Author Archives: judyinboston

About judyinboston

I am likely the only person you will ever meet who was born in Montana. I grew up on the High Plains of Colorado and moved down to Houston to pick up a B.A. in English from Rice University. After a stint in Chicago, I moved to New England where I spent twenty-plus years as an Information Systems nerd, a natural choice for an English major. Analytic skills are transferable to any occupation and helped me survive Dilbert-like re-engineering projects and the Millennium Bug. In my writing, I like to put a literary spin on technology, and to show technology’s humor and quirkiness along with its scary aspects. When I’m not writing, cooking or digging in the garden, I’m on a Baltic beach or at Burning Man in the Nevada desert researching my next novel. Some of the groups I belong to are Toastmasters, Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America and New England PEN. I’m also a founding member of the New England Crime Bake Mystery Conference.

Round Robin – How do you self-edit your work?

via Round Robin – How do you self-edit your work?  So i

Quote | Posted on | Leave a comment

Round Robin

Source: Round Robin   You spoke true when you said each character needs her own special environment from which she can react.  I love the verb, “frogmarch.”  Very apt.  Nice post.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dying Is Easy–Mystery Is Hard

So true.

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Breast Budapest: a chicken recipe easy and delicious

When I was a working girl, I was always looking for recipes that were quick and tasty that pleased my husband and me.  A simple weeknight dinner.  We shopped at Roche Brothers in Wellesley and I used to buy Purdue … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Cooking | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The faster I go the behinder I get

Need to absorb WordPress lesson 4 after a two week hiatus.  Eeek!  Nothing looks familiar and I’m not even sure where the dashboard is.  I waited awfully long to do this.  My bad!

Aside | Posted on | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Breakfast on a wintry New England Sunday: David Eyre’s pancake

David Eyre’s Pancake: One of the most frequently asked for recipes in the New York Times. The “pancake” is cooked in a sizzling hot cast iron skillet with ingredients from even a poorly-stocked kitchen: flour, milk, eggs, butter and butter. … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Cooking | Tagged , | Leave a comment