Not long ago, there I was changing shoes at 12:35 before the twenty-five minute drive to a one o’clock appointment with my hair stylist. And so I didn’t notice until she pointed it out after she’d trimmed my hair that I’d accidentally put on mismatched shoes. I suspect I’m not the first person to do that though.
A teacher of writing at the college level for 35 years, Juliet now works as an indie author. To date, she has published four novels and a collection of short pieces in her Calendar Mystery Series that tell the story of business girl Minty Wilcox and detective Daniel Price from newly met to newly wed and beyond in old Kansas City, a place that could get downright deadly a hundred years or so ago; three short story collections and two novels in the Cinderella, P. I. fairy tale mystery series about Cinderella, twenty years, three kids, and a few extra pounds after the ball; and Novel Basics, a concise yet complete guide to writing a novel. All of these are available in print and digital from Amazon. Also, audio books of Cinderella, P. I. and Other Fairy Tale Mystery Stories and Cinderella, P. I. Around the World are available from Audible. To discover more about Juliet’s work, go to her Amazon Author Central Page: www.amazon.com/Juliet-Kincaid/e/B00DB4HWRG
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I’ve done this. Back in the day, I wore pumps to work every day. I had a pair of navy pumps and a pair of brown pumps that were the same style. One day, I wore one of each. I got all the way to the parking lot of my building before I realized. I turned around, drove home, changed into the appropriate pair, and drove back to work. I lost my good parking place, but I kept my dignity.
Haha! Close enough! 🙂