Happy New Year! You know I try to limit the number of posts I do, but there was no way I could resist sharing this lovely review of Murder at the Bijou.
I hope you’ll visit Teri’s blog and say hello to her. (I did not enable comments here… A sinus infection, nasty beast, sneaked up on me last night…)
Oh, and I have a special treat coming with this week’s Jazz Age Wednesdays — stay tuned.
You’re all the berries!
Long ago I developed a writing exercise. I would ask friends to give me three completely random things. Then I would write until I had mentioned all the things. I brought that exercise to my blog, but I had the readers send me their things. I let the random things drive every detail of a serial story, setting, plot, and characters. That resulted in The Three Things Serial Story, which gave birth to this culinary mystery. However, this time the “things” are food related — or ingredients.
As with the first serial, Murder at the Bijou — Three Ingredients I is a spontaneously written, pantser story. I let the “ingredients” readers sent each week drive every aspect of a new serial story. This is the “bookized” version of that serial.
This time the Jazz Age setting is Savannah, Georgia where our flapper, Pip is “sentenced” to live with her grandmother…
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