Monthly Archives: June 2014

1940’s Southern Murder Mystery: To Kill A Debutante

THE MESDAMES ARE PROUD TO BRING YOU NEWS OF THIS SPECIAL UP-COMING EVENT: You are cordially invited to the 15th Annual Debutante Ball for Miss Rita LaBeauregard in Southern Georgia. Miss LaBeauregard has found a suitor 15 times but tragically … Continue reading

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Raising a Glass to the Best Bloody Conference Ever! ~ by Donna Carrick

What do you call 250 Canadian Crime Writers at the Toronto Hyatt Regency in June? A Bloody Blast, that’s what! Chaired by our own Mme Cheryl Freedman (aka She Who Must Be Obeyed), featuring Canadian Guest of Honour Vicki Delany, … Continue reading

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Life is like a book of chocolates ~ Guest blogger Lisa de Nikolits

Life is like a book of chocolates. Yeah, I know, that doesn’t make a whole lot of sense! But bear with me and let me explain. I am a bookaholic and a chocoholic and it occurred to me the other … Continue reading

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Arthur Ellis Awards ~ June 5, 2014, Arts & Letters Club, Toronto

Well, Friends, the results are in. Our beloved THIRTEEN did not win the Arthur Ellis Award last night, but it certainly made a terrific showing, with TWO nominations for Best Short Story. Our two nominees are: Watermelon Weekend by Donna … Continue reading

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