Entries by Dru Ann Love

Reading Mojo and LCC

I don’t have much to say. I lost my reading mojo due to medical complications. I got it back by reading a domestic thriller (Teach Her A Lesson by Kate Flora) which is not my preferred genre. Then I followed that up with reading the last book (The Last Remains) in a beloved series by […]

Setting dates

Bouchercon convention is fast approaching. This year it is being held in Minneapolis, Minnesota and it will be my first time in this city. For those that don’t know, Bouchercon is the world’s finest annual crime fiction event, bringing together more than 1,500 authors, fans, publishers, reviewers, booksellers, editors, and every other part of the […]

Weekend with Friends by Dru Ann Love

by Dru Ann Love Every year me and two of my friends plan a weekend getaway. We’ve been to Boston, Denver, Savannah, and most recently Memphis and Tennessee. Whatever is our destination, I always look to see if I have any author friends in the area and plan a lunch. I like to introduce them […]

Going in . . .by Dru Ann

This past month, I got on a plane or two or three to attend two reader/fan conventions. First was to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Left Coast Crime convention. This was the first time I was in a crowd of over 100 people. Was I anxious, yes, but that feeling of being among your tribe […]

Caddyshack revisited by Dru Ann Love

We have pigeons. They can be annoying when they gather. Especially on my balcony railing. I’ve tried everything. Shooing them off the balcony. Spritzing them with water. And yet the continue to land on my railing and make a mess. Now they come onto the balcony and walk around leaving a mess there as well. […]

Rambles from a reader by Dru Ann Love

I have nothing. I was going to give you stats from my blog, but decided it wasn’t important for this blog. Check out my blog at drusbookmusing.com. Would you like seeing those stats? I was going to talk about return to the office – first week in July. Have you returned back to the office? […]

It’s That Time Again by Dru Ann Love

where I have to come up with a post about whatever. And like always, I have nothing. So I’ll ramble along until my word count reach 150. How is everyone doing during this pandemic crisis? Me, I’m so-so.  When you choose to live alone, it is nothing. You go about your business and life goes […]