…

Back from the east
Posted August 5th, 2011

I’ve returned from Japan – a trip that opened my eyes and heart. I was there on business, but also had a chance to connect with family members. I spent time in Kyoto – an ancient city, home of the geisha culture.  The meeting I attended opened with a performance by geisha and apprentices. At Read the Rest…

Sisters (and Brothers) in Crime
Posted April 24th, 2011

I attended the April meeting of Sisters in Crime held concurrently with a meeting of the Midwest Chapter of Mystery Writers of America. It was standing room only! I’m glad I arrived early. After a brief business meeting, a panel discussed the future of mystery publishing and mystery reading. In contrast to Love is Murder Read the Rest…

Love is Murder
Posted February 8th, 2011

I’ve recently returned from the Love is Murder convention in Chicago. A great event, well worth the snowy journey. I continue to be convinced that mystery writers are some of the world’s nicest and most supportive people. I received valuable advice and listened to interesting and spirited debates about the future of traditional publishing versus Read the Rest…

Did Carbs Kill the Cahokians?
Posted April 24th, 2010

I have become fascinated by Cahokia, a prehistoric Native American settlement in the Western-Illinois, Eastern – Missouri area.. It is mind-boggling to think that the Midwest was home to a large settlement (as many as 20,000 people) from the year 1000 through about 1300. Cahokia’s inhabitants probably had much in common with the Aztecs of Read the Rest…

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