Greetings Blog Friends!
November is fast approaching, and with it, built-in pressure and consternation about the Presidential election and concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here in the Northeast, the trees are shedding their leaves, and quickly, the light shines brighter, with no canopy to shield it. But before November comes my favorite holiday - Halloween!
Sadly, but necessarily so, Woodstock will not hold its traditional parade on Tinker Street this year, when kids and adults dress up in fantastic costumes and throng the streets. I will really miss that. Enjoy a small assortment of my Halloween snaps from over the years. My best to you and stay well, Fern
Tablecloth Nights, a Memoir, is available at Amazon.com in paperback and ebook.
I'm working on an outline for my next book, a Cozy Mystery. A Cozy mystery is defined as: a subgenre of crime fiction in which sex and violence occur off stage, the detective is an amateur sleuth, and the crime and detection take place in a small, socially intimate community. My story will be set in the Catskills. This promises to be fun! I'm encouraged to have a "punny" title...which I'm getting close to deciding.
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Fern Suess writes, snaps, and makes art. She recently published Tablecloth Nights, a Memoir, which can be purchased in paperback or e-book, at Amazon.com. She's happy with a camera or a book in her hand, likes to write and read in her car or in a coffee shop (pre-pandemic). She loves the smell of paint, works in mixed media, collage, and three dimensional concepts, and has exhibited in group and solo shows and outdoor installations.
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