Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Where's Maggie?

Maggie's in transit from one appearance to another.  If she gets to a computer some time today, she may be able to post.  But if not . . .

Tomorrow Deb will be posting.  Don't miss it!

(P.S.  We're not sure we believe Maggie.  Where do YOU think she is -- and what is she doing?  Let us know in the comments section.)

11 comments:

Heather Webber said...

LOL. I'm reminded of that old show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

Just where *is* Maggie. *I* think she may have taken a detour home from Left Coast Crime to parasail in the waters off Riviera Maya.

Anyone else have guesses?

Mason Canyon said...

Have a safe trip Maggie.

Anonymous said...

I'll bet she stopped at a spa. She's probably drinking some tall frosty glass of sparkling water with just the hint of cucumber and lime, wrapped in a luxurious white towel, having a facial and pedicure, while beefcake guys clad in loincloths keep her cool with fluffy, pink-dyed ostrich fans. (And if she isn't, I'll bet she wishes she was!)

Leann Sweeney said...

Maggie is now in the witness protection program. I can't say more.

Deb Baker said...

After LLC, Maggie was kidnapped. They want her next murder plot, but Maggie is resourceful (she's a mystery author)and has escaped. I've rented a private plane and will rescue her with Jack Bower.

Deb Baker said...

oops. Forgot to mention, she's stranded in the Mojave desert and the kidnappers are right behind her. Will we make it in time? Jack says yes.

Hank Phillippi Ryan said...

Maggie...has figured out the ultimate blog. Do nothing. Have your pals comment. It's the ultimate minimalist writing..she's a genius!

Dru said...

If Maggie tells us, then we'll have to disappear.

Kate Collins said...

Deb and Jack have nothing to fear. Maggie once survived a harrowing trip through the Mohave on a donkey, drinking cactus juice her trusty donkey, which she named Don Quixote, accessed by kicking with his strong hind legs. Maggie wanted Don Q to come home with her, but he was offered a movie contract, and later went on to produce -- you guessed it -- 24!

Maggie Sefton said...

Whew! I made it. Still in the desert, though. Where am I? Blog is above, writing it even as we speak, uh, write.

signlady217 said...

Funny, funny! Ya'll always make me laugh!