Hi Louisa! *waving*
I didn't know you were just right up the street in the OCC chapter! 🙂 We should meet up sometime! 🙂
THanks for commenting! I'm glad Night Walker caught your interest…
What a fantastic background about your book. You've got my interest now! (And welcome to the OCC blog!)
Hi Kitty –
SOmetimes i get the best idea just from researching random things… Unsolved mysteries are my favorite though! 🙂
THanks for commenting…
Hi Lisa, welcome! I have to say, after reading your post, I started wondering about what could have happened and what you decided to do in your book, and then – what else can I dig up historically that would really springboard my imagination into a far better story! Woo-hoo!! LOL!! Maybe I'll try to do some "unnecessary" research just in case. LOL!
Hi Rayka –
I think seeing a ghost in my car would probably make me crash too! LOL
I like to write and read scary stuff but in real like I'm a big chicken! 🙂
THanks for commenting!
Hi Darcy –
I loved the unsolved mysteries show!!! And did you ever used to watch In Search of? I used to love that show too! 🙂
Thanks for commenting! And I'm so glad Night Walker is on your list… Hope you enjoy it!
What a cool source of inspiration for your book.
Linda, I would drive off the free way into the lake if I ever saw a ghost in the car with me….but again, how cool for a story.
I love unsolved mysteries. I used to follow the series even when it was moved to the Lifetime channel.
Congrats again on your release earlier this month. I love the excerpts I've read on your book and I've added to my gotta have list! Thanks for sharing a bit about yourself & your writing…*S*
Hi Mia –
Thanks for adding Night Walker to you TBR pile! 🙂 My Kindle is full of all sorts of books…
It's such a treat to steal a little time away from the keyboard to read! 🙂
Hi Linda W.! *waving*
Hee! I love that we're making our own coven of West Coast vampires… LOL
Thanks for commenting!
Hi Kara –
Oh that is such a cool story behind your house!!!
Maybe someday you can weave it into a novel of its own… Never know, right? 🙂
Thanks for the warm welcome to the OCC blog! 🙂
Ooo! Another book for the TBR pile. At this rate, I am never getting any of my own writing done. Congratulations on your release.
Vampires on the beach are a given, Lisa! Nick has his office in Santa Monica. :} And yours is so cool with his house and all.
I'm the same way with unsolved mysteries.
Hi, Lisa, welcome to the OCC blog! I love unsolved mysteries. I live in a mysterious old house that used to be a girls' school, where some scandal caused the school to be shut down. (I think it had to do with the principal and a corporal punishment incident.) I haven't tried as hard as I could to uncover the mystery. But I love the fact that our walls still have little-girl paint handprints on some of the walls.
Hi Linda –
Wow! That would be an amazing coincidence wouldn't it??? Yow! LOL
Let me know if you find out where your ghost is traveling… 🙂
Thanks for commenting!
Hi Brooke –
Joining RWA was definitely a huge step in teh right direction for me!
it's a super organization and anytime you can get together with other writers, you always come away inspired… Or at least I do! LOL
Enjoy your new Chapter! 🙂
HI Lisa. Unsolved mysteries = I have a ghost that sometimes rides around in my car. I can see her in peripheral vision sometimes, then she's gone. Not scary, though. What I should do is figure out WHERE I'm driving when she visits. Maybe her presence has to do with some site I'm passing.
And I do pass that mission you've written about quite frequently. Wouldn't that be a coincidence?
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Hi Lisa! Loved seeing you on the RWA blog today. I just joined the RWA as well as my local chapter. So fun, and such a great organization.
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