Beer. Did I Say Beer? I Meant BEEEEEEEEEEEER!!!

As I told ’em at church the other day, the only thing I like better than a beer is a shot and a beer.

Last Friday, I met Jane and we had lunch at The Irish Rover with, of course, beer. Here we are.Jane and MAAnd here is my beer.

my beerOn the way out, I snapped a picture of the sign. A couple of folks were standing around, and I said, “I’m taking this picture so I’ll remember what I drank.” The lady said, “Which one did you have?” I said, “All of ’em.”

name of my beerThat was a lie. Can you guess which one I had? If you can guess which one I had, I’ll put your name into a drawing to win a copy of MARDI GRAS MURDER, with my story, “Mr. Sugar vs. the Cake Thief” in it.

And MORE Beer!

So you can imagine my delight in being part of BOOKS N BREW, the first (I hope annual) author’s fair to be held at Big Woods Brewery in Nashville, Indiana! If I can’t sell books to a bunch of soaks, I’m hanging it up.

If you’re in the area, c’mon in. I’ll be drinking signing books.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What kind of beer does your main character like best? Dark? Light and sharp? Other people’s?

MA

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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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One thought on “Beer. Did I Say Beer? I Meant BEEEEEEEEEEEER!!!

  1. Jane
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    February 25, 2014 at 10:43am

    Yes, that’s not a picture of 2 drunk girls falling all over each other: I really AM that much shorter than Marian.

    I had a really good beer, too. Something with stout in the name.
    YUM.

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