A Twist of Fate

This post is going to be short and sweet. I am here to BRAG today!

I have fantastic news. Well it's great news for my family and all the mystery readers out there. As some of you know, my mother and sister have teamed up to write a novel. This has been a life long dream of theirs. So one day, they just decided to do it!

My mother is turning 85 next month and has macular degeneration so this is no easy feat as she can barely see the computer screen she is typing on. My sister is editing my mother's words and filling in the blanks. And trust me, this is no easy job either. I'm sure you can all relate on just how easy it would to be working side by side with your own mother's! Stubborn brains do tend to butt each other once in awhile. But they have made it work and are loving every second of it. They've had a few bumps along the road, but each bump teaches them something new.

Anyway, the first book of their series is titled Twist of Fate and is being published by Spectacle Publishing. It fits in the romance/mystery genre and should be out by the end of this month. As soon as the book is released, I will be posting an interview with my mom and sister so you can get a big taste of what it's all about.

For now, I'm only giving you a tiny morsel. However, I would like to share their blog link with you. My sister and mom are fantastic writers (yes I'm double bragging) so I think you will really enjoy their blog. I'd appreciate anyone who'd like to sign up and follow them. Remember, we all have been where they are today and just starting up. Where would we be if no one had followed us? So here is their link:

Stay tuned!!


  1. What your column failed to point out is ... our sister Allyn Stotz was our inspiration for doing this.

    Once I saw how passionate she was and how hard she worked, I knew I wanted to do this. I hope to build up my blog like you're built yours, Allyn so I can be inspired by other writers/readers.

  2. Congrats on the collaboration, Allyn's mom and sister!

  3. I am very excited about this for you and your family. Apparently writing is a family trait after all. Congrats ladies!


  4. I think that is great. I have a friend (Pam Andrews Hanson) who writes romance novels with her mother. I wish them the best of luck. I'll hop right on over to their blog.

    1. Thanks everyone!! I know my mom/sis appreciate your comments and best wishes!

  5. I'm looking forward to Twist of Fate!!