At 86 I call myself the Grandma Moses of mystery. Grandma Moses was a primitive artist who became famous at the age of 80 and painted until she was 101. Since my mother lived to the age of 103, I hope to do as well with mystery. (I don't know how many grandchildren she had, but I have eight, and one great-grandchild.)
My husband and I spent many years sailing on Chesapeake Bay and beyond. Since those days on our boat inspired my writing career, both mystery series take place near the bay. I've also written a YA mystery (before my grandchildren outgrow such things. My non-fiction, title is A Knucklehead in 1920s Alaska. My books are available as trade paperbacks through Amazon and, by order, through bookstores such as Barnes & Noble. And, of course, the fiction e-books are (or will be) available in all formats right here.
What are you working on next?
I have a book of short stories, ten of them ranging from flash fiction to novelette, with subject matter from 1813 to present day. Most are mysteries. It's a case of - One Author, Many Voices.
The Road to Self-Publishing
on March 26, 2012
Proof of the pudding, so to speak. I've successfully self-published two books, with Kaye's help.
25 Years in the Rearview Mirror: 52 Authors Look Back
on Sep. 08, 2012
As one of the 52 authors included in this book, I may be a bit biased, but I found all of the essays interesting, and the book to be organized exceptionally well. (Love that cover too.) 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror is a book designed to dip into according to your mood.