What would a wedding be without a few ghosts and a murder?
Frank and Sonja are getting ready for a last-minute spring wedding. Wanting to have a small, simple ceremony, the couple is scurrying about, rushing to get together decorations, cake, and a dress, so that they can be married at Sonja’s favorite place on earth—The Waffle Diner and Eatery!
Unfortunately, when the ceremony is interrupted by a couple of crazed parents claiming their adult daughter was abducted by a backwoods cult, the happy day is put on hold. Things only get more complicated when the young woman is found dead under most peculiar circumstances.
Will Sonja and Frank get to the bottom of this latest murder mystery, or will their wedding be permanently postponed?
Carolyn Q. Hunter is a professional writer, publicist, and editor. She is the author of paranormal and culinary cozy mysteries–including The Diner of the Dead Series, published under Summer Prescott Books. Carolyn has previously worked as a content creator and social media writer for online information websites and publishing agencies. She received her BA in English with an emphasis in creative writing and publishing from BYU-Idaho.
In her free time Carolyn enjoys cooking, baking, drawing, painting, and watching old mystery and horror films on Turner Classic Movies. Her love of old movies helps to inspire her writing. She also enjoys listening to old time radio shows such as The Shadow, Inner Sanctum Mysteries, and Suspense!
Carolyn is a Colorado native, having grown up in the Denver Metro Area. However, she currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband Andy near the Old Market portion of the historic downtown area. She works from home as a full time writer and book publicist. She has two cats, Midnight and Cassiopeia.
(1) The word “photography” originates from Greek, meaning drawing with light. (2) The word camera originates from the Latin word “camera obscura” which means “dark chamber”. (3) The first ever camera described in the history was a pin hole camera, dating back to 4th or 5th century.
Let’s Celebrate :
So take a few pictures to Celebrate & share. And I won’t tell that you took them with you phone. Like Me -you probably never use a camera just the camera on your phone.
It makes it so much easier to share your pictures with friends & family ( Instagram ) and I can even make Scrap book page from my phone with great apps you can download. And then share the page or print out. Lisa
# Project Life App : Zoo Time with pictures from 2007.
more information About App you can download from Goggle play store or Iphone version.
* More projects can be find at Lisa ‘s Daily Grind .
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