Thursday, May 2, 2019

Spring is coming... It has to...

By Cat Latimer in Sconed to Death by Lynn Cahoon

It's been a long winter here in Aspen Hills. I've been waiting for spring ot finally show up so I can spend some time outside in the new flower bed Seth made for me in the front of the house. I'm excited to plan a bed that will not only give us blooms in the spring, but all season long. Up through and including fall.

We might not have a long planting season, but I want to make the most of it. Shawna's been talking about building an herb garden in the back near the barn. I think she has both Seth and Uncle Pete convinced to get the bed set up this spring. I like vegetable gardens, but I love flower beds. 

The house that Michael and I bought together has somehow turned into a home without him. And with my first love, Seth. I swear, he loves the house as much as I do. And maybe more than he loves me.

We've got a retreat coming up and I'm really excited about meeting new authors. Being the retreat hostess has done great things for my own writing. Mostly it makes me stop and be sociable with others at least once a month. Which gives me more ideas for the books. Not that I'd eavesdrop or anything. Especially not at the lawn and garden store where everyone is this weekend getting new plants.

So what about you? Are you a Gardener? Or do you like your garden section in the grocery store.

Sconed to Death
May 28th. 2019

Cat Latimer pursues a scone-cold killer who iced a top chef in a local bakery . . .

Cat has a full plate at her Aspen Hills Warm Springs Resort, as a group of aspiring cozy mystery authors arrives for a writers retreat. So when baker Dee Dee Meyer stirs up trouble by filing a false complaint with the health inspector against the B&B—all because she insists Cat's best friend Shauna stole her recipes—Cat marches into the shop to confront her.

But Dee Dee's about to have her own batch of trouble. Greyson Finn—a celebrity chef and, until today, one of Denver's most eligible bachelors—has been found dead in her bakery. Cat's uncle Pete, who happens to be the chief of police, warns her not to engage in any half-baked sleuthing. But as her curiosity rises, Cat's determined to discover who served the chef his just desserts—before the killer takes a powder . . .

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1 comment:

  1. I love to garden!! It looks so pretty when everything is in bloom.