Oh, that tricky muse!
Blog Post by Clea Simon - Apr.23.2008 - 6:31 am
One of the wonderful things that happens when the writing has gone well is that on re-reading you discover you were writing more than you knew. To explain, as I'm re-reading Probable Claws, which is simply intended as a fun mystery, I'm realizing that the theme of commitment and its opposite, letting go, runs through it. I don't know what that means, but I've written it on a sticky and so now I see it every morning as I sit down to work.
I'm Clea Simon, author of multiple mysteries, most recently the first Pru Marlowe pet noir Dogs Don't Lie (Poisoned Pen Press) and the Dulcie Schwartz feline mystery, Grey Zone (Severn House). My nonfiction books include Mad House: Growing Up in the Shadow of...