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Get to know us–links to our social media sites are in the left sidebar. Each month, we’ll be hosting contests and offering different ways to win our books and other exciting prizes. These can change in the blink of an eye–our authors are generous people and are constantly thinking of ways to reward readers.

Our monthly contest now features books as prizes for our friends and fans. The winner of the Rafflecopter contest will select a prize from our Prize Vault.

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Nancy J. Cohen announces the Large Print release of Trimmed to Death from Wheeler Publishing on August 7.

Cheryl Hollon will speak at the East Lake Community library in Palm Harbor FL for their Author Showcase event on August 20.

Debra H. Goldstein’s Should Have Played Poker releases in mass market paperback from Harlequin Worldwide Mystery on August 6.

Diane A.S. Stuckart will speak on “Getting Your Characters to Talk” at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore in Delray Beach FL on Saturday August 3.

Maggie Toussaint’s 6th Dreamwalker Mystery, Dreamed It, releases August 13. Book 5 of that series is a Silver Falchion Award finalist.

Lois Winston’s next Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery, Handmade Ho-Ho Homicide, is available for pre-order at Amazon, B&N, Kobo, and iTunes. Official release is October 1, at which time the paperback will also be available.














Win a Free Book – August 2019

Enter to Win August 1 – 18, 2019 Our monthly contest features books as prizes for our friends and fans. The winner of the Rafflecopter contest will select a prize from our monthly Prize Vault. The book format will be in print or digital, and the graphic will illustrate the title shown on a reader […]

Let’s Talk with Lois Winston

Dealing with Change By Lois Winston The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “The only constant in life is change.” We humans are creatures of habit. Most of us don’t like change. Personally, I don’t mind change—as long as I institute it. After all, being stuck in a same-old/same-old rut can be boring. But I really balk at change when it’s thrust upon me against my will. That’s happened quite a … [Read More...]