... because a girl can't read or write or eat dessert all the time
Mary. I'm a writer who
gave up knitting years ago because there
were only so many hours in the day and carpal tunnel braces in the
house. But knitting, like the UnDead, has crept back again. And
this time I'm doing wrist exercises.
Stories That Got
(and into a book)
"The Thrill of the Chase"
Going Out With A Bang:
A Crime and Mystery Collection
by the Ladies' Killing Circle
Blood on the Holly:
An Anthology of Christmas Mysteries
edited by Caro Soles
(a Crime Writers of Canada Collection)
Fit to Die
by The Ladies' Killing Circle
"Knitting for Love"
KnitLit: Sweaters and Their Stories
edited by Linda Roghaar and Molly Wolf
Three Rivers Press
The Non-Knitting Burning Questions
What should I wear tomorrow?
If I spend three hours baking bread instead of walking twenty minutes to the store and back and then writing for two and a half hours, am I still being productive? (answer: of course!)
If I went for another job, which ones are more exciting than sitting in a chair typing?
Who can possibly save my brain, right now? and maybe give me something to listen to while I cook. Anybody?
Speaking of which - what should I cook?
Should I buy this non-book item? What do other customers say about it?
Is there someplace I can hear the whole song before I download it?
Ooooh, and while I'm here, can I see Christopher Walken tapdancing again?
I wonder whether IKEA has anything new to get this place organized once and for all?