X is for X by Sue Grafton

We’re winding down to the last few letters of the alphabet in the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge. We’ll do a reflections post next week, but I’ll have to say, it will be a relief. I’ve enjoyed the daily check-ins and writing challenge, but I have a lot going on right now, so the break will feel good. Today, we have performances for my theatre workshops. My son Zach is in our high school’s production of Guys and Dolls this weekend, and I’m having my Spring Recital for my piano students on Sunday!  X ended up being an easy letter, although I didn’t think of it until this past weekend. My favorite mystery author is Sue Grafton. Now, here’s an author all of us AtoZ’ers can appreciate. She took the A to Z Challenge to the extreme and wrote a novel for each letter of the alphabet. A is for Alibi. B is for Burglar, and so on. She’s up to X, now, which I received for my birthday from my boys. They’ve at least noticed that collection of her books that I have on the downstairs bookshelf. I seem to be missing a few. I’m not sure if I have the complete set, but I know there are more, somewhere. Here’s what Sue Grafton has to say about X: The number ten. An unknown quantity. A mistake....

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