About Geri Schear
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What is it that looks like magic, makes people think you’re a proper genius, and elevates your fiction from the humdrum? No, it’s not signing with JK Rowling’s agent — thought that probably wouldn’t hurt — it’s foreshadowing. More … Continue reading
Over the past few months my writing life has focused on bringing “A Biased Judgement” to the bookshelves (October 24th!); researching the sequel (currently titled “Sherlock Holmes and the Other Woman”); keeping my blog and other social media up to … Continue reading