Hello from San Francisco Bay!
We’re rolling into winter, and the temperature is dropping in my writing office. The ocean! I work through all those tricky chapters while I’m open water swimming. It’s relaxing and invigorating. Best way to wake up in the morning. Who needs coffee when you throw yourself into 49F degree water?
I’m currently hard at work on Conspiracy of Silence (Ravenwood Mysteries #4). You can follow me on Facebook to read the occasional ‘Working On Now’ snippets such as this one:
“…While an old man dying of pneumonia would be a perfect way to mask a murder, I can’t imagine how one would go about arranging that method of death.”
Isobel considered this problem. “It would require a knowledge of his habits and a fair amount of luck, but it could be done.”
“I’ll try not to get suspicious when you leave the window open at night.”
She clucked her tongue. “And be forced to find a new ship’s cook? Never.”
I know you are all chomping at the bit for book four. Since I can’t write more than two books a year and there are 365 days, I thought I’d introduce my readers to other authors and share book series that are similar to mine.
THE BOOK CORNER
The truth is rarely simple.
London 1884. Victorian industrialist Alexander Glenville is a man with many secrets. Fleet Street reporter Penny Green is tasked with working undercover as a maid in his home, but tragedy strikes when Glenville’s daughter is poisoned.
Penny’s insider knowledge is crucial for Scotland Yard’s murder investigation, but someone in the Glenville household already suspects that she’s more than just a servant. Can Penny and Inspector James Blakely solve the mystery before Penny’s cover is blown?
Praise for the series from Amazon reviewers:
“Emily Organ takes you right back to Victorian London.”
“As a fan of Anne Perry’s books, I am thrilled to find this author.”
“Very authentic. One of my favorite historic times.”