by Helen Chappell
Hollis Ball is back, this time covering the Decoy Jamboree, still smouldering over the light sentence Judge Fish gave a wife-murderer. Then someone bashes Fish on the head with an antique decoy. Hollis is pretty sure it's not suspect #1, so naturally she decides to solve the murder herself, with the help of her dead ex-husband, of course, the charming and ghostly Sam.
Working on Author Payroll
Data Entry is done and Paypal payments are going out now. If your message says "You've got money from family or friends" actually it's your royalties on book sales (not that I'm not a friend). Yes, this is business, but if I say "to family and friends" at this end, they will be certain to take any transfer charges out of our account, not yours. So you will get every penny and WWI will bear any expense.
For those who require checks, it will take awhile longer...but we'll get them in the mail as quickly as we can.
Paying authors is one of my most favorite things to do, but I'll be glad to get back to book production.