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July Interviews

7/1 Lena Gregory, Scone Cold Killer
7/8 Jessica Baker, Murder on the Flying Scotsman
7/15 TG Wolff, Driving Reign
7/22 Leslie Budewitz, The Solace of Bay Leaves
7/29 Cynthia Kuhn, The Study of Secrets

Saturday Guest Bloggers

7/11 Mark Dressler
7/18 James McCrone

WWK Bloggers:

7/4 Valerie Burns
7/25 Kait Carson


Susan Van Kirk's Three May Keep A Secret has been republished by Harlequinn's Worldwide Mystery. The WWK interview about the book can be accessed here. We're so glad another publisher picked up this series.

KM Rockwood's "Burning Desire," and Paula Gail Benson's "Living One's Own Truth," have been published in the anthology Heartbreaks & Half-truths. Congratulations to all of the WWK writers.

Please join Margaret S. Hamilton's Kings River Life podcast of her short story "Busted at the Book Sale" here. Congratulations, Margaret!

Look for Kaye George and Margaret S. Hamilton's short stories in the new Mid-Century Murder by Darkhouse Books. Kaye's story is "Life and Death on the Road" and Margaret's story is titled "4BR/3.5BA Contemporary."

Grace Topping's second novel in Laura Bishop staging series, Staging Wars, was released by Henery Press on April 28th. Look for the interview here from April 29th.

Kaye George's second novel in the Vintage Sweets mystery series, Deadly Sweet Tooth, was released on June 2. Look for the interview here on June 10.

Annette Dashofy's 10th Zoe Chambers mystery, Til Death, will be released on June 16th. Look for the interview here on June 17.


Friday, April 12, 2019

Literary Insults 2 by Warren Bull

Literary Insults 2 by Warren Bull

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Dorothy Parker can also be the inspiration for insults of quality:

"If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to."

"Men don't like nobility in a woman. Not any men. I suppose it is because the men like to have the copyrights on nobility—if there is going to be anything like that in a relationship."

"That woman speaks eighteen languages, and can't say 'no' in any of them."

"You can lead a horticulture, but you can't make her think."

This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force."

"She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B."

"If all the young ladies who attended the Yale prom were laid end to end, no one would be the least surprised."

To a man she found annoying: "With the crown of thorns I wear, why should I worry about a little prick like you?"

When an actress said to her, “I loved your book. Who wrote it for you?”
Dorothy replied, “Oh, thank you. Who read it to you?”

On hearing Calvin Coolidge had died, Dorothy Parker remarked, “How can they tell?”


Margaret S. Hamilton said...

"Age before beauty."
"Pearls before swine."

Dorothy Parker, always.

E. B. Davis said...

I wonder what would have happened if Dorothy and Mae West got together? Hehe!

KM Rockwood said...

Great insults and comebacks!

Earl Staggs said...

I love these. Brilliant.