Book signing at Barnes & Noble, Oak Brook, Illinois

Grateful to the York Music Boosters for inviting me to share in their book fair fundraiser at the Oak Brook Center in Oak Brook, Illinois. Great way to start the holiday season on Monday, November 28, 2016.

Using photographs for inspiration

In writing I often use photographs for inspiration. In Haunted Hills, the newest Pameroy Mystery, the character of Tod, who we met in Watched Places, reappears. He will be working with a group of actors doing reenactments of scenes from the early years of Deadwood. They perform on Main Street and take us back to the late 1880’s when Deadwood was a wild …

Snowy day writing…

[video width="1920" height="1080" m4v="https://brendafelber.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Poor-dog-4-6-16.m4v"][/video]  Some days we just have to hunker down and do it. I felt that way today while editing Watched Places for the June publication date and watching snowfall outside my window. Despite loving the change of seasons and grateful for the Arizona warmth I'd enjoyed during the winter months, I found myself wanting to curl up ...

Nature’s beautiful taste…

“A taste for the beautiful is most cultivated out-of-doors, where the is no house and no housekeeper.” Henry David Thoreau

Spider’s web…

  “Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners.” Virginia Woolf

Writing tree

Decision to write a middle grade/preteen mystery series…check. Write and publish the first book…check. Learn techie things…check. Wade through social media and marketing basics…check. Writing tree planted!