Twice I used real people as inspiration, and twice I had to change them before the book went to print. Their spot-on depiction rushed straight at me and ran into with my conscience. I hadn’t meant to capture them so dead right. Certainly, it was because I knew them well, even though decades had passed since our last meeting. And as with most things that bring a sense of relief, my decision had been a good one, as I reconnected with one of them on Facebook recently. Someday I’ll fess up and we’ll both laugh about it. That said, I’m still glad I changed the character. He was a pisser.
a fun, flirty romantic mystery. And the first of many Rylie Keyes mysteries.
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Marianne, thanks so much for visiting with us today! Your book sounds delightful and I always love a good mystery :)
I do have to say that i'm especially excited for the Blueberry Cobbler. That's one fruit that's a favorite in our house!!
Readers, thanks so much for stopping by and make sure you get your copy of Malicious Mischief !!
Until next time, happy reading !