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Hi everyone, I’m so excited. My new book A Sleuth in Sausalito is finished. It will be available in about a week. It’s been such fun writing it, doing the research, interviewing old-timers, checking out the barracks and bunkers of … Continue reading

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Hi all, I’m very excited because my new novel A SLEUTH IN SAUSALITO is almost ready to be pushed out of the nest, and given to some beta readers to proofread, critique and say wonderful things about it. Although there … Continue reading

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STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN It’s been a while, I know. I’ve been so busy and so excited writing my new novel MURDER IN SAUSALITO, that I’ve been negligent with this blog. Sorry. The photo you see is of one of the … Continue reading

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The picture is of one of the many hidden or almost comletely hidden stairways that wind their ways up the hills of Sausalito. Note the Bay and Angel Island at the bottom of the photo. It’s been another busy week … Continue reading

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Hi All, I’ve missed a few weeks; I’m sorry. I’ll let you in on a secret. I’ve been so involved in writing my third novel—a mystery about the town I live in—Sausalito. It’s a fascinating place with a very interesting … Continue reading

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I’m still high from yesterday’s event at Book Passage. Lots of people turned out. Many already had read the book, but came to support me. Others were new. It was exhilarating to see so many attentive faces. I was introduced … Continue reading

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For you writers out there, and anybody else trying to sell something, you probably have heard–over and over–that Social Media is essential if you want to catch the attention of prospective buyers. I admit I didn’t jump on the bandwagon … Continue reading

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