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Inspiration for HORSING AROUND WITH MURDER

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When people learn I’m an author, they often ask where my ideas come from. Truth be told, plotting isn’t my strong suit. I’m not exactly brimming with ideas. When I started plotting Horsing Around with Murder, all I knew for … Continue reading

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Horsing Around with Murder: An Excerpt

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Excerpt from HORSING AROUND WITH MURDER: I managed to keep a straight face when Larry the llama sauntered up from behind and snaked his head over the woman’s shoulder. He snatched the celery from her grip and started crunching, leaking … Continue reading

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Horsing Around With Murder: Let the Fun Begin

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So I’ve started writing my next book called Horsing Around with Murder, a semi-cozy mystery featuring all the usual culprits–murder, secrets, intrigue, and a bumbling sleuth (some of you may remember Auntie Beth from Fur Ball Fever). As an added … Continue reading

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Sample Sunday Excerpt

Welcome to Sample Sunday. For today’s excerpt, I’m unveiling more of my WIP, Cold Feet Fever, sequel to Fur Ball Fever. I’m 2/3 of the way through the first draft, and thought some of you might enjoy another sneak peek. … Continue reading

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