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Month: February 2019

Spotlight on mystery author Keenan Powell

Spotlight on mystery author Keenan Powell

I am delighted to welcome mystery author Keenan Powell to my blog today! She is here to share more about her Maeve Malloy Mystery series, the first of which – DEADLY SOLUTION – has been nominated for a Lefty Best Debut and an Agatha Best First. Congratulations, Keenan! Here is your chance to learn more about her books, interest in Ireland, and Dungeon and Dragons, as well as the importance of Alaska in her work. Spotlight on Keenan Powell Please…

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Memoirs and Travelogues by Travel By Book

Memoirs and Travelogues by Travel By Book

Explore new destinations from the comfort of your home! Go off the beaten path with these explorers, expats and volunteers as you travel through the Netherlands, Nepal, Thailand, France, Spain, India, Greece, Kenya and Australia by book. Featured in this post are non-fiction memoirs and travelogues written by Jennifer S. Alderson, Alison Alderton, EJ Bauer, Jill Dobbe, Robert Fear, Margaret Halliday, Rob Johnson, Susie Kelly and Gus Pegel. Travel By Book is a Facebook group for authors and readers who enjoy…

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Asmat art and artifacts in Dutch Museums: Inspirations for Rituals of the Dead

Asmat art and artifacts in Dutch Museums: Inspirations for Rituals of the Dead

The art and carved objects created by the Asmat of Papua inspired my artifact mystery, Rituals of the Dead. Here are some photographs of the Missie (Mission) Museum Steyl’s Papua New Guinea collection, as well as that of the Tropenmuseum – in particular their fantastic bis poles. Missie Museum Steyl is a fascinating museum located in Southern tip of the Netherlands. You can read more about Museum Steyl, their Asmat collection, the colonial origins of many ethnographic museums the locations described in…

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Caught between two cultures: how emigration influenced my writing by Lucia N. Davis

Caught between two cultures: how emigration influenced my writing by Lucia N. Davis

It is my pleasure to welcome mystery author Lucia N. Davis back to my blog. Today she is sharing with us a new article about her latest book, The Secrets of Sinclair Lodge, and how moving abroad can influence your fiction writing. Caught between two cultures: how emigration influenced my writing About fifteen years ago I moved across the Atlantic, because the man I fell in love with happened to be an American. I don’t consider myself an expat anymore—my…

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