Great to talk with readers of mysteries; do not confuse with mystery readers



I'm looking forward to chatting with mystery readers Wednesday 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the November 5 meeting of Totally Criminal Cocktails at the Dock Cafe  in Stillwater. This will be my third visit with the delightful group of readers who always provoke lively discussion and ask great questions. Reservations are required; call Valley Bookseller at 651-430-3385. Delicious appetizers cost $10 and there's a cash bar.

Skeeter Hughes Mysteries Hit Sweet Spot

Here's a tip for those of you who have read one Skeeter Hughes mystery and plan to read another. The price for each of the three mysteries on Amazon.com ebooks dropped today to $2.99.
I don't know how long they'll stay at that price so you might want to act now. Just to make it a little easier,  here are the links that will take you right to the books.
WHERE'S BILLIE?
WHOSE HAND?
WHO BOMBED THE TRAIN?
Have a nice day.


Judith Yates Borger | Minnesota Mystery Book Author | Award Winning Writer and Reporter: Little Moleskin Notebook

Judith Yates Borger | Minnesota Mystery Book Author | Award Winning Writer and Reporter: Little Moleskin Notebook: I did it today. I bought another small moleskin notebook. It's yellow (see above) and as wide as my iPhone but half an inch or so sh...

Little Moleskin Notebook



I did it today. I bought another small moleskin notebook. It's yellow (see above) and as wide as my iPhone but half an inch or so shorter. Unlined. It fits nicely in my purse, on the stand next to my bed and in my backpack.
A new notebook for me means a new mystery in its  formative stages. I use it to jot down descriptions I like or a particularly good turn of phrase. An occasional joke.
The first entry, dated today, says Book 4 More Skeeter or a stand alone? Whaddya think?
Back from sabbatical and working on a fourth book. Feels good.