What is dementia anyway?

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

The proofreader for my second second Sophie and Sam mystery happens to be a social worker with a lot of experience in nursing homes. She questioned a scene in which a group of nursing home residents are being wheeled through Bok Tower Gardens. She said nursing homes do not

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75 out of 405 not a bad turnout at 55th.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

From Saint Paul to Wausau and back I crossed a dozen rivers flowing full with water. You can’t imagine how exciting that can be unless you live in the desert West, where “river” means “dry gulch except during monsoon season.” I think it was the Black River that was particularly inviting. It

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Like the butterfly I am watching….

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

A butterfly poised on a branch crowded with Orange Jubilee blossoms (Tacoma stans) is moving his wings so fast it brings to mind the expression, “butterflies in my stomach.” That’s what I have.

On Saturday my first mystery book was “launched” at Clues Unlimited, the only specialized mystery bookstore

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“Even if writers become immortal, books must end,…”

Trudy Heeb photo montage

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

Editing the second book in my series of six “Sophie and Sam” mysteries, this phrase is meaningful in a practical sense.  I am about three-thousand words over my self-imposed limit.  The longer the book, the more it will cost, and I am determined to keep a paperback under $15,

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If you don’t mind getting dizzy . . .

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

SOPHIE REDESIGNED now is on Amazon’s Kindle.  You can even see a FREE SAMPLE.  There were problems at first:  not only had the italicized sections been lost, but all the text was centered, so it read more like a long, narrative poem.  It was even hard to tell where

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