Archer FAILS AT GARDENING
I wish there was a way to really describe to you the horror of gardening this weekend with Archer. It was like being trapped in a Tasmanian Devil cartoon --- I'd turn my back for two seconds and, next thing I knew, he was dancing across the yard with a plant (pot and all) in his mouth.
Wow. I have a lot of things to share today... so here we go...
It's that time when you get to name something in my upcoming book! This time it is "NAME THE BIG GUY" - Shee goes to an island with a lot of big, muscular guards on it. Most have mythological names like Ra and Ares, but they could be named anything. What would you pick for the name of a big beefy lunkhead?
Name the Big Guy - Win a New Release
Let me know IN THE GREEN FORM and I'll randomly pick 20 of you to win free copies of The Girl Who Killed You - Shee McQueen Mystery-Thriller #3!
THe Girl Who Killed You - Shee Mcqueen #3 is Almost Here!
I finished writing the third installment of the Shee McQueen Mystery-Thriller series. Whoo hoo! I'll be releasing it VERY SOON. Here's a quick peek at the description and cover!
I don't know if it is shaping up that 2022 will feel all shiny and new, but I want to thank you all for a good 2021 and I look forward to hearing from you in the new year!
My book release plans include two more Shee McQueen Thriller/Mysteries, three more Pineapples and maybe I'll finally get the final Kilty book finished.
Below are the top poll results of the "What are your favorite mysteries?" poll. If you haven't read these authors, maybe you can find a new favorite in the list. (and thank you to the people who picked me even though I said not to! :) )
So it's official, Archer's more famous than me.
Mike and I watch English Premier League Football (soccer) and they have a thing where you can submit yourself, or your kids or your pets, dressed up for "Premier League Morning." We bought a scarf of our team, the Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves) --- which will come in really handy here in South Florida --- and submitted Archer wearing it. Then for weeks we looked for it... and then...
When he's wet, Archer likes to weave repeatedly around my legs in a figure-eight pattern, rubbing himself like a cat. Sometimes he picks one leg to circle instead. When he does he bumps into his own super-long tail... and bites it... turning himself into a neverending circle as he goes around and around.