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I’m about to start my virtual tour for Murder for a Rainy Day!! Seems right to hit the road right before Thanksgiving. I will be making ten stops on this tour, answering interview questions and making a couple of guest posts. Of course, there will be a giveaway of a $25 Amazon gift card that you can begin to register for on the first day of the tour November 24.
To kick the tour off today I have a giveaway at Goodreads for a signed paperback copy of Murder for a Rainy Day.
You can enter that one right now 🙂
I’m giving away a signed copy of Burnout to one lucky reader. Enter through Goodreads and good luck!
Had so much fun at Menilfest in Houston talking to other authors and meeting people who love a mystery. It was a little hot (remember this is Houston) but we survived!
If you get the Christmas blues, then this is the book for you to help combat them! I listened to this book while driving through traffic and have to admit to bursting out in laughter at a stoplight. This was the first book I have read by this author, but it won’t be the last. Here is my review on Goodreads.
Blue Christmas by Mary Kay Andrews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book is hilarious! When Weezie decides she will win the Savannah downtown Christmas decorating contest, she finds herself in the middle of sabotage and intrigue. The characters and the situations they get into in this story will keep you laughing. My favorite moment has to be Uncle Derick and the Georgia/Florida game at the world’s worst Christmas dinner party. Beautiful storytelling.
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Ever wonder about the world of psychologists? I love that line from Steel Magnolias where Truvy asks M’Lynn to tell her about her clientele stating there are “some pretty sick tickets” in this town. In Family Fallacies Kate Huntington, who is picking up her life after the death of her husband finds herself in the middle of some pretty fascinating characters.
Here is my review from Goodreads.
Family Fallacies by Kassandra Lamb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Mystery and romance–two of my favorites. Kassandra Lamb’s protagonist, Kate, is a psychologist treating a patient who could be recalling memories of childhood abuse. This is a fascinating topic to write about and the story’s pace and characters were wonderful. Great twist at the end.