So, what do baseball and Murder, She Wrote have in common? Spring training, that’s what!
I co-wrote Three Strikes, You’re Dead, a Murder, She Wrote novel, with my father, Donald Bain, just ten years ago. The story finds Jessica Fletcher in Arizona during spring training and, of course, she also finds herself involved in solving the murder of a minor league player.
The book continues to get great reviews and is a fun read for baseball lovers–and mystery fans, too! So happy the baseball season is back! Time to celebrate spring training!
Political junkies know that the NH primary is all that. The first in the nation primary is held Tuesday in the Granite State–the 100th anniversary by the way. But if you’re a political junkie, like me, you already knew that.
It’s tons of fun–here’s my Boston Globe article about where to see the candidates, and get pancakes, too.
Big weekend coming up for New England. Check out my article to see where the New England Patriots eat. Go Pats!
Happy World Series! Oh, I mean Happy Halloween (now you know my priorities). Ha. Okay, so beautiful weekend to trick and treat. Here are some suggestions in my latest Boston Globe article for where to find Boston’s most haunted hotels and restaurants and fun ghost tours to take, too. Now here’s a scary thought. The Mets lose tonight! Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Go Mets!!
World Series, baby! And while I am a Yankees fan (although growing up I was a huge Mets fan), I am a New Yorker so I am rooting for the Mets.
I co-wrote Three Strikes, You’re Dead, a Murder, She Wrote novel, with my father, Donald Bain. The book is dedicated to my father’s grandfather and my great-grandfather, Con Daily. Con was a major leaguer and a great guy off the field, too. And his brother, Ed, was also a stud major leaguer. So this book has special meaning, as not only did I co-author it with my father, but it is a family book and would make Con and my grandmother and my aunt proud. Go Mets!
Well, we had a really long summer this year in New England, well into September. And, thanks to the warm temps, the foliage is late! But rest assured once things get going, the show is forecast to be amazing. Check out my article in the Boston Globe to learn more about why the foliage season is late and why that is good news for some inns and visitors.
Think the Freedom Trail in Boston is boring schmoring? You won’t after reading my article in the Boston Globe (think beer and jogging). Even Samuel Adams would approve. https://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/travel/2015/08/21/freedom-from-standard-freedom-trail-tour/aJ9VZjBvrl0yvdp25RpQuN/story.html