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Gluten-free cut-out cookie success!

Our family has been living with celiac disease for a little over two years now. In that time, I’ve converted many of my favorite recipes to gluten-free versions. The one recipe that eluded me happened to be my favorite food … Continue reading

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Happy Dysfunctional Thanksgiving!

Looking for a fast, fun, wacky mystery to read while prepping for Thanksgiving and enjoying leftovers? The Sound of Sirens is just the thing! Here’s a quick excerpt: As the applause died down, Tommy said, “Well now, I guess it’s time … Continue reading

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My Ghost Story

It’s that time of year again! As Halloween approaches, I’d like to share an excerpt from my ghost story, Dream Shade, with you. Hearing the bus before it came around the curve in the road, I sighed, dreading its approach. … Continue reading

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Author J.Q. Rose: Just a Normal Gal

Brainerd & Fraser: We’re excited to have one of our favorite author friends here for a guest post. Please welcome J.Q. Rose – writer, retired florist, and an undertaker’s daughter. Does that last one surprise you? Read on for more! Do … Continue reading

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Author Interview with David Fraser

Yes, David Fraser is my writing partner here at Driving Blind Productions. So why am I interviewing my own writing partner? Well, we both branch out and work on solo projects from time to time. (Such as my YA paranormal … Continue reading

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Tune into Hummingbird Place

Please join me tonight at 7 pm Eastern for my guest appearance on the Hummingbird Place podcast. If you don’t have time tonight, no worries – just click on the link and you can listen anytime. Since it’s a ghostly … Continue reading

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My nearly-yearly Mystery reading

Yesterday, I finished re-reading my favorite book, Mystery by Peter Straub. I’ve read this book almost-yearly since its release, which means I’ve read it nearly 25 times. (Which means I’m quite old.) What keeps me coming back? I notice something … Continue reading

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