Yep, it’s cold, brutal, boring February. But there is one bright spot, in addition to watching Groundhog Day on endless loop: It’s International Typewriter Appreciation Month! Maybe you already know that, because I first wrote this post many Typewriter Months ago. But because I owe a lot to typewriters–in fact, I might not even be here without one–I thought I’d share it again.
We’re delighted to have author Barbara Ross visiting with us today! She pens the popular, Agatha-nominated Maine Clambake mystery series. And her latest novel, Steamed Open, releases next week — just in time for Christmas! Hi Chicks! I’m so happy to be here, especially since I know (and read!) so many of you. I write …
About two months ago, I got The Call. And no, it wasn’t my agent, or my publisher, or Ed McMahon from beyond the grave to inform me I’d won an unfathomable amount of cash from Publishers Clearinghouse. It was a Facebook message from my dear friend, Coffeehouse Mysteries author Cleo Coyle, with an invitation to guest on her multi-author, culinary mystery blog. I accepted on the spot, of course.
Bet you didn’t know that February was International Typewriter Appreciation Month. I didn’t, either, until just now. But typewriters have always played a major role in my life, for better or for worse.