Dear readers, the Wickeds have had a full very 2015. Here’s a list of our books and stories that were released this past year.
Liz: It’s so fun to look back at all our accomplishments! I started off the year with a short story in the anthology Rescued: The Stories of 12 Cats, Through Their Eyes. (Actually, Tuffy the Maine coon wrote it, I just helped.) Then in March, The Icing on the Corpse was released. And on December 29 Murder Most Finicky, the fourth book in the Pawsitively Organic Mysteries, comes out. What a fun way to close out the year!
Edith: [Deep breath] It was a very good year. My historical short story, “A Questionable Death,” came out in the History and Mystery, Oh My! anthology. Then my recipe for Local Leek Tart popped up in the Mystery Writers of America Cookbook. The third Local Foods mystery, Farmed and Dangerous, released in May. In the summer my essay “My First Time” came out in a collection of stories about Mount Auburn Cemetery, Dead in Good Company. And finally, my alter-ego Maddie Day’s first Country Story mystery, Flipped for Murder, appeared in October. Whew! 2016 is shaping up to be almost as full, which is a blessing.
Julie: Well, the debut of Just Killing Time was it, but more than enough! What a thrill, still!! So glad to joined the ranks of the published on this blog.
Barb: Musseled Out, the third Maine Clambake Mystery, came out in April and my short story, “The Perfect Woman,” was in Best New England Crime Stories 2016: Red Dawn in November.
Jessie: A Sticky Situation, the third Sugar Grove Mystery, released in April, 2015.
Sherry: What a productive group of writers — you all amaze me! The second in the Sarah Winston Garage Sale series, The Longest Yard Sale, came out in June 2016. I am so lucky to be on this adventure with the Wickeds!
Read most…great fun….what a prolific group and best of all, what a nice group. Look forward to your 2016 books
Thanks, Debra! 🙂
Thank you, Debra!
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I keep losing count. This year brought An Early Wake (February), Privy to the Dead (June), A Gala Event (October), Defending the Dead, and Watch for the Dead (two weeks ago). No wonder my brain is fried.
Wow, Sheila! You are amazing.
Three for me: Feta Attraction (January), Olive and Let Die (November) and Yarned and Dangerous (November). Wickeds, I am honored to be an accomplice in your fine company. Congratulations to everyone, and may 2016 be just as productive!
We’re delighted to have you, Susannah/Sadie!
adding these to my reading list!!!
I’ve missed the short stories and recipes, but I’ve read all those books, too! So glad I’ve found this blog because I’ve enjoyed all your books and I’m not sure I would have found all of you other wise.
Can’t wait to see where you take your characters (and us) in the new year.
Congrats on such a wonderfully productive year for all of you!
Thanks so much, Mark! We love having you as part of our community. See you at Malice?
I hope, I hope, I hope. I need to decide one way or the other soon.
Yes! You have to register before Jan 1 to nominate Agatha-worthy books and stories.
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