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Romance the Way It Used To Be

I overheard a couple shopping at the Rocky Mount Bulluck Warehouse Sale the other day. (I eavesdrop a lot, or as I prefer to think of it, pay attention to what people are saying around me.)  They were buying furniture, … Continue reading

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Killing Two Writing Assignments with One Pen…and a Few Pictures

So much writing to do… so little time. As most of you may know, each week I write a Sunday column for the local newspaper, The Rocky Mount Telegram. I’m also working on the rough draft of another cozy mystery, … Continue reading

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A Dalliance at Dunkin’ Donuts?

“Are these handsome young men your grandsons?” The tall sixtyish gentleman in Dunkin’ Donuts spoke in a familiar tone, as if he was someone I knew but hadn’t seen in a while. “Uh, yes, they are,” I answered politely, studying … Continue reading

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What’s Better Than One Book Starring Dee Ann Bulluck? Two!

While Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder is at the competition I’ve entered (see previous blog), I’ve returned to working on another cozy mystery, a sequel tentatively titled Life and Death in Narrow Creek. Here’s what’s happening. A little over two … Continue reading

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Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Melt

I’ve been busy polishing Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder to meet a January 12 writing contest deadline—a long shot to win, but hey, a girl can dream—and thus have neglected my blog.  But Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder has been … Continue reading

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In the Spirit of Christmas

Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder is back, beat up and bruised, from its most recent visit to an editor. One criticism about the novel is that Dee Ann spends too much time going to church (not a fault anyone has … Continue reading

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All Kinds of Activities—and Ideas—Come from a Hunting Trip

What do I have in common with a Mormon mother of nine and an ex-Navy good ol’ girl from Georgia? We were the only three women—well, four, if you count the cook—hanging out with thirty-some men at a deer hunters’ … Continue reading

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