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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Why mystery fiction matters

I'm on Day Two of my blog tour, guesting at John Hartness's blog and opining on why mystery fiction is important.  Join me...


  1. Left comment but it seems to have disappeared--in approval limbo? Hopefully not deleted.

  2. Hi, Liz,

    I don't have any unmoderated comments from you, so I hope Blogger didn't eat it. The last comment that I see was moderated on July 20. As I recall, a day or two might have passed before I moderated it, because I was sick last week. Look on the comments after Camille's entry and see if that's it. Sorry for the trouble.

  3. Sorry you've been ill. Hope you have recovered fully. Comment doesn't matter--nothing profound, but blogging is new to me, so I'm somewhat insecure. Who knows where it went. Someplace cool (as in less warm) perhaps.

  4. It wouldn't be the first time I've felt like a computer was frustrating me on purpose. :) Sorry it happened to you...

  5. No, you shouldn't change professions. I value your work because I get tired at the end of the day , like most other people, of dealing with the reality of everyday life and the mundane chores involved. My mind and my spirit need a way to temporarily disengage and recharge. That's what reading fiction and following the adventures of Faye does for me.

  6. Thanks, Arkansas Papa. :) I needed to hear that. I'm so glad you enjoy Faye's adventures.