Monthly Archives: June 2011

Writing With … Sophie Littlefield

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Sophie Littlefield is a one-woman charm machine. Anyone who has met her can back me up on this. She’s also extremely talented and mind-bogglingly prolific. Her first novel, A BAD DAY FOR SORRY, won an Anthony Award and an RT Book Award for Best First Mystery, and was shortlisted for Edgar, Barry, Crimespree, and Macavity Awards. She writes the post-apocalyptic AFTERTIME series as well as paranormal fiction for young adults. She has two books out this summer, REBIRTH, coming in …

My Father, The Taxidermist

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If you’ve ever wondered who killed Bambi’s mother, I know the answer. It was my dad. Even worse, her head now hangs in the breezeway that runs between my parents’ house and their garage. And if you think deer heads and breezeways don’t really go together, then clearly you’ve never met my father. So, here are a few things you need to know about Raymond Ritter: • He loves his wife, kids and dogs. • He was as athletic in high …

Hitchcock or Disney No. 2

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It’s time for another round of Hitchcock or Disney. I post a quote from a movie and you have to guess who made it, Alfred Hitchcock or Walt Disney. (Bonus points if you guess the name of the movie.) Here is today’s quote: If there’s one thing I know, it’s how to wear the proper clothes.  Think you know which man it came from? Post your guess in the comments section. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share …