Jun 30, 2018
Author of the Deadly Edits and Liss MacCrimmon Mysteries
Interview starts at 16:16 and ends at 44:12
“What I try to do is after I get up and have my coffee and my toast, is to come into my office and sit down and write at least one scene, the next scene in the story. I do that usually seven days a week.”
My comparison of Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant
Alexa on iPhone and iPad (TechCrunch)
Interview with Kathy Lynn Emerson
Crime & Punctuation (first in the Deadly Edits Series) by Kaitlyn Dunnett
The Liss MacCrimmon Mysteries by Kaitlyn Dunnett
Murder in a Cornish Alehouse: An Elizabethan Thriller (A Mistress Jaffrey Mystery) by Kathy Lynn Emerson
“Lack of Oxford comma costs Maine company millions in overtime dispute” by Daniel Victor at The Boston Globe - March 16, 2017
Kathy Lynn Emerson’s four-book Diana Spaulding Mysteries series published by Belgrave House
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