Tag Archives: Shadows at the Spring Show

When Days Are Dark

In April I attended three writers/fans conferences, one for people who write or illustrate books for children, and two for mystery readers and writers. I also spoke at one library, visited one school in person, and visited another school via Skype. Since then … Continue reading

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The Glamorous Life of an Antiques Dealer

Lea Wait, here. (You couldn’t guess by the title above?) I’ve been an antique print dealer since 1977. Before that, in the 1950s and 60s, as a child, I helped my grandmother (or at least tried to help her) with … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Adoption Month

Lea Wait, here, writing about a subject many of you know is close to my heart. November, the month when many of us gather with our families to celebrate the joys of eating too much turkey, stuffing and varied traditional vegetable … Continue reading

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Cooking (From)The Books

Lea Wait, here. As many of you know, so far I’ve been published in two genres: historical fiction for young people, and contemporary mysteries for adults. But besides my name on the cover, my books have other characteristics in common.                                                                                          Of my … Continue reading

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