Entries by Debra

An Exercise in Motivation

An Exercise in Motivation by Debra H. Goldstein People who exercise have always fascinated me. One of my friends thinks she’s in heaven if she gets two long walks in during a day; another one can’t survive without at least four yoga classes a week; one installed a dance bar and mirror in her home […]

Three Things with Lynn McPherson

Three Things with Lynn McPherson – by Debra H. Goldstein I had so much fun playing the Three Things Game when Shari Randall interviewed me last month, that I decided to pass it forward by playing the game with Stiletto Gang member Lynn McPherson. Lots of good answers and some I didn’t expect! Three favorite […]

November 2021 Releases

  November 2021 Releases Presented by Dru Ann Love as previously reported on Dru’s Musings Here is a list of over 65 new titles representing major genres such as cozy mysteries, traditional mysteries, historical mysteries, and others releasing this month, with eight debut series. The longest running series on this list is the “Murder She […]

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Watch Out – the Frying Pan is Armed! by Debra H. Goldstein We all know that I’m not Suzy Homemaker, but this time even I don’t know what I did. I hope some of you out there can tell me how I blew up my favorite frying pan.   As you recall, during the pandemic, […]

Interview with The Stiletto Gang’s Newest Blogger – Meri Allen

Interview with The Stiletto Gang’s Newest Blogger – Meri Allen by Debra H. Goldstein I’m delighted to introduce you to The Stiletto Gang’s Newest Blogger, Meri Allen, through this “Three Things” interview. Meri Allen is the author of the new Ice Cream Shop mystery series. Her debut, The Rocky Road to Ruin, stars Riley Rhodes, a […]

Bringing Home the Gold (or the Silver Falchion)

Bringing Home the Gold (or the Silver Falchion) by Debra H Goldstein The Olympics produced many discussions from what is the twisties to whether Americans have the wrong mindset in terms of medals. The reality is that we celebrate winning the gold, but don’t have the same excitement for silver or bronze. Who ever saw […]

Why Do You Read Blogs? by Debra H. Goldstein

Why Do You Read Blogs? by Debra H. Goldstein In the past, I’ve written about the reasons I write blogs. Some include interacting with readers, hoping to attract new readers, sharing my thoughts in a forum that reaches more people than journaling would, and because I enjoy it. I also subscribe to several blogs and […]

Better Than Christmas! – Mystery in the Midlands is coming!

 Better than Christmas! – Mystery in the Midlands is coming!  by Debra H Goldstein  Mystery in the Midlands is coming virtually, and I can’t wait!    Last year, over nine hundred (you read that right – over 900) readers and authors attended the virtual four and one-half hour Crowdcast conference co-sponsored by Southeast Mystery Writers […]

Bidding Farewell to a Dear Friend by Debra H. Goldstein

Bidding Farewell to a Dear Friend by Debra H. Goldstein This year, I said good-bye to my personal library. Our aging physical infirmities and our old house no longer matched. Our new house, which we can’t believe we built during the pandemic, is perfect for us. Although there is a guest bedroom and bath upstairs, […]