Monthly Archives: November 2021

Comeuppance Gets a Starred Review from Publishers Weekly.

That’s it, that is all, the whole thing. Here’s the link, so go read their great and generous review that mostly eschews spoilers. Okay, maybe that’s not all there is. A starred review from Publishers Weekly (I’m quoting from … Continue reading

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On the Road to Chosenville

I just realized that in my new Work in Progress, a fun, no-expectations project, I’m driving one character straight onto the freeway exit for Chosenville with no graceful way to change lanes. Chosenville is the hometown of fictional Chosen Ones. … Continue reading

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Comeuppance e-ARCS Available

Netgalley has eARCS of Comeuppance Served Cold available for members. Here is the link. Paper ARCs will take a bit longer because of, yes, you guessed it, supply chain stresses. I’ll keep you updated.

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Winchester House

The first thing to remember about the Winchester Mansion is that this is a private concession, like a ride at Disneyland, not a museum or a state preserve. The owners have no commitment, contractual or otherwise, to historical accuracy. Those … Continue reading

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Tioga Pass

Highway 120 runs through Yosemite National Park in a roughly east-west direction. We had to get park reservations to drive through (it cost $2) and Linda did that on her phone. The turnoff for 120, also called Tioga Pass Road, … Continue reading

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