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30th Anniversary Flathead River Writers Conference!

Want to learn pro tips from editors, agents, and bestselling authors? The 30th Anniversary Flathead River Writers Conference is the place to be this coming weekend, October 16 and 17, 2021.  Wait–I don’t have time to travel. No problem. The conference is by Zoom. Attend from anywhere, including your comfy couch wearing your jammies. Details …

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Meet Four Montana Mystery Authors – Free Book Event

You are cordially invited to Murder, Incorporated – How Montana Authors Kill People…On the Page! Whodunnit? Leslie Budewitz, Christine Carbo, Mark Leichliter, and Debbie Burke Where’s the scene of the crime? Lake Baked Bakery/River View Bar on the Swan River, 191 Mill Street, Bigfork, MT 59911 Time of the crime? 12:30 p.m., Sunday, September 5, …

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Murder, Inc. – Montana authors share how they kill people…on the page!

Last year’s Labor Day book event at the Swan River was so much fun, let’s do it again. Please join me on Sunday, September 5, 12:30 p.m. in Bigfork, Montana on the lawn at Lake Baked Bakery/River View Bar for refreshments, fresh air, and a lively panel discussion about books, mayhem, and murder. My partners …

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Spotted in the Wild – Glacier Park International Airport

Seeing my books for sale in an airport gift shop is great fun! Roughly 5000 people per day travel through Glacier Park International Airport. That adds up to more that 300,000 visitors a year from around the world. Wow! I like to imagine readers carrying my books to far-flung places. Hope my stories make long …

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Magpies

Magpies are not my favorite bird. They’re striking with vivid blue-black and white plumage. But they’re also loud, annoying predators. I’ve had to rescue baby robins from them. I’m forever shooing them from the peanuts I set out for the squirrels. At a safe distance, they watch me through the sliding glass door and, as …

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