From C.L. Shore’s Blog:
Time to read – and write
Posted January 7th, 2012
I’ve spent part of my time over the holiday season reading mystery. I tackled my advance reader copy of Defending Jacob (obtained at Bouchercon 2011). It was an emotional ride, but worth every goosebump. A good, if disturbing story, that was told well. As a parent, I found my thoughts and emotions pulled from despair Read the Rest…
Magna cum Murder – Revisited!
Posted October 16th, 2011
I will be attending Magna cum Murder the last weekend in October. This will be the second time I’ll attend the annual event in celebration of the mystery genre. I would be excited about going to Magna in any case, but I’m doubly excited to be appearing as an author this year. I will be Read the Rest…
Seeker of Truth Give Away
Posted August 31st, 2011
Like mysteries, or know some one who does? This is your opportunity to obtain a copy of Seeker of Truth! Leave your email address in the comment field. I will contact you to find out what format (print, Kindle, or other e-format) you prefer. Everyone leaving their email before midnight on 8/31/11 will be eligible.
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…