It may still feel like winter some days, but spring isn’t far away. It’s great to offer some fresh new reads to my followers. Just in time for Easter, my new Cobble Cove cozy mystery story, “KittyKai’s Easter Mystery” is now available.
Purchase Link: mybook.to/KKEaster
During an Easter egg hunt at the Cobble Inn, a ring is found on the grounds by Alicia’s daughter, Carol. When the sheriff has it examined, he discovers it belonged to him and Gilly’s neighbor, Gretchen Miller, who disappeared the month before. An investigation leads to the discovery of Mrs. Miller’s body buried on the site of the inn’s new construction.
KittyKai’s Easter Mystery will be on blog tour with Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours from March 22 to 28.
Here’s the tour schedule if you’d like to follow along and enter the giveaway.
March 22 – Christy’s Cozy Corners – REVIEW, GUEST POST
March 22 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
March 23 – Here’s How It Happened – REVIEW
March 23 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
March 24 – Maureen’s Musing – REVIEW
March 24 – Sapphyria’s Book Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
March 25 – Celticlady’s Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
March 25 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW
March 26 – FUONLYKNEW – SPOTLIGHT
March 26 – MJB Reviewers – SPOTLIGHT
March 27 – Socrates Book Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
March 27 – Books a Plenty Book Reviews – REVIEW, CHARACTER INTERVIEW
March 28 – Literary Gold – REVIEW
March 28 – BookishKelly2020 – SPOTLIGHT
I’m also proud to announce the publication of The Roaring ’20s: A Decade of Stories in which my short story, “Growing Up in the Summer of 1971” appears. I received a wonderful certificate for being included in this collection of timeless tales with 10 other authors.
Are You Looking For a Collection that Roars as Loudly as the Exciting Greatest Decade?
Journey through the last hundred or so years of history as “The Roaring ‘20s”, an anthology for the greatest decade and all that have come and gone since, takes you from flappers and speakeasies to hippies and beaded doorways. With the next “twenties” still more ahead of us than behind, we could all use a little escape back to the glistening, dangerous, and thrilling world that once was.
Purchase Link: https://amzn.to/385G7kQ