Actually it's all about me!
I'm a writer, a restaurateur, a graphic artist, a mom and a grandmother. A few years ago, I was noodling around the Internet looking for panties that don't show a line. Thongs just don't cut it for me—I call that a wedgie—my idea of misery.
While on my panty quest, I discovered all sorts of interesting and wonderful things that I thought my friends would be interested in. Eventually, I got the “brilliant” idea to put together a website to share with my friends. Wow! I had no idea how much work it would turn out to be. But it’s a labor of love, and the best part is—my dear friends constantly send me new ideas, information, and gotta-have items for Beauty Bloomers. I hope you will too.
All my best,
Pamela Frost Dennis
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The first in the drop-dead funny "Murder Blog Mysteries" series.
Sometimes being a good samaritan can get you killed...
After nursing her husband through cancer, and then getting dumped for a “pre-schooler”, Katy McKenna is ready for a major life reboot…
First on her "super-exciting-new-life" agenda is to resurrect the graphics arts career that she put on hold to run a bookstore with her "was-band".
One day, while gathering newspapers for recycling, Katy notices a story about an impending parole hearing for the man who raped and murdered her high school friend sixteen years ago. Sickened that this man could soon be preying on other young girls, Katy decides to step out of her comfort zone and do something to make sure this doesn't happen, not realizing the imminent peril she’s about to unleash upon herself.
Meanwhile, Grandma Ruby is hell-bent on finding Katy a hunky transition man, and her happily-married BFF is nagging her to blog about her anger issues.
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Better Dead Than Wed
#2 in the Murder Blog Mysteries
Katy McKenna has had enough near-death experiences and heartache to last a lifetime. Now all she wants to do is get her career back on track, find a nice guy, and live happily-ever-after. But when she hears about a man maliciously exposing innocent young women to HIV, she is compelled to put her plans on hold to stop him.
Meanwhile, Katy’s mother is forced to reveal a shattering childhood trauma that has come back to haunt her; her obnoxious baby sister is moving in, and her scuzzy was-band is stalking her.
And she’s beginning to wonder why every rotten person she has recently heard about has suddenly dropped dead.
Is it divine providence? Or is it murder?
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