On refunds, errands, and habits.
The fun thing about writing a novel about an absolutely amateur sleuth is that my protagonist and I get to learn things at the exact same time.
On trains, planes, buses, and parking spots.
So I wanted to show you the differences between the first seven sentences of A Coincidence of Doors and this new novel I am drafting, which we’ll just call MYSTERY BOOK for now.
I’ve decided to write another book AND raise the rates I pay freelancers for guest posts!
Credit freezes and credit scores and credit apps!
You can only cross between worlds at the “coincidences,” i.e. the points in which the two parallel universes are absolutely identical.
We pick up with Ellen having agreed to go with Robin to the world on the other side of his mysterious door, but first she has to take care of a bunch of responsibilities on Earth.
Sooooo after Ellen refuses the call to adventure, she and Grace are off to their next stop: the assisted living home, to visit Grandma Trudy.