As you can guess, the trip to Paris involved a great many croissants and macarons–not to mention all the espressos, baguettes, madeleines, and occasional wines. We (the Frenchman and I) rented a tiny, studio apartment in Montmartre that was next to the most AMAZING bakery–the best in Paris, quite literally. This bakery had the distinction […]
Yes, that’s right: I’m headed back in the City of Lights. This time, it’s a purely business, research-oriented trip. I’ve finished most of the first (And rough–oh it’s rough!) draft of Something Strange and Deadly book 2 (which is being tentatively titled A DARKNESS STRANGE AND LOVELY), and now it’s time to fill in all […]
This is your last chance to catch her, Gumshoe! She got away on Monday and again Wednesday, and now she’s getting ready to destroy Beethoven’s keys!
No good, Gumshoe–she slipped your clutches on Monday. And she’s still at large with Beethoven’s keys, and you think she’s crossed the border into France.
I promise I’ll be back soon. I’m back from Provence — ::big sigh:: — and swamped with things to catch up on.
“Why shouldn’t truth be stranger than fiction? Fiction, after all, has to make sense.” – Mark Twain
Provence is lovely. I’m not sure I ever want to return to Germany…