I spent a fun weekend at the New England Crime Bake, the annual conference of the local chapter of Sisters in Crime. Saw some old friends, met a few new ones. So many of the people there have written 30… Continue reading
1. Tell me a little bit about who you are and where you live. – I taught high school French in the 1970s then worked for 30 years in the insurance industry. I… Continue reading
I had a lovely chat the other day with Laurie Kirby of WBZ Radio’s “The Women’s Watch.” Such a nice lady! She taped a short interview with me which should air sometime around Veteran’s Day. Details to follow when available.
I’m looking forward to speaking at the Abington Public Library at 6:30 on Tuesday October 17. Hoping to see a few old friends and former students
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief of the Midwest Book Review, says: “An impressive crafted and unfailingly entertaining novel by a master of the genre, “Sweet Dreams, Sweet Death” by P. K. Norton is the first volume of what promises to be… Continue reading
This summer’s Cape Cod Writers Conference was, as usual, both enjoyable and informative. For me, the highlight was the presentation by the Chief Forensic Investigator for the state of Connecticut. After all, if you’re going to write about gruesome things,… Continue reading
In the Beginning
I’ve been a writer all my life. I only recently became an author. The necessary step to go from writer to author is actually being published. That took me 25 years.
In junior high and high… Continue reading
I’ve been a member of Sister’s in Crime for some time now and have really enjoyed being part of their organization. It is a great place meet mystery writers, mystery supporters and mystery readers.