There’s something you all need to know about me: I kind of love cats.Read More »
The Phryne Fisher series are traditional, rather than cozy, because there is both blood AND sex on the page, but the most incredible thing is how character-driven these books are.
Most mysteries are interesting for the plots. You want to know who did The Crime and why. That’s why I find so few mysteries rereadable. Once I know the answer, what do I care about discovering it again? (I struggle with this in my books, not going to lie.)
But Phryne is different.
You know that feeling when you’re the only one on Tumblr in a fandom?
Well as far as I can tell, I’m the only Tumblr user who’s into reading and writing cozies.
Which makes sense. I mean, cozies are basically exclusively marketed to women forty and up.
But the thing is, I really love the genre, and it kind of sucks that more people don’t know about it.
So, as with all people who find themselves alone in a fandom, my new goal for 2018 is to start shouting about it as loudly as I can until someone caves and joins me.Read More »