I belong to a writers' group. I've attended it the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from noon to two for years and years. We critique each other's work and yak the business side of writing. When I'm fussing about a plot or a problem, they give me ideas, and I do the same for them. Not all writing groups are created equal, I know. I've heard the horror stories, but ours is exceptional, and I consider myself lucky. I've made friends online with writers, too. Some of them become as close as people I've met in the flesh. So when a writer friend whose work I admire has a release day or something to celebrate, I've decided to share it with you. This week, I'd like to introduce Mae Clair's new mystery/suspense novel, A Thousand Yesteryears. Mae's a lover of cryptozoology--creatures of legends whose existence can't be proven. In this novel, she features the Mothman and pins a mystery on one of his sightings. I've bought and started the book. A good read!
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