Post a comment on my blog on any day between April 30 and June 1 and your name will entered in a drawing for one of my trivia books. Three names will be drawn, one for each book.
When I contacted author Stephen Brayton about interviewing me on his blog, he quickly agreed. But he requested that the interview take place in my happy place or dream location—maybe on the beach in the Riviera, or having coffee in a French Bistro, or trekking across a desert on a camel. I could even invited others to join in. Although I have a lot of favorite places, the only one that made sense was 221B Baker Street, and, of course, I asked Holmes to join us. Big mistake. Holmes dominated the interview.
Stop by Stephen's blog site, Brayton's Briefs, for the complete interview and please leave a comment. I couldn't get a word in. Holmes answered all the questions before I could clear my throat.
Stop by tomorrow, too, and read what romance/suspense writer, Vonnie Hughes, say about the importance of setting in a novel.
My three mystery trivia books have been updated and reissued by LL-Publications: The Agatha Christie Triviography and Quiz Book, The Alfred Hitchcock Triviography and Quiz Book, and The Sherlock Holmes Triviography and Quiz Book.