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Roberta Isleib’s Backstory for FAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

How Pinehurst Became a Character in a Murder Mystery --Published in Mystery Scene and Backstory blog
Bidding for Major Takes Toll on Psyche --an article about the mental pressure of playing in the US Open (first published in the New Haven Register, July 2004)
How I Write --first published in Mystery Morgue, February 2004
Surviving Your Rookie Green Chair --first published by Golf Course Management in December, 2003
Diary of an Agatha Nominee --the roller coaster ride of the mystery award nomination process (first published in the New England Sisters in Crime Newsletter, October, 2003)
Going to School --What you can learn from the LPGA Qualifying School (first published in Tee Time Magazine, Spring 2003)
A Drop in the Bucket --my experience on a telephone hotline after 9/11
Unscrambling the Scramble --squeeze the most fun out of this social golf format (first published in Tee Time Magazine, Spring 2001)
Raising your Competition IQ --identify and shape your competitive style
Choke your Inner Choker --prevent your expectations on the golf course from backfiring (published in Women's World of Golf, May 2002)
Golf Lessons --a horrendous round of golf teaches me lessons about life (first published in Tee Time Magazine, June 2002)
Someone's in the Kitchen with Cassie --or why I don't write culinary mysteries (first published in Mystery Readers Journal, Fall 2002)
The (Golf) Doctor is In --how I used my background in clinical psychology to create my sports psychologist character (first published in ESPNews, Spring 2002)
Can you Get Here from There? --my path to publication (first published on Myshelf.com)

 

 

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