The Green Monster

I was delighted to be invited to write an article about my book, Confessions of a Middle-Aged Runaway, for Anastasia Pollack’s blog, Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers. This blog is primarily devoted to mystery writers, but occasionally an exception is made for other types of books, such as my memoir about my five-year road trip. Lucky me!

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read the article and post a comment. You can find the article at this link: You might also find some great mysteries to read.

Thanks as always for your support!

6 thoughts on “My Article on Anastasia Pollack’s Blog

  1. Great job getting the excellent write-up on Anastasia’s blog, Heidi! Love how it turned out with the photo of The Green Monster.

    I tried to post a comment to her blog but it only let me post as ‘Anonymous’. It would not accept a

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    1. Thank you, Rose! I really appreciate you taking the time to post such a kind comment on the article, and here as well. Sorry to hear you weren’t able to use a URL. I don’t know why it would offer that option and then not allow it. I’m not familiar with Blogspot rules. I commented with my Google account and after entering in my name, I was able to post comments with my name showing. Technology can sometimes be such a thorn in our sides.


    1. Thanks, Ginny! Good question. It’s certainly alarming and horrifying what is happening with the Mexican drug cartel, but we have senseless shootings in our own country and state. I would travel to Mexico again because I’m not going to let fear of random violence prevent me from doing what I love most: travel. There are some countries I won’t visit because of fighting or attitudes toward women (Ukraine, Iran, etc.), but with the freeway shootings we have in the Bay Area and the frequent mass shootings everywhere in our country, it can be just as dangerous staying home.


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