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GUEST BLOG: Choosing Your New Best Friend OR The Genre In Between by Sharon Linnéa Plus Giveaway!

Choosing the next book you want to read is, in many ways, like choosing the people you’re in the mood to hang out with. In fact, the protagonist you choose will, for...

4 STAR REVIEW: DEATH IN TRANQUILITY by Sharon Linnéa

Bartender’s Guide to Murder: Book 1 September 29th, 2020 No one talks to the cops. Everyone talks to the bartender. And Avalon Nash is one hell of a bartender. Avalon is on the run from...

4 STAR REVIEW: ONE POISON PIE by Lynn Cahoon

Kitchen Witch Mysteries: Book 1 January 26, 2021 In the first in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s Kitchen Witch series, Mia Malone is starting over in Magic Springs, Idaho—where murder is on...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Christmas Pageants in our Living Room by Anna DeForest

Some of my favorite memories of the holiday season stem from my family staging our own Christmas pageant in our living room. My older daughter Sarah desperately wanted to be Mary or...

GUEST BLOG: STEPPING BACK IN TIME TO DO RESEARCH by Simon Fairfax

Although his was my fifth novel, it was the first in a new series and a complete departure from my more contemporary series set in the late 20th Century. There were a...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Snow Miser and Me: Cherished Holiday Memories of TV Land by Mariah Fredericks

1970s New York. Muggings! Arson! Times Square peep shows! 70s New York is not a time often associated with happy holiday memories. And while it’s true that the building next to ours...

5 STAR REVIEW: THE VILLAINOUS VISCOUNT by Lucinda Elliot

An appreciative satire of the cliches of traditional Gothic. When Clarissa Greendale inherits the fortune of disreputable uncle she hardly knows, she does not expect to find herself forced into marriage with an...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL: Best Adaptation in Recent History? by Tierney Linton

”A blue furry Charles Dickens who hangs out with a rat?” I must admit, hearing that spoken within the first minute of a movie doesn’t exactly fill one with confidence you will...
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