Victoria Landis 

Victoria Landis is a writer and an artist living and reveling in the insanity and fun that is South Florida. She has lived in six states, including twelve years in Hawaii, which is also a fun place - but considerably more sane. Find humor columns, stories, pictures, and maps of book locations, and even a short glossary of Hawaiian words on her writing website - www.victorialandis.com. An eleven-year member of Mystery Writers of America, she writes fiction in several genres. Fun fact: In 2004, Victoria wrote Chapter Nineteen in one of the silliest (and most hilarious) progressive novellas ever produced - Naked Came the Flamingo. Edited by Joan Mickelson and the late, great Barbara Parker, accomplished writers Elaine Viets, Randy Rawls, and the PJ Parrish team contributed chapters, along with many others. She also writes a monthly humor column for The Parklander magazine.
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