Skye Denison Boyd from Denise Swanson’s New York Times bestselling Scumble River mystery series talks about her honeymoon.
Hi! My name is Skye Denison Boyd. I just added that third name last night and am now ready to start my honeymoon. Back home in Scumble River, a small town in Central Illinois, I work as a school psychologist, but for the next week, my only job is to get used to being Mrs. Wally Boyd. Or as Barbara Streisand so eloquently sang, Sadie the married lady.
Not that I had any doubts, but I was sure that I had chosen the right guy to marry, when he surprised me with a Caribbean cruise for our honeymoon. Not just a cruise, but a suite! Wally said that he got a really good deal because the travel agent had some sort of large group booked on this trip. Considering who I thought I saw on the staircase when we were waiting for the elevator, I sure hope our ship isn’t crawling with folks from our hometown. While I love my fellow Scumble Riverites, I don’t want to share my honeymoon with them.
Still, as long as no one gets murdered, I guess the rest doesn’t matter. Just keep your fingers crossed for me that no bodies turn up. I so don’t want to be investigating a murder during my honeymoon.
If you’re interested in Skye’s honeymoon, read all about it in Murder of a Needled Knitter, which debuts September 2. It can be preordered at
--New York Times bestselling author Denise Swanson writes the Scumble River and the Devereaux’s Dime Store mysteries.