Interview with Elizabeth Buhmann, Author of Blue Lake

  Yesterday we posted a review of Elizabeth Buhmann's novel BLUE LAKE. Today we hear from the author herself:   Where did you get the idea for Blue Lake? A friend told me something about her family history. Her grandmother, who was born in 1910, had 12 children. By the time the last child came … Continue reading Interview with Elizabeth Buhmann, Author of Blue Lake

A Mid-Century Murder: Elizabeth Buhmann’s Blue Lake

  "Rural Virginia, 1945. The Second World War had just ended when Alice Hannon found the lifeless body of her five-year-old daughter, Eugenie, floating in Blue Lake. The tragedy of the little girl’s death destroyed the Hannon family. "More than twenty years later, Alice’s youngest daughter, Regina, returns home after a long estrangement because her … Continue reading A Mid-Century Murder: Elizabeth Buhmann’s Blue Lake

Other People’s Words

I stayed up late the past two nights and didn't make up for the sleep lost. As a result,  my attention span hasn't kicked in, and since an attention span is almost essential to my writing, today's post focuses on what other people have written. *** Totsymae climbed a ladder the other day but came … Continue reading Other People’s Words