That's the one that hits me. We've lost Elizabeth Peters. We'll have no more Amelia Peabody forever. The marvelous adventures in Egypt have come to an end. No more beating people with parasols. No more shirts ruined.
I want to say something intelligent and insightful about this writer, but I really can't. Except that she wrote nearly seventy novels. Excuse me--published nearly seventy novels.
That makes me feel like such a slacker.
While I was writing a new scene for Grave Touched (the sequel to Fey Touched), one character made an offhand comment to another about "memory therapy." I haven't explored that yet, but since Grave Touched is science fantasy and set in a near-future Earth, I'm thinking "memory therapy" could mean erasing bad memories or something along those lines. Since the character being spoken to suffers from PTSD from brainwashing and torture, it would be something to consider...right?
Good morning, you lovely people. I hope you're all having a wonderful Tuesday and are well supplied with tea and chocolate.
Last month I talked about Whodunnit, a murder mystery reality TV show. (I'm still watching. We're down to the last four people, and it's totally the four I picked out as potential murderer candidates. Go me!)
Anyway, I was on the internet somewhere and someone mentioned that they'd put out a companion mystery novel in ebook form. I figured I'd give it a shot.