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kristen-j-tsetsi's picture
...says Sue Grafton. And I'm sure it can be, if you do it lazily. But all the derogatory words tossed around to describe self-published authors and their writing has gotten tired and warrants a response. So, we responded.    
steven-belanger's picture
    photo: cover of the book from its Amazon page   A few comments about the stories I've read so far in The Best Mystery Short Stories--1998 (edited by Sue Grafton).  Though of course the collection is old, stories are stories, and good writing is timeless.  You couldn't...
nancybrady's picture
As February begins, I am reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel  Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.  In fact, I will probably finish it later today. It is definitely a different read than the other books I read in January. (As an aside, I resolved to read more books than last...
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To me, January is the time to hibernate.  I would rather sleep, read, drink a cup of tea or hot chocolate, and avoid going outside. If I were in charge, and frankly I am not, everyone would truly hibernate by sleeping away all of January and most of February.  Think of it.  Everyone would lose some...
annette-dunlea's picture
My Book Recommendation – U Is For Undertow Title: U Is for Undertow (Kinsey Millhone Mysteries)Author:  Sue Grafton Hardcover: 416 pages Publisher: Putnam Adult (1 Dec 2009) Language English ISBN-10: 039915597X ISBN-13: 978-0399155970 Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 15.2 x 4.1 cm Product Description C...
meg-waite-clayton's picture
If you think writers are born rather than made and brilliant writing is recognized immediately, those rejection slips for your novel—or story or nonfiction query, or (heaven help you) letter to your own mother—can seem a daunting thing. The truth is getting started as a writer takes hard work,...