by Fran Rizer
One of my favorite photos of Leonard Elmore shows him standing in a room decorated for Christmas. He's wearing jeans and this
T-shirt. It's now on the Internet advertised as "the Leonard Elmore tee."
Though I hardly ever wear T-shirts, I do collect them. Since I'm in no mood to write today, I'm sharing some of my favorites with you. The next one has emblazoned across it my answer (usually unspoken) to people who approach me with great ideas for novels and want to tell me all about them, but never put anything on paper or a computer.
My favorite before I saw the Leonard Elmore version:
I call this one the "get lucky" tee that belongs to a young
sci fi writer friend of mine.
This is more my style--threat instead of promise.
A truism if ever there were one.
I'm beginning to worry about myself. This
is another threat.
My second favorite shirt.
I apologize that I can't supply a pic of my most beloved T-shirt of all time. I wore it out years ago, but Callie wears one in her first mystery. The tee said:
(This is a very old shirt.)
Until we meet again, take care of . . . you!