Watch for my story “The Three Lives of Thomasina Bug” soon to appear in Red Penguin Books Anthology, Pets on the Prowl. Fun and games galore as canines and felines show humans how really to catch their prey!
Bouchercon may be cancelled but the wonderful anthology is still available. Don’t miss out on the great mystery stories in THIS TIME FOR SURE!!
So sad that the conference had to be cancelled but it’s time to show some Bouchercon love! We’ll all miss being in New Orleans together–but maybe a book will help? And buying the terrific Bouchercon Anthology THIS TIME FOR SURE
Moonlight, Misadventure and Memories of a Drama Teacher
When I saw the title, Moonlight and Misadventure, the first thing that came to mind was a quote from William Shakespeare: “Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania.” After all, A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the epitome of moonlight and misadventure—and
The Three Lives of Thomasina Bug
We first met Thomasina Bug six years ago. We were staying at our Pender Harbour cottage and I was out for an evening walk with my husband, Hugh, and our daughter Katie, who had driven up from Vancouver to stay
After Rebecca and Other Mystery Stories – The latest addition to the Beary Family Mysteries
I first read Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca when I was fourteen and was so enthralled by the book that I continued reading long into the night. I would never have thought of basing a story on the novel’s theme, but
Christmas Present, Christmas Past
There we were, forced to spend Christmas apart from family and friends, our bubble consisting of me, Hugh and Thomasina Bug. As we toasted each other over the dinner table, elegantly set with the good china for our turkey dinner
Another chance to read this intriguing Christmas mystery that dates back to the post-war years
Very happy to see one of my Christmas stories having a second publication. Thank you Barb Goffman and Black Cat Mystery Ebook Club: Ghosts of Christmas Past, by Elizabeth Elwood (epub/Kindle) [Barb Goffman Presents ] (bcmystery.com)
For Father’s Day: A Tale of Two Max’s
Max’s original owner was most apologetic when she found out that my father’s name also happened to be Max. I assured her, truthfully, that my father would be delighted to have a four-legged namesake. Maxwell Henry French was renowned for
Thoughts from a Sidelined-as-a-Senior Lady of Shalott .
I can’t decide whether Tennyson or Orwell best reflects my mood at the moment, but both writers certainly resonate, now that living through a screen is the safest way to connect with the outside world. Tennyson’s Lady of Shalott, of
Second production of Shadow of Murder coming soon.
The Morton family suffered a tragedy when their daughter was the victim of a serial killer. Two decades later members of the family gather at the Marshlands Hunting Lodge, where unbeknown to them, two people are present who are connected