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The start of summer

Memorial day weekend. When I was growing up, we used to visit the graves. My father died when I was young so the ritual held a special place for me. A pilgrimage to a man I didn't get to know. My paternal grandparents were also buried in the same cemetery. When I was older, I'd go to his grave to think through the big decisions in my life. It helped me feel more centered and as I talked through the issues, I felt closer to the man I don't remember as my father. Now, my mom has passed on as well. I live 1600 miles away from their final resting place. Together again. So I won't be visiting the graves this year, but I'll remember. And isn't that what we carry forward from generation to generat

Hospitality and Homicide

Book 8 of the Tourist Trap series is releasing Tuesday, May 16. I love the little town of South Cove and it's quirky characters. I can't believe we're on book 8 with book 9 coming up in a couple of months. A series grows along with the stories. I have a map of South Cove in my head. I know if Jill wants to go to the gym, she turns left when she leaves Coffee, Books, and More. More often than not, she turns right, toward home. Or the police station to visit Greg. Or her BFF Amy. Or to stop at Diamond Lille's for a bite to eat. Or to go walk on the beach. As part of the release of Hospitality and Homicide, I was asked to write a side story that was included in the Kobo edition. This Bonus sto

Home again, home again...

With a broken toe. Okay, so I'm a klutz. The good thing is I didn't break it until this morning when I was packing to come home from

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