There’s a lot of excitement here at Confessions of a Mystery Novelist! I’m just about packed and ready to catch a flight to beautiful Colorado, where I’ll be guest blogging at Patricia Stoltey’s terrific blog. Patricia is a very talented fellow crime fiction writer whose series features retired Florida judge Sylvia Thorn and her brother, Willie Grisseljon. Patricia has invited me to contribute to her excellent series, My Writing Life, in which a variety of authors share their experiences and the stories of how they got into “the business.” I’m honored at the invitation! Please stop back very late tonight or tomorrow, depending on where you live, and I’ll have the link up.
For now, though, since it’s Confessions of a Mystery Novelist’s blog-iversary, I think it’s the perfect time to sincerely thank all of you for being kind enough to read my blog. Your interest in what I write means an awful lot to me – more than I can say without gushing. Your comments teach me – every time – and your support is of inestimable value. For that, I am grateful to each of you.
I’d like to invite each of you to accept the little thank-you gift you see in the ‘photo. What’s in the bag? Since I wish the very best to each of you, it’s whatever you would most like.
Again, my thanks for your online friendship and your interest in Confessions of a Mystery Novelist.
*NOTE: The title of this post is a line from Elton John’s Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters.