I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, “Thanks to all of my readers for your support!”
I’ve enjoyed the emails from my readers about my book and I’m writing as fast as I can. Thanks for everything!
I did this to celebrate Burned Bridges being released in paperback. I think this one is a lot better than the other one.
I just dropped in to say that I’m offering my book, Burned Bridges for FREE from 11/11/ – 11/13 on Amazon and you can download it on your kindle.
I’m also happy to announce that it will be available in paperback at the end of the month.
In December, I will be hosting a giveaway and I want to thank you for your continued support as I work on book #2 for The Crossing Series and participate in NaNoWriMo.
I hope you enjoy.
The links below will take you directly to the page.
Thanks for being so patient.
I’m so excited and so exhausted, but I’m ready to get back to Criminal Lines and Mentoring Your Muse. I didn’t realize how much I missed it until I opened up my blog and WinJournal.
There will also be a Crime Writer’s Panel on November 2nd with the best investigators in law enforcement and forensics. A post on the free workshop and their information will be up this weekend.
A lot of work but that’s the way I like it.
This is a quick update to say thanks for being patient while I finish my book, Burned Bridges. It’s scheduled for an October release and I’m swamped making deadlines.
I want this book to be the best it can be and I have an awesome team supporting me.
After August 31st, I will have more time to dedicate to Criminal Lines and want to thank my contributors for their posts.
In the first week of September, I will upload my first podcast. It’s the introductory episode for Mentoring Your Muse and it will focus on the concept and role of a mentor.
Please have a wonderful week.
All my best,
The other day, the movie Gaslight with Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer caught my attention. The 1944 film is a classic and a mystery. I love Ingrid, and I think she played her role very well. I cannot imagine being driven insane by my husband…especially when he is doing it intentionally.
Ingrid’s character, Paula, carried herself with such regal grace as she struggled to keep her sanity. For instance, there was this pocket watch scene where Charles’ character, Gregory, puts a similar watch to his in Paula’s purse—during this whole time his pocket watch is in his vest. Gregory then decides to confront her during a classical composer’s performance, embarrassing her in front of the social elite.
When they get home, Gregory continues his tirade. She puts up an emotional fight and, at the same time, defends herself. All I have to say is thank goodness for the concerned Inspector Cameron who is played by Joseph Cotten. He steps in and helps prove to Paula that she is not going out of her mind.
What better way for her to get back at Gregory than by mentally torturing him while he is tied to a chair, waiting for the wagon to take him away. She teases him by…oh. That is enough…I cannot tell the ending of the movie!