T’is The Season

We hope everyone had a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving.  Don’t worry about those amazing holiday meals and desserts, those calories don’t count, they are for keeping you warm this winter.  That sounded good anyway 🙂

Thank you to everyone who came out to the MCFC (http://www.memphiscfc.com) convention in Memphis. It is always great to reconnect with fans and catch up on the news since the last convention.  It is also fabulous to met new fans and share in the discovery of whole new worlds.  If you have not come to a convention yet, you really should.  It is like finding a lot tribe of people that totally get you.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Malice in Memphis (http://www.maliceinmemphis.com/) book release event at Novel Memphis (http://novelmemphis.com/) for the new Elmwood: Stories To Die For (http://www.darkoakpress.com/elmwood.html).  It was great to see so many people supporting this organization.  As a not so subtle hint, this book will make a great holiday gift to yourself or any mystery reader you have in the family.

Snowflake GardenAs a great read for this time of year:
The Blood in Snowflake Garden by D. Alan Lewis
Max Sneed, a retired Police chief finds himself reluctantly drawn back into service to investigate the murder. For Max, exploring the dark seedy side of the jolliest city on Earth is nothing compared to facing the demons of his own past. He is joined by a young British journalist, Robert Watson. Rob finds himself disillusioned by the short comings of the North Pole as well as how the turbulent events of the 1960’s are echoed in Santa’s city.

http://www.darkoakpress.com/snowflake.html

 

Appearances:

Jan 6th and 7th ShadowCon http://www.shadowcon.org/

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