Being a mystery writer means digging around for info (be it for a story, a project, or something that requires explanation) . . . playing detective as it were.
I’m usually pretty good at unearthing stuff, but this time I found it rather difficult to locate a pic of Laura or much about her save for snippets on her blog, FB page, and Google Profile. Maybe I was looking too hard (sometimes you can’t see for looking).
She has a great tagline, though: “helping others achieve their dreams and goals”. How admirable; I really like that.
Circles we might want to include her in: cozy mysteries, business book reviews, thrifty finds, refurbishing, DIY, crafts, blog parties, giveaways, and ways to have fun.
(Well, I’ve always said, I do love a good mystery and Laura, you’ve provided me with one. <LOL>)
Please check out her neat blog:
I'm primarily a writer of fiction and blog posts, and a sometimes editor and proofreader of books, manuals, and film/television scripts. Fact-checking and researching, organizing and coordinating are skills and joys (I enjoy playing detective and developing structure). My fiction audience: lovers of female-sleuth mysteries. My genres of preference: mysteries (needless to say), women’s fiction, informative and helpful “affirmative” non-fiction.
So-o, here I am, staring up a new blog for aspiring and established e-Book writers. The plan: to share the (long) journey of getting to this stage, and share "learnings" and "teachings". There's a lot I hope to accomplish with this blog, but it may be a while before that happens as there's a lot on the ol' plate - taking care of Mom, working full-time, and attempting to get another book in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series written (never mind blog postings and other writing projects).
It's very challenging and it's all good. As I like to say: teeny focused baby steps are just as effective as long forceful strides. It may take a little longer, but we will get there.
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