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Welcome to Booklover’s Bench, a website devoted to bringing good things to readers. We’re delighted to have you here.

Join us in welcoming Judge Debra H. Goldstein to Booklover’s Bench! Debra is the author of One Taste Too Many, the first of Kensington’s new Sarah Blair cozy mystery series. She also wrote Should Have Played Poker and the IPPY Award-winning title, Maze in Blue. Her short stories have appeared in numerous periodicals and anthologies. You can read more about Debra HERE. We are excited to add her voice to the Bench!

Parting from us will be Karla Brandenberg. We are sad to see Karla go but wish her the best on her future endeavors. Her contributions and presence will be missed, but we’re still friends and hope to see her online often.

Get to know us–links to our social media sites are in the left sidebar. Each month, we’ll be hosting contests and 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. Click Here to Enter 

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news

 

Maggie Toussaint announces that she’s signed with Jill Marshal of the Marshal Lyon Literary Agency to represent her new culinary series.

Diane A.S. Stuckart announces that Fool’s Moon, first in her Tarot Cats mystery series, received a Certificate of Excellence from the Cat Writers Association and is now a finalist for a MUSE Award.

Terry Odell’s 9th Blackthorne, Inc. novel, Personal Assignment, releases April 2nd

Nancy J. Cohen has reissued Dead Roots, the 7th book in her Bad Hair Day mystery series, in an updated Author’s Edition.

Debra Goldstein’s short story, Thanksgiving I Do, I Don’t, was included in Cooked to Death, Vol. IV: Cold Cut Files now available from Amazon.

Cheryl Hollon will be attending the FREE Kensington’s CozyClub Mini-Con at the Cambridge Public Library Lecture Hall in Cambridge, MA, on Saturday, April 13.

 

 

 

Let’s Talk with Cheryl Hollon

Decisions and Changes by Cheryl Hollon This is day 115 out of 365. Yikes, that means that this year is almost one-third done – how did that happen? I haven’t yet written down my goals for this year. But that’s another story. This is a year of change for me. Big changes. We’ve put our house up for sale and moved into an apartment in downtown St. Petersburg. In the media, it’s called DTSP or … [Read More...]