Sunday, May 20, 2007

New Addition to Killer Hobbies!

We'd like to give a warm welcome to Camille Minichino, who will be sharing Tuesday blogging with Deb Baker. Camille has written eight fabulous periodic table mysteries and is set to launch a new series under the name, Margaret Grace. Look for MURDER IN MINIATURE in the spring.

6 comments:

Joanna Campbell Slan said...

Camille,

I love miniatures! I used to write for Nutshell News, the miniature magazine. I can't wait to see what you have to say. Welcome, welcome, welcome.

Joanna

Ellen said...

"Periodic table mysteries? What kind of mystery is that, Holmes?"

"Elementary, my dear Watson!"

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the welcome Joanna! I did a couple of "tips" for Nutshell news. What's your specialty?
I'm preparing a free-standing scene for Mayhem in the Midlands. It should be posted on my website any day.
After eight elements (correct, Ellen!) written from the point of view of a physicist (which I am, er was) it's fun now to write a completely different point of view, a miniaturist (which I am still). Different world view, different metaphors, AND I get to build scenes and call it research!

Camille/Margaret
logging in as anonymous since my password isn't passing.

ellen said...

Camille - how interesting! I am a physicist also (rather emeritus at this point) and also have done miniatures. Visit my web site for details.

Camille Minichino said...

What's your web address Ellen?
Shall we discuss String Theory: Yes or No as the future of physics.
camille/margaret

ellen said...

Camille -

The web address is cleverly concealed under my name. Just click "ellen" and there you are. (Many blogs use hyperlinks that way.)

String theory? Isn't that about making cats' cradles? I ended up using my physicist powers to work in a museum dealing with the history of electricity and magnetism in the life sciences. So I'm more au courant on the past of physics than the future. One advantage of dealing with the past is that they don't keep changing it on you.