It’s Monday. I’m feeling chatty.
Oh, you want more than that, huh? Hmm…ok. We need a subject. I’ve babbled at you about some of my favorite authors and my love of conventions. I’ve had to put aside my intense love of Halloween since I’m now in an apartment with no yard to call my own and a balcony the size of a postage stamp. So…how about hobbies? Most folks have one. Some have several. Mine tend to rise and fall like the waves of the ocean (though, a few have stuck around like an octopus on my face). Continue reading “Monday Mumbles: Hobbies”
Before the weather reminded me that I now in the PNW and spring can be both picture-postcard pretty and a misty, chilly grey, I took a notebook to my favorite table at Victor Steinbrueck Park near Pike Place Market, sat in the sun, and wrote whatever came to mind. It was as much to see if I could get anything accomplished while at a public venue as it was to enjoy the sunshine. I got a few things written down, not as much as I’d like, but I work better on a computer than a notebook. This is one of the things I jotted down. Continue reading “Tuesday Tidbit: Awakening”
Rec a Series is a monthly post highlighting one of my favorite series, past or present. Here’s a genre I haven’t recommended yet: Mystery! And not just any mystery series. Nope, this one is set in England during the 14th century, during the Hundred Year’s War and just after the ravages of the Black Death. The lead detective is a Welshman, Owen Archer, so named for his skill with the bow during the war. An injury costing him his eye sends him back to England to learn a new role: spymaster for the Archbishop of York. Continue reading “Rec a Series: The Owen Archer Mysteries”