Sew Deadly – Issue 24

Posted on Feb 23 2011

Marcy’s Musings

Hi, everybody! I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day. Did you see the Westminster Kennel Club dog show last week?! And did you see Hickory, the Scottish Deerhound who won Best in Show? And did she remind you of anyone? (Hint: ANGUS!) I was so thrilled when I saw her! Of course, had Angus been there, you know he’d have won. But still, I’m happy for Foxcliffe Hickory Wind – a/k/a Hickory. I wonder where she lives…and if she’d be interested in a date with Angus. They could be the next William and Kate! Brangelina! They could be Hickgus! Hmm…that sounds likeĀ a hiccup. I’ll have to work on it. Your suggestions are welcome.

I’ve got a blog gig! (I’m using a lot of exclamation points today, aren’t I?) Anyway, it’s not just me–that has the blog gig, I mean. It’s me, Daphne Martin, and any other Tallulah Falls or Brea Ridge residents who want to post. So today’s spotlight is on the blog. Check it out. I think you’ll enjoy it.

Site Spotlight: Killer Characters

Here is the blog description from the home page: We are the characters–major and minor–who inhabit the pages of some of your favorite cozy mysteries. We’re coming out from between the covers and welcoming you into our lives. So grab a nice cuppa, settle in, and learn what happens when our authors aren’t looking.

We–the Tallulah Falls and Brea Ridge people–will be posting on the 12th of each month. Each month, there is a contest for those who comment on the posts. So drop by, and maybe you’ll win. At the very least, you’ll meet some fascinating characters!

2 responses to “Sew Deadly – Issue 24”

  1. karine says:

    hello, i’m a french stitcher and i’ve read your “marcy’s” books, the 2 of them. i’m really disappointed in not knowing, at the end, why the sampler’s verse had been changed from psalm 21 to dr jekyll & mr hyde? although i understood it was related to mrs ralston’s husband, the explanation wasn’t complete.
    anyhow i enjoyed “stitch me deadly” even more than the previous one.

  2. Gayle says:

    Bonjour, Karine! I’m so glad you’re enjoying the embroidery mystery series. Mrs. Ralston changed the verse to serve as a clue in case she didn’t find her daughter in time. The verse made the connection between “ivy” and Edward, who had been villainous (like Edward Hyde) in his betrayal of her. Hope that helps!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *