Category Archives: Reviews
After a day off, the Cast for Murder blog tour picks up with a review at Christa Reads and Writes. Please stop by Christa Nardi’s blog today to read her post and her reviews of other new releases. Make sure also … Continue reading
Happy Monday, everyone. Today Jane at the blog Jane Reads posts her review of Cast for Murder. Please drop in today to read the review and stay to check out Jane’s thoughts on more new cozy releases. Thank you, Jane!
I finish the week with an interview at Cozy Up With Kathy. Kathy’s review of Cast for Murder is also posted, so please stop by to read both plus her reviews of other new releases. Thank you, Kathy! Have a … Continue reading
Today I’m at dru’s book musings with a guest post in Dru’s A Day in the Life series. This fun feature invites writers to introduce a new book from their amateur sleuth’s point of view. Drop in today and read … Continue reading
Please take a few minutes today to visit Escape With Dollycas to read my guest post and Lori’s review. I had a lot of fun writing my Cozy Wednesday post; I hope you enjoy reading it. Thank you, Lori! Happy … Continue reading
Angela has posted her review of Cast for Murder on her blog, A Holland Reads. Please visit her site today to read it and other book reviews she has recently written. Thank you, Angela! Happy Fat Tuesday to you all!
Leslie at StoreyBook Reviews has posted the first review for Cast for Murder. Please take a few minutes today to visit her blog and read the review plus her thoughts on other recent book releases. Thank you, Leslie!
Veronica Walsh, the main protagonist of All Things Murder, is a two-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning soap opera actress. Now she also has a star for her amateur sleuthing. In a starred review in its May 1st issue, the Library Journal … Continue reading
I received two great pieces of news this week related to All Things Murder. First, Publishers Weekly posted their review of the cozy. The reviewer called it a “fun debut” and wrote that Veronica is “an entertaining, down-to-earth heroine.” You can … Continue reading