Tag: mystery

Getting Stale

It’s easy to get stale and in a rut when you get older. We get set in our ways. We find it hard to change. That also extends to the life of an author, especially if we are oldster challenged. As an author I have multiple media accounts and this blog is one of them.…

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A Book Cover Matters

When I started my new Whistle Stop Series I wanted to honor my hometown and also utilize talent we have in the area. That is when I called on photographer Dave Paal, Jr. I have been a fan of his photography for many years and I wanted to use his photos when I designed my…

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#ASmallTownCanBe #Murder

Mark your calendars. Today is the day. My new cozy mystery is releasing if all the technical guru’s at the book sites are alive and awake after the Christmas rush that is happening. #ASmallTownCanBe #Murder is set in fictional rural Whistle Stop, MN. Angel Delaight decides to relocate from Chicago and see what small town…

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What is a Blog Tour?

I am a lucky writer. There are many people who help me promote my writing and Lori Caswell who hosts the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours is one of them. This past week my blog tour for Granny Bricks A Bandit kicked off. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Blog Tours when it…

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Straight River by Chris Norbury

It was a treat to read Chris Norbury’s novel Straight River. It is a mystery that holds your attention as the plot unfolds throughout the book. Matt Lanier comes home after his father is found dead in a farming accident. Things hadn’t been good with their relationship and Matt feels guilt that perhaps his father’s…

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