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If "Digging" turns out not to be the last Trevant mystery, then I hope she'll have acclimated to Newport in time for the second book.

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After all, there's plenty of excitement here beyond culture clash. My proposal: In the next installment, Tosca finds herself competing for a crime story with the police reporter at the Daily Pilot. And yes, Amadio can use the real name. Band and musicians have a certain something that defines them. People know Bob Dylan for his stream-of-consciousness lyrics and nasal voice, the Beatles for their catchy Mersey beat and Van Halen for its ear-splitting guitar solos. The Fountain Valley alternative rock band Ceasefire, however, doesn't seem to have that unique identity just yet.

Its self-released EP "In the Dead of Night" is six tracks of the band sounding like various other bands and their musical trademarks. The opening "I Want to Know" has the makings of a great song. There is, however, one aspect that bugs me, and that's the loud synthesizer during the chorus. It reminds me of something the Killers would do, but Ceasefire just took it too far.

I'm all for the sound of synths in songs. I love the song "Roundabout," by Yes, and that has a lot of keyboard in it. Maybe it's Ceasefire's decision to go with a high-pitched tone that seems to drown out the rest of the instruments that has me so annoyed. I found the keyboards on the track "In the Dead of Night" and most of the other songs on the EP just right, so I know this band is capable of easing up on the synthesizer.

It's reminiscent of some of Muse's electric dance music-inspired songs, which could be a good or bad thing depending on the listener.

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I, for one, am not a huge fan of "drops," the point at which a song pauses and plays with a more emphasized tone. Return to Book Page. Judith Ivie Editor.

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When did you begin writing? I began writing at age 6, won all the English prizes at school, studied English literature and art history in college, never graduated because I found a job on a newspaper and jumped ship from the University of Portsmouth, UK. The job was not exactly my dream as a reporter but I was thrilled at 19 to be the general dogsbody in the press room.

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I was delegated Assistant to the Show Business columnist who took me to many of his interviews with movie stars, i. I also opened all the letters for the Agony Columnist Ann Landers in Brit language , and sent them on to her. I once forgot till midnight, and innocently called.

Oh well. Why do I write?

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Only thing I knew how to do as a child, I had no other skills and devoured all the Agatha Christies. Mysteries became my favorite reading. When and why did you begin writing mysteries? I began writing my first mystery six years ago while handling a fulltime job as a magazine columnist. Those two books were good training when it came to writing my own mystery. I was living on a small island in Newport Beach, CA, no serious crime ever touched it, and I decided it needed a juicy murder or two. The setting turned out to be perfect. Are you writing a series or a stand-alone?

Explain your basic idea for your series. Am writing a series because my series character, a transplanted Cornish woman named Tosca Trevant, drives the plot and, insatiably curious, she manages to find dead bodies strewn everywhere so she just has to keep going through her books.

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After discovering a scandal at Buckingham Palace she is rather rudely hustled out of the UK. I once forgot till midnight, and innocently called.

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At the beginning, Tosca Trevant, who writes for a London tabloid, has been shooed away to America after uncovering a scandal at Buckingham Palace, and she arrives in Newport Beach with an assignment to gossip about America. Band and musicians have a certain something that defines them. Subscribe to comments. A week later we signed a contract. MMP responded quickly and asked for the full MS.

Oh well. Why do I write? Only thing I knew how to do as a child, I had no other skills and devoured all the Agatha Christies. Mysteries became my favorite reading.

When and why did you begin writing mysteries? I began writing my first mystery six years ago while handling a fulltime job as a magazine columnist. Those two books were good training when it came to writing my own mystery. I was living on a small island in Newport Beach, CA, no serious crime ever touched it, and I decided it needed a juicy murder or two. The setting turned out to be perfect. Are you writing a series or a stand-alone? Explain your basic idea for your series. Am writing a series because my series character, a transplanted Cornish woman named Tosca Trevant, drives the plot and, insatiably curious, she manages to find dead bodies strewn everywhere so she just has to keep going through her books.

After discovering a scandal at Buckingham Palace she is rather rudely hustled out of the UK. It gives her the idea to be promoted to a crime reporter, thus earning her way back home. Tell us about your journey to publication with this book. They mostly said there were too many mysteries out there, the market was saturated, and that there were too many eBooks. I found a small press, Mainly Murder Press, and fell in love with the name. Their website when I checked it in January said no submissions until late spring. I queried anyway, saying that here in California it is already late spring.

MMP responded quickly and asked for the full MS.