Thursday, April 18, 2013

I Didn’t Do It On Purpose…

Well that happened a little quicker than I thought it would. Last week’s post of Chasing Lady Midnight was the perfect stopping point. Hey, I’m the writer I know these things.
Anyway, I’m going stop the story on the blog, and I hope you enjoyed the posts. I’m going to add a few more chapters taking it out of the first person and giving other viewpoints. Then I’ll put all it together and offer it as a few download e-book. I hopefully will have everything put together in a month or so. I still have to get that scarecrow book done.
Of course there will be a follow-up e-book for sale with the continuing adventures, one is all I have planned at the present. I probably will do the next one in the third person as I have several other characters I’m adding. The first one works well in first person because it’s long prologue, but with the next book I want everyone else to have a say too. What do think? Good idea or bad? So what will our hero have to deal with? What’s really up with The Squad and how did things go so wrong? Oh yeah, there’s more to it than even the kicked out founding Squad members know. Lady Midnight will have a love interest, but he’s a Squad member so can she really trust him? Oh and what’s going to happen when she has to go up against her whole family, who has no idea who she is?
Oh, this is so exciting, I can’t wait to see what happens…oh right I already know what happens.
Sorry, I get a little carried away sometimes.
See you all next week and God Bless. 


Mystery and adventure writer C.L. Ragsdale is the author of The Reboot Files a Christian Cozy Mystery Series, and a superhero story called Chasing Lady Midnight. A California native, she loves to "surf" the web to research plot details for her fun, quirky stories. She has a degree in Theatre Arts which greatly influenced her writing style. Working in various fields as a secretary has allowed her to both master her writing skills and acquire valuable technical knowledge which she uses liberally in her plots. A big secret from her past, which is not so secret anymore, is that she used to a major comic book geek. Nowadays she loves to crochet, but she is still a big fan of the old Scooby Doo cartoons.
Cindy posts on her own blog called Short Mysteries and Tall Tales at as well as The Cozy Mystery Magazine on
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  1. Ooh, Cindy! I'm looking forward to the next wave of your books!

    ~Nancy Jill

    1. Oh they are coming. Now I also have an idea for a series of short stories. Cozy mysteries, of course! I think I may have a problem. By the way, I did a redesign of my blog, Short Mysteries and Tall Tales (Good Stories, Just Less Words). If you get a minute go take a look and let me know what you think. Also I made up business cards with my blog address on it. They seemed to over very well, and it's easy when people want to know the blog address. Just a thought.