Month: July 2022

Excerpt From Brutal Season WIP

This excerpt is part of chapter one of the fourth book in the Seasons Mystery Series, Brutal Season. I’ve been working on it for what seems like forever, but, well, stuff keeps happening that keeps me away from the computer more than I would like. The good news is that I’m back to work on …

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Book Tour: Deadly Keepsakes by Anita Dickason

DEADLY KEEPSAKESA Tori Winters Mystery byANITA DICKASON Categories: Mystery / Women SleuthsPublisher: Mystic Circle Books *** July 1, 2022 *** 360 pages Scroll down for the giveaway! When Tori Winters becomes the star witness in a murder trial, someone tries to kill her. Terrified, she’s not giving the killer a second chance. With all her …

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Book Blitz: A Shot in the 80% Dark by Amber Royer

A SHOT IN THE 80% DARKBean to Bar Mysteries, Book 4 byAMBER ROYER Cozy Mystery / Culinary Mystery /Woman Sleuth Publisher: Golden Tip PressDate of Publication: July 15, 2022 **** 285 pages Scroll down for Giveaway! Felicity Koerber’s bean to bar chocolate shop is thriving. Despite everything she’s been through with the murders she’s helped solve, …

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When Hot is Too Hot

This is a perfect offering from Slim Randles to share on the blog today. It’s roasting here in Texas and has been for several weeks. No rain for several weeks, either, with none in sight. And of course there is no global warming. Sigh… Anyway, it’s too hot to rant about anything, even though the …

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Happy Birthday to Me

Normally for the Fourth of July I post something fun and patriotic, but my patriotism is really lagging right now. After a week of stunning Supreme Court decisions taking away women’s rights to their own body, hampering the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to control power plant emissions, reducing the separation of state and church by …

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July Fourth Celebrations Begin

Since I’m still in recovery mode from my shoulder surgery and some complications that popped up – literally as in swollen feet and legs – I’m pulling a post from July 2015. My friend Slim Randles wrote about what the Fourth of July holiday means in this thoughtful essay about parades, flags, and Independence Day. …

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