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Campbell House Reading

Campbell House Reading

I’ve shared a final reading from Cupboards All Bared over on YouTube! This one’s a long one, and very special, because it includes photographs of the Campbell House to go with the reading! You can learn more about the Campbell House here on my website, and I’ll be sharing more next week! MARK YOUR CALENDARS! …

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Cupboards All Bared Reading 4

Cupboards All Bared Reading 4

In this reading we return to the body in Hangman Creek, a location you can still visit today, this time to introduce two real-life historical figures: Coroner Nathan M. Baker and Officer Walter Lawson. You can learn more about both of them in my blog here about historical characters. In this sequel to Butcher, Baker, Candlestick …

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The President is Coming to Spokane (in 1901)

The President is Coming to Spokane (in 1901)

Did you miss my presentation with the Spokane Public Library about the President Coming to Spokane (in 1901)? Never fear! It was recorded, and you can now view at your leisure! If you liked that, subscribe to my YouTube channel where you’ll find presentations, readings, and more! Be sure to check around my website for more information …

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Cupboards All Bared Reading 3

Cupboards All Bared Reading 3

In this reading I’ll be introducing you to a new character: Peter Bach, reporter for the Spokesman-Review! I also share personal videos of Hangman Creek, a location you can still visit today! In this sequel to Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, we’re once again transported to Spokane, 1901. A body discovered in Hangman Creek looks to be …

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How Libraries Help Authors

How Libraries Help Authors

Looking for something to read this summer? Check out books from your library! Worried it doesn’t support authors? Learn more about how libraries help authors in more ways than one in my new video on YouTube! Thank you Spokane County Library, Spokane Public Library, Stevens County Library, and Pikes Peak Library District for offering my …

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History to Mystery in Colorado

History to Mystery in Colorado

I recently had the honor of sharing my History to Mystery presentation with the Pikes Peak Library District in Colorado Springs! That’s right: you don’t have to be from Spokane or even familiar with Spokane to enjoy the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries! In fact, some of the top reviews have come from people NOT from …

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Cupboards All Bared Reading 2

Cupboards All Bared Reading 2

I’ve got another reading from Cupboards All Bared for you! In this sequel to Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, we’re once again transported to Spokane, 1901. A body discovered in Hangman Creek looks to be the result of an accidental fall, but what begins as a “simple” mystery for Thomas Carew and his twin brother Bernard …

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Indie Books in Bookstores

Indie Books in Bookstores

Did you know my husband, Andrew D Meredith, writes in the fantasy genre? His first book, Thrice, a Slavic fantasy, is about a man and his boy on the road: think Mandalorian set in a Slavic mythos. I had the honor of joining him in an interview with author Katherine D Graham about Getting Indie …

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Cupboards All Bared Release Day Reading

Cupboards All Bared Release Day Reading

In celebration of today’s release of Cupboards All Bared, Book Two in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries, I wanted to share a reading with you! Watch it here or over on YouTube and be sure to subscribe to my channel to be notified when I post new videos! Cupboards All Bared is available in all formats …

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Cupboards All Bared Release Day!

Cupboards All Bared Release Day!

It’s here! Trumpets sound! *And there was much rejoicing!* That’s right, Cupboards All Bared, Book 2 in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries, is NOW AVAILABLE! “Murder, con games, and assassination in 1901 Washington state with the President’s life on the line. Ms. Meredith writes another taut and tightly plotted thriller in the Spokane Clock Tower series, one not …

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