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 Writing, of course! Release date February 16, 2022. Pre-order HERE


  1. Yes, we've been unpenned. As in let out of the dog pen. Yet, I still write with a pen! I'm previewing a few of the Virginia is for Mysteries Volume III stories, and I must say that you will find some dogs, you will find a Mutt Mysteries character you know, and who knows what else?

    I do know you will find good stories from us and from the other contributing authors, and if you know Virginia, you'll be satisfied to recognize venues and landmarks.

    An anthology is a a great way to have good stories close at hand for those vacant or stolen minutes during which you can begin and finish a fast-paced read!


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