Did You Know That A Small Town Can Be Murder?

Another interview with Angel and another great book blog site. Thank you for having me Diannea Ascroft.Readers did you know there were so many good books out there along with wonderful blogs?


Today Angel Delaight is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about A Small Town Can Be Murder, the novel she has found herself in.

Welcome, Angel. Let’s get started, shall we?

Tell us about the novel that you live inside. Is it part of a series? If so, please tell us about the series too.

Hi, I’m Angel Delaight and I live in A Small Town Can Be Murder. Who knew small towns could be so interesting. I grew up in Chicago and I chose an untraditional woman’s career. I am a carpenter, and I wore many hats in my dad’s construction company. He decided to retire, and I decided it was time to strike out on my own. I happened to be driving through Whistle Stop, Minnesota and fell in love with an old Victorian House there. It was uninhabited and in need of repair. I decided then…

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I am a rambler. That means I am a talker and I flip from one subject to another. Occasionally I write that way too. I can’t make my blog about any one subject, there are too many things to say. I am an author of the Fuchsia, Minnesota and Brilliant Minnesota Cozy Mystery Series with Cozy Cat Press. The first book in the series, Granny Hooks a Crook, is available now Kindle price always .99. Along with that, I write a column called Something About Nothing. Again, I do, what I do best, write about nothing. I also feel that as a Grandmother, yes I am old, I want my grandkids to know who Grandma used to be so I also created the Granny Is In Trouble Series. My books in the series “Whatchamacallit? Thingamajig? and Snicklefritz is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Life is great, it needs to be lived. There is a child we keep hidden in all of us in our adult life. We need to let the child out once in awhile. We can learn so much from children. Watch their awe when they first discover the world. If we can recapture that, we can recapture the wonder of life.

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