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Moms, Mom’s Vegan Pandemic Meatloaf and Really?

I’m thankful that my mom introduced me to romance novels and meatloaf at a tender age. Her appetite for both led to my enjoyment of both when I was age appropriate. Being vegan, I thought I’d said good bye to … Continue reading

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Her Last Mission is LIVE and Only 99 Cents

Her Last Mission Live today, July o2, 2020. Announcing the publication of my Better Late Romance, Her Last Mission! Twelfth Night meets Mission Impossible when a retired engineer turned agent goes after a tech firm CEO. Masquerading as her twin … Continue reading

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FREE Book and Prescott Hiking off Jack Trailhead

Free Book I’m celebrating the publication of my Better Late Romance, Her Last Mission, by giving away my lunchtime read Found Dead in Arugula. Arugula is a long-ish short mystery story written to be enjoyed over a lunch or two. … Continue reading

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Jacqueline Diamond’s THE CASE OF THE DESPERATE DOCTOR is on Pre-Order!

Jacqueline’s medical mystery novel The Case of the Desperate Doctor will be released on May 15th! This is the third book in the Safe Harbor Medical mysteries. USA Today best-selling author Jacqueline Diamond has sold more than 100 novels, including romantic … Continue reading

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A Super Deal on the Murder, Mystery and Mayhem Anthology

This just in! The anthology is free for a very limited time. Grab it quick. My own short story, Last of the Skipjack, is a typical day in the life of an engineer—if she were the type to consider mass … Continue reading

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Murder, Mystery & Mayhem Anthology Launch

Looky here! An anthology you will not want to miss. Murder, Mystery & Mayhem! I have been a member of the writers’ group Orange County Fictionaires since 1992. It has made me a better writer and a better friend to writers. … Continue reading

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May 2016 First Friday Breakfast with a Mystery Authors Panel

A slight departure from our usual breakfast with an author interview, today we have a tableful of mystery authors. Let me introduce myself first. I am Michelle Knowlden, a Shamus nominated writer known for quirky mysteries. Besides a hypochondriac detective … Continue reading

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Books that Evoke Chocolate

I’m spending this beautiful weekend marveling over my potato plant and dreaming of chocolate. Welcome to my post comparing favorite books to chocolate. Thank you, Jane Isaac, for tagging me on a chocolate blog hop. You might remember our interview when she … Continue reading

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Sinking Ships: An Abishag’s First Mystery is Now Available on Amazon

O frabjous day!  After a nail-biting wait, Sinking Ships: An Abishag’s First Mystery is now available for Kindle at Amazon.  I’d love to hear what you think and if you like it, please consider writing an Amazon review.  Indie works … Continue reading

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Yerba Mate Tea, Memories of Paraguay, and a Regency Romance

A cold rain blew through southern California yesterday, making me yearn for tea and a good book. In the warmer climate of Paraguay, I discovered yerba mate tea: the tereré version served cold and cocido (“Tea of the Jesuits”) served … Continue reading

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