FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DO YOU HAVE TO READ YOUR BOOKS IN ORDER?
The main characters change and evolve through the series and the mysteries are tied together. Recommended to read in order.
HOW MANY BOOKS ARE IN THE CELIA KELLY SERIES?
I am ending the series with book five. There is a brand new series in the works after the Celia Kelly Mystery is solved.
DO YOUR BOOKS HAVE PROFANITY OR SEX?
No on both counts! Out of respect for my audience, I stick to weaving the mystery without being offensive. My faith also plays a part in my choice to keep it clean.
Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things.
WERE YOU EVER IN THE NAVY?
This question comes up almost everywhere I go. I have not served in the military, but my family has. My family is primarily Army; a brother recently retired LT. Colonel, my son-in-law is an Army Black Hawk pilot, my nephew at West Point, another nephew in the Air Force, my Uncle retired Navy, to name a few.
DID YOU WANT TO BE IN THE NAVY?
Although I am a strong supporter of our military I chose a different path. I have an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice and studied to be a private investigator. My greatest life accomplishment is the four children my husband and I have raised together.
WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE BOOKS?
I love so many! The Boy In The Striped Pajamas is one of my favorites. I love Corrie Ten Boom's The Hiding Place. I love James Patterson, Mary Higgins Clark, John Grisham, and Tom Clancy. When I was growing up I read Nancy Drew, Agatha Christie, and The Hardy Boys. I consider Scooby Do my very first mystery.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE IN THE CELIA KELLY SERIES?
My favorite book of my series is always the one I am working on.
HOW DID CN SALUTES COME ABOUT?
Started as research and a few interviews for my website. It turned out to be so much more than that! I am so in awe of every job in the military no matter how big or small it may seem to those who are serving- it's important. I knew about my own family's MOS' but I wanted to know more. The military is like a fine tuned machine with everyone doing their part to make it work. The men and women who choose this life have some amazing stories to share. This life is not easy and comes with many sacrifices. One interview, for example, was about my daughter, (Army wife), as her family PCS'd (Permanent Change of Station) from Japan to Fort Hood, Texas. Military families move often and with issues civilians never encounter.
CN Salutes is a small way I can pay tribute and just say Thank You.
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