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KRL Staff Profile: Lee Juslin

by Lorie Lewis Ham


On May 29 KRL celebrated our 5th anniversary! One of the things we are doing to celebrate is to introduce a few of our staff writers to all of you! Some you have already gotten to know as they are also mystery authors and have been interviewed here--but many you have not, other than what you have learned through what they write for us. I'm even learning fun things I didn't know about our staff! This week we are profiling Lee Juslin who writes wonderful stories about rescued animals and therapy animals for KRL.

KRL Staff Profile: Cynthia Chow

by Lorie Lewis Ham



On May 29 KRL celebrated our 5th anniversary! One of the things we are doing to celebrate is to introduce a few of our staff writers to all of you! Some you have already gotten to know as they are also mystery authors and have been interviewed here--but many you have not, other than what you have learned through what they write for us. I'm even learning fun things I didn't know about our staff! So far we have already profile Terrance McArthur and Tom Sims. This week we are chatting with one of our long-time reviewers Cynthia Chow.

KRL Staff Profile: Tom Sims

by Lorie Lewis Ham



On May 29 KRL celebrates our 5th anniversary! One of the things we are doing to celebrate is to introduce a few of our staff writers to all of you! Some you have already gotten to know as they are also mystery authors and have been interviewed here--but many you have not, other than what you have learned through what they write for us. First off we are interviewing Tom Sims, who has been writing for us for a few years and has two columns-Strolling the Town and Healthy Eating in the Valley.

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The gold medal for all-around wonderful kitty could easily go to darling Chicken Little! This cutiepie never misses an opportunity to hoot it up with her friends, explore any nook or cranny, and make it her mission to check out whatever happens to be going on. Chicken Little came along way after suffering a toe injury calling for immediate amputation. She's all better now and you can't even notice she's missing a rear toe. What an adorable combination she is of fun-loving spirit and sweet, deep affection, a girl who will easily capture hearts in a forever family that cherishes her. Precious Chicken Little would love to be your most darling doll! Check her out on the Cat House website to learn more.