Posts Tagged: mystery

DEATH OF A COZY WRITER by G.M. Malliet #amreading #amreadingmystery #bookreview

I’ve been going to bed this week with this fun read, Death of a Cozy Writer by G.M. Malliet–the audiobook–by day’s end these days, my eyes are too tired to read. It’s not age. It’s the pandemic. It’s always the

DEATH OF A COZY WRITER by G.M. Malliet #amreading #amreadingmystery #bookreview

I’ve been going to bed this week with this fun read, Death of a Cozy Writer by G.M. Malliet–the audiobook–by day’s end these days, my eyes are too tired to read. It’s not age. It’s the pandemic. It’s always the

BURY YOUR DEAD by Louise Penny #amreading #amreadingmystery #canlit #bookreview

True confessions time: I write romance but most of the time, I read mystery. And I’ve been loving the Louise Penny Inspector Gamache series, set in the small town of Three Pines, Quebec (and also, Montreal, Quebec City, the Eastern

BURY YOUR DEAD by Louise Penny #amreading #amreadingmystery #canlit #bookreview

True confessions time: I write romance but most of the time, I read mystery. And I’ve been loving the Louise Penny Inspector Gamache series, set in the small town of Three Pines, Quebec (and also, Montreal, Quebec City, the Eastern

Maybe it was better not to know #writingprompt

Today’s writing prompt: Maybe it was better not to know. You know what to do. GO. 10 minutes, three pages, beginning to end–whatever’s your jam right now. How & Why To Use Writing Prompts More Than A Guilty Pleasure Writing

Maybe it was better not to know #writingprompt

Today’s writing prompt: Maybe it was better not to know. You know what to do. GO. 10 minutes, three pages, beginning to end–whatever’s your jam right now. How & Why To Use Writing Prompts More Than A Guilty Pleasure Writing

Ngaio Marsh on mystery

“I prefer to listen to voices in the upper air nor lose my faith in simple mysteries. I prefer to… not let the conceit of intellect hinder me from worshipping mystery.” Ngaio Marsh, via the the wonderfully quote-riddled and rambling

Ngaio Marsh on mystery

“I prefer to listen to voices in the upper air nor lose my faith in simple mysteries. I prefer to… not let the conceit of intellect hinder me from worshipping mystery.” Ngaio Marsh, via the the wonderfully quote-riddled and rambling