Writers can be a superstitious lot and I’m no different.
Tomorrow morning I’ll be running out to the nearest Panera Bread to pick up a spinach and artichoke soufflé.
I eat a soufflé from Panera because years ago I was eating one when my dear friend, Cyndi said, “You should write with that voice” because I’d said something snarky. Now it’s my equivalent of a baseball player wearing lucky socks.
I’ve enjoyed writing each and every adventure. There are moments when I laugh, others when I cry, and I’m constantly surprised by the twists and turns Maggie’s life has taken.
Most of all, I’m grateful to the readers who’ve gone on this wild ride with me. Thank you!!
Even a good man makes mistakes…
In Maggie Lee’s topsy-turvy world, Angel Delveccio is one of the good guys, but now it seems he’s gotten himself into some trouble. Can she get him out of it?
It’s not like she doesn’t have enough problems of her own. She’s struggling to pacify both the people and pets of her household — all of whom aren’t shy about voicing their litany of complaints and demands about their new home.
Stretched thin, Maggie attempts to broker familial peace while simultaneously contending with an external threat that revolves around a human skull.
And let’s not forget that a certain mobster has tasked her with keeping his nephew out of hot water.
Can Maggie protect Angel while keeping her family safe and together, or will someone be lost?