Tag: St. Louis

Oy Vey!!!

So, we’re remodeling. This, amidst: the winter temps that drop to colder than a witch’s you-know-what, the constant threat of covid, my husband’s health, looking for an agent for On The Sly, and being over halfway (yay!) through the first rough draft of Sly As A Fox. EVERYTHING goes into the kitchen and dining area while we do the floors in the back of … Read More Oy Vey!!!


On The Sly is a finished book and is now out to my beta readers. So far, all the feedback tells me everyone is excited by it. I still have 3 beta readers to report back, but any corrections to be made are minor. Then it will be off to find an agent. In the meantime, I’ve started Sly As A Fox. In this … Read More Finished

Moving Forward

Moving forward sometimes means taking a step or two back first. Birthing a novel is never easy. I’ve been working with On The Sly again for a few weeks now. When I first went back to it after the latest ferment, I looked at it as if it was someone else’s manuscript that had been brought to me for advice. The ending was choppy … Read More Moving Forward


As you know, I’ve been reworking my mystery, On The Sly. I’ve rearranged a lot of chapters and deleted some big premises. This brought everything to a simpler story, which will payoff in a big way with more detailed scenes and a grittier overall feel. The past few weeks I’ve been busy fixing all the plot holes caused by the changes. Today, I’m happy … Read More Halfway

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