From C.L. Shore’s Blog:

Late autumn journey: Wisconsin coffee shops
Posted December 26th, 2016

I thought it would be an interesting adventure to take a late autumn journey to one of my favorite summer vacation spots. I imagined the little villages of Door County Wisconsin would be almost deserted in late fall. I was wrong, there were throngs of visitors. Retired folks and families with young children filled the Read the Rest…

Cafe du Monde
Posted September 27th, 2016

Cafe du Monde is undoubtedly one of the world’s most iconic coffee shops. Yes, it’s a coffee and doughnut place – but both the coffee and doughnuts (beignets, really) are out of this world! Well worth a hike in the steamy morning New Orleans humidity. The coffee has a little chicory ground up with the Read the Rest…

Grand Traverse Pie Company
Posted September 11th, 2016

Yes, Grand Traverse is a pie company. But, it is also a coffee shop. And a darn good coffee shop. My husband and I stumbled on this cafe on a trip from Indianapolis to points west. It’s near the downtown area of Terre Haute and the ISU campus. The last time we visited (Labor Day) Read the Rest…

Writers and Coffee Shops
Posted August 30th, 2016

“What makes creative people tingle are interesting problems, the chance to impress their friends, and caffeine.” Alex Steffen.* If you are a writer, chances are you spend a good deal of time in coffee shops of one sort or another. I sometimes joke that I’m paying the rent on my office when I charge up Read the Rest…

Appearance on the Crime Cafe and GIVE-AWAY
Posted July 25th, 2016

A few days ago, I provided a guest blog on Debbie Mack’s Crime Cafe. The topic is my romantic suspense novel, Titania’s Suitor. You can see my post here: http://www.debbimack.com/blog/2016/07/27/crime-cafe-guest-post-cl-shore/ I appeared on Debbie Mack’s Crime Cafe podcast August 3rd. You can see the interview here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZHDx4yMOfA. You can also find interviews with many other mystery Read the Rest…

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