Wicked Good - Did Sherlock Holmes have Asperger's syndrome?

     In 1887, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle introduced the world to an isolated, socially-awkward and eccentric man named Sherlock Holmes. Under Conan Doyle’s pen, Holmes was obsessive and compulsive. He didn’t seem to have conversations but rather single-minded discourses. He had no friends other than the dedicated Watson.     Could it be, as others have suggested, that Holmes had Asperger’s syndrome?...more

Wicked Good - our first royalty check and other good news

      We received our first royalty check. It's not much but to us it's millions. To see it, go to our blog at www.wickedgoodthebook.blogspot.com ...more

Digging Up the Past in Caleb's Crossing

The idea for Caleb's Crossing grew out of a notation on a map of the island of Martha's Vineyard. It marked the birthplace of the first Native American graduate of Harvard. I immediately thought of the 1960s civil rights era, and wondered if I might run into this person at the farmer's market one day. Then I learned that the graduation in question took place in the 1660s, not the 1960s. Immediately, my imagination went into hyperdrive. ...more

and a whole lot of fun mixed with hard work in the creation. I look forward to reading the ...more

Wicked Good - update

 Hi Everyone -    Please see our blog at www.wickedgoodthebook.blogspot.com for an update on the publishing process of Wicked Good.Thanks, Amy and Joannewww.wickedgoodthebook.blogspot.comwww.amyandjoanne.comamyandjoanne@gmail.com ...more

Wicked Good -author photo

Visit our blog to see the author photo we are using for the back of the hardcover of Wicked Good. We hope you like it.Amy and Joannewww.wickedgoodthebook.blogspot.comwww.amyandjoanne.comamyandjoanne@gmail.com...more

Three Part Invention

Mona settles into her seat at the concert seeking only familiar pleasure. Her life with Howard is padded by a series of rituals in these later years. The same concert series, tea afterward at the bar and grille,  Sunday morning sex after a good night's sleep. Howard has refused to abandon the patterns of a lifetime .Probably a good thing, too, especially in the case of the sex. It would just be too absurd, two out of practice sets of old bones flailing away, trying not to injure each other....more

Wicked Good - blogtalkradio spot

Hi Everyone,Just did radio spot on blogtalkradio. We talked about our novel, Wicked Good. It was a blast. If you want to listen, go tohttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/gelatisscoop/2011/04/22/joanne-lewis-co-author-of-wicked-good-stops-byHave a great weekend.Amy and Joannewww.wickedgoodthebook.blogspot.comamyandjoanne@gmail.com...more

WIcked Good - The Beaning Ceremony - Part Three of Three

Wicked Good – The Beaning Ceremony Part Three of Three It’s All Wicked Good     Amy and I are receiving bean #30 in Joyce’s class tomorrow night. Here are some fun stats related to Joyce’s classes:     The Thursday class has been going for 15 years and has received 20 of the beans. This is my class.     The Wednesday class is 8 years old and has 6 beans.     The Tuesday group is almost 3 years old and has no beans.     Other writers not in one of the groups – 4 beans....more

Giveaway and Review: Wanda L. Dyson's Judgment Day

I officially began Spring Break on Friday, and boy, have I enjoyed some great reads in just a few days!...more

Wicked Good - Jo's guest blog on co-authoring a novel

Hi Everyone - I am a guest blogger on the Gelati Scoop blog. I wrote about co-authoring a novel. Here is the link:http://gelatisscoop.blogspot.com/2011/04/guest-post-amy-faircloth-co-author-of.html...more