Books to the Ceiling September Newsletter


Where did the summer go? For me it was a blur of writing, editing, a few short story acceptances, a few rejections and staying out of the heat! I also discovered a wonderful Facebook group this summer called Friends of Fiction. First of all, it doesn’t list my books, but that’s okay with me. It’s a group of people talking about their favorite beach reads, books that moved them, and books that were hard to see come to an end. 
Did you have a favorite book in your summer reading? I’d love to hear about it in the comment section below. Why did you like it? In August I read Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng and The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain. Both wonderful!


If you want to enter more giveaways check out my GIVEAWAYS page on the blog. I update it weekly. Click Here to There Right Now. These are giveaways generated by visiting authors on blog tours.


Sept 18-October 16
A Dash of Murder Audio Book on Sale
A Dash of Murder the audiobook version will be 50% off at Apple this month.
Sept 10/Spotlight
The Memory Bell
Grace Penner’s safe haven crumbles when a body is found outside of town.
Gifted the memory bell, a family heirloom, from her grandfather’s will, Grace’s excitement is soon squashed when the bell gets broken right after she receives it. While gluing the pieces back in place, she discovers three are still missing..
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The Happy Hinter

The Happy Hinter Column- September 2021

Betsy Livingston Fitzpatrick here, Happy Hinter and part-time crime solver. Feeling creatively stifled in the kitchen? Wishing you could have a meal like Mom used to make? I’m not always known for my culinary skills but was
tickled pink when I found this site on the internet. It has all those great old casserole dishes, baked dishes, just everything. It’s called Just a Pinch. Now,
please know I don’t get paid anything for this, it’s just a helpful hint. Believe me, this is a coming-together of hometown cooks and the timeless, proven recipes that pass through generations. The old-fashioned recipe swap now extends to blue-ribbon cooks across the map… each bringing their own unique flavor to the table: from mom’s Georgia peach pie to that creamy Wisconsin cheese soup you look forward to every winter. I’m sure my aunt Maggie has been using this site on the sly!



Betsy Cooking
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One thought on “Books to the Ceiling September Newsletter

  1. Great job! You put your heart into a gift from only God could have given you.

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