Author Archives: rosemarymccracken

About rosemarymccracken

Rosemary McCracken is a Toronto-based fiction writer.

Backyard Fairy Tree!

In Ireland, fairy trees or bushes are considered sacred rendez-vous points for the wee folk of the neighbourhood. And the Irish take fairy trees very seriously. They deck them with toys, ribbons, fabric from their clothes, messages and prayers scrawled … Continue reading

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Murder and malaise…and the criminal minds who revel in it!

Carrick Publishing has announced the names of the 35 authors whose stories will appear in its upcoming crime fiction collection, A Grave Diagnosis: Catherine Astolfo: “The Backpack”     Rosemary Aubert: “Mercy” Jayne Barnard: “Christmas Rose” Thom Bennett: “The Empty Grave” … Continue reading

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Murder and malaise coming your way!

Publisher Donna Carrick says she is overwhelmed by the outstanding quality of stories that have been submitted for consideration for her 2020 crime fiction collection, A Grave Diagnosis. “Without a doubt, it is the highest level to date for our … Continue reading

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‘Mystery Most Edible’ an Anthony finalist!

Bouchercon announced the finalists for the 2020 Anthony Awards yesterday, and I was thrilled to learn that Malice Domestic 14: Mystery Most Edible (Wildside Press) is one of the five contenders in the Best Anthology/Collection category! “Dining Out,” my tale … Continue reading

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