THE NEWS Happy December? Another year of things we didn’t expect is coming to an end, and I’ve long since given up predicting what’s coming next. But something will! One thing that’s coming is book two in the Marketplace Mysteries series, A Dismal Harvest, set to arrive on March 15th, 2022. (That’s a date when … Read more
THE NEWS Happy October (barely!) and welcome to newsletter number 3. We’re a little short on news this time around, but still counting down to the release of A Dismal Harvest (Marketplace Mystery #2) on March 15th. It’s already available on Edelweiss, so if you’re a reviewer you can request it there. Also! Last week … Read more
THE NEWS New Book! That’s right, it’s my second-ever newsletter and we’re getting right to the news part! As some of you may have seen elsewhere, the second book in the Marketplace Mysteries series, has a release date (3/15/2022), a cover (see below), and is available for preorder. It even has a synopsis! It’s autumn … Read more
THE NEWS Hello! Welcome to the first issue of my first-ever newsletter! Don’t you feel special? Given that you signed up for this, I suspect you know who I am, but for those of you who are getting this because someone gave me your email as a prank, or because you are a confused woman … Read more
The cover! Revealed! Many thanks to the fine folks at Seventh Street Books for creating this beauty. 🙂 Books Inc Amazon and Others
Pre-order links! Books Inc (my local indie) Amazon and Others Watch this space for more news and an upcoming cover reveal!
All this month, a group of people who have books coming out next year are doing a thing on twitter where we do short posts every day. But some people value their sanity and aren’t on twitter, so it is for you that I am providing this handy end-of-week wrap up. Here’s the full schedule … Read more
This year, for the first time, I went to Malice Domestic, an annual conference devoted to traditional mysteries and the people who love them. The Marriott was a great venue, but we didn’t exactly have the place to ourselves–On the same night as the opening party, a local high school was holding their prom in … Read more