In case you missed it, I was over at The Write Conversation giving my thoughts of when and why to indie publish your book.
Anyone else read Cake Wrecks? After a week of hilarity, they post truly gorgeous cake creations on Sunday and call it Sunday Sweets. I'm stealing that title. Yesterday my family went to the annual Greek Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. The festival is an elbow-to-elbow affair of awesome people in cool clothes eating the most delicious food they'll have all week. Gyros, souvlaki, baklava, roasted lamb...and our family favorite, loukoumades. Loukoumades are a swe
Stubborn young people fighting their destiny. Corrupting influence of cult practices. Surprising romances. Greed. Murder. With something like 17 books under my belt it isn't hard to see some running themes in them...issues that spark my interest, grab my attention, issues I want to spend time exploring. I am totally cool with running themes. I am not at all interested in running! [photo: me, thinking about running.]
Or any other exercise, for that matter. I want to settle in
In 189o, Clark County Washington saw it's only legal hanging. A man by the name of Edward Gallagher had been arrested for the murder of a nice old farmer in Skamania County. He has also, supposedly, stolen $2ooo that the farmer had in his farm.
He was convicted, obviously, since the hanging was legal, but maintained that someone called "Snowball" had actually done it.
Snowball? This makes my head spin. What kind of name was Snowball? A crime name? Was this the kind of man