Thursday, December 20, 2018


In this week’s hustle and flurry of last minute gifts, mailing and cooking, I find that I’m as nostalgic as I am busy. Since I suspect you’re putting the final touches on your holidays—winding up Hanukkah, prepping for Christmas, or simply happy the Solstice is tomorrow—I’ll keep this post short. ๐Ÿ˜‰

I don’t miss the “good ol’ days” as much as I do making new nightgowns for the girls (and for their American Girl dolls ๐Ÿ˜Š ).

Nights of “some assembly required” and staging Santa’s cookies.  

Full body hugs.

So where are you? 

Minimizing the trappings? Frantically finishing? Happy with the whole process?

An award-winning author of financial mysteries, Cathy Perkins writes twisting dark suspense and light amateur sleuth stories.  When not writing, she battles with the beavers over the pond height or heads out on another travel adventure. She lives in Washington with her husband, children, several dogs and the resident deer herd.  Visit her at or on Facebook 

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She's hard at work on sequel to The Body in the Beaver Pond, which was recently presented with the Claymore Award.

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