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October 16, 2018

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Vida Antolin-Jenkins

Hurrah for your new beginning, and your courage in the face of fear! You are a daily inspiration. And your book is AWESOME!!!!!

LynDee Walker

Hurray for saying yes to scary things (well. Within reason. Let's not go traipsing into storm culverts looking for demonic clowns or anything...) and turning away from the anxiety monster. So proud of you and excited for you, sweet friend! Can't wait until others can read your fab new book in January! xoxoxo

Erin Alford

Good for you! I’ve been doing some things I never thought I would do that past few years, and it’s scary but not as scary as I thought it would be. I have Willa number 2 to take with me on a road trip with some of my family. That’s something we haven’t don’t since I was a kid and it’s also slightly scary...

Deb Romano

Welcome, Aimee! I look forward to getting to know you and your books.

Mark

I’m not a big fan of change either, and I’ve stayed in old routines too long as a result. But I need to make some changes in my life. Not really sure what those will or even should be.

Aimee Hix

Thank you, all! I'm so thrilled to have been invited to be part of such a fantastic group of writers and connect with you.

Mark, I realize that after confessing to making one of the biggest changes one can make this may sound odd but ... if you're not sure where to go, pick a direction, and take a small step. Then, if it doesn't suit, you haven't gone too far down the wrong road and you can pick another direction. :)

Kathy Reel

You might be anxious about new beginnings, but you do them damn well, my friend! Your series is off to a spectacular start and your appearance here on Femmes Fatales is welcomed by all. I would say that the sky is the limit, but why stop there.

Terri

St. Pete wasn't my first BCon, but it was my first Aimee BCon! And I totally understand about new beginnings. In fact, I should be packing . . .

Love ya, Terri

Debi

Good for you!!! One question... A FEW decades???? 😜😜

krisneri

Welcome to the Femmes, Aimee! Change is hard for all of us, but sometimes it brings such richness to our lives. (Or so I tell myself).

Dru Ann Love

I love your new beginnings. I don't like change but somehow we all handle it the best way we can, and you my dear, handled it beautifully.

Dru Ann

Dana

I am so so so proud of you, AImee Mae! You are an amazing woman, you've co-raised an amazing daughter, and you are an AWESOME writer!

Stefani Deoul

Wow! Yay You! Most people read the sign “what would you do if you had no fear,” you stopped and said, “well....” How fabulous.

Karen in Ohio

Aimee, you are awesome, full stop.

My best friend talks about the phenomenon of the "Saturn return", times in each of our lives when we have a chance to stop, take stock, and successfully move in an entirely different direction. You have fully embraced the idea, and I applaud you for it. The results have been spectacular, so far, my dear.

Karen Maslowski

catriona

What a day to begin, Aimee. I'm sorry I got sidetracked by it all and didn't stop by to say welcome. Belated welcome! (For anyone who doesn't know, the mystery community got some very bad news yesterday. Midnight Ink Books is shuttering, which means that a great many authors are being orphaned and one of the warmest, bravest, kindest, sharpest people in the biz - Terri Bischoff - is losing her job.)

Elaine Viets

Welcome, Aimee. You'll find this a friendly group. Delighted to have you here.

Sue

Great blog! So proud of your journey in the almost two decades that I have known you!

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