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1. I Visit the MuseItUp Blog

Today, I'm blabbing about something or other. Oh, right! It's a Mystery Day on the MuseItUp blog. I'll be sharing today with author Heather Haven, who is a wonderful writer and a generous friend to other authors.

Catch my gig early. Heather takes over at high noon.

My post is on Multiple POVs (point of view) in Mysteries. With one mystery under my belt, I'm sure I'm now an expert. Actually, multiple POVs are not just for mysteries. With ten books and forty or so short stories, I will claim some level of expertise.

If you're fond of old Japanese films like the Seven Samurai and Rashomon, you won't want to miss the post.

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