Saturday, October 23, 2010

Coming Out



By Molly Pink

This is where I get worried. Just a little over a week and You Better Knot Die hits the bookstores. It’s so revealing to have your life, loves and sleuthing activities out where the old world can see them.

This time, it’s the holidays in Tarzana. So much is going on at the bookstore thanks to the new yarn department and all the snowflakes I have to make. And there’s this trouble with my neighbor just when all anybody really wants to think about is the new Anthony book. Everybody wants to know the real identity of the author of the series about the handsome, sexy vampire who crochets. One of the new Hookers actually swooned thinking of how Anthony stroked his hook. She is such an Anthony fanatic, she created a vampire scarf. I convinced her to put the pattern in the book.

I get worried about what everybody will think about my adventures. Some reviewer said something about them being like “I Love Lucy.” I don’t know what she means. Solving a murder is serous business. Well, maybe there was that run in with a surly elf.

That’s it. I’ll just close my eyes and hope for the best.

15 comments:

  1. Molly, I'm looking forward to reading about your adventure in the coming week or so. It sounds like you have a very interesting time. As for the "I Love Lucy" reference, just remember how many millions of people love that show. :) Lucy was a little crazy, but everybody loves her. I'm thinking you're right up there with her. Good luck.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  2. Molly, we all love your adventures so much that all thirty or so of us buy the books the minute they come out. None of this waiting and passing around used copies. Nope. We read them right away and hold a sort of onboard book club during the bus ride from Erie to Threadville.

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  3. I love your books Molly. Mysteries, bookstore and crocheting. Three of my favorite things. Work in some amateur photography and you'd be living one of my dream lives. Can't wait for the new book.

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  4. Molly,

    Your story sounds like a lot of fun. My grandma Leofanti crocheted baby blankets for all her grand and great grandkids.

    Skye

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  5. Closing your eyes and hoping for the best; yep, that sounds like Lucy Ricardo! Can't wait for the new book! See ya 'round the bookstores!

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  6. Mason, I think you might be right about the crazy part.

    ~Molly

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  7. Ladies from Threadville, You are wonderful!

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  8. Bookwoman, there is some photography in the book, but I'm afraid I dont even qualify as an amatuer.

    ~Molly

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  9. Skye, I think crocheted baby blankets make the best gifts.

    ~Molly

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  10. Signlady 217, I'm glad you're so anxious for my next adventure in murder solving.

    ~Molly

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  11. I think everyone will be fascinated by your adventures!

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  12. Excellent! A new to me series! I was looking for an addition to my holiday reading stack and this one fits the proverbial bill! I look forward to seeing how you all tick...

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  13. Mary, I hope you're right. I like to think that while there are dead bodies in my adventures, everybody still has a good time.

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  14. Vickie, thank you for letting me join your holiday reading stack.

    ~Molly

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  15. I love your series. It always gets me in the mood to crochet. I am ready for another adventure with Molly.

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