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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.

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 features books as prizes for our friends and fans. Enter our anniversary contest in February to win a book from each one of us!

CLICK HERE to Enter from March 1 – 18

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news

 

Cheryl Hollon is finishing the final draft of the third book in the Paint & Shine Mystery Series tentatively titled DEATH A SKETCH for release in 2021.

Debra H. Goldstein is delighted to report that Amazon has discounted THREE TREATS TOO MANY, which is available for pre-order, as well as ONE TASTE TOO MANY and TWO BITES TOO MANY.

Diane A.S. Stuckart is using her social distancing time to make progress on her next Georgia B&B Mystery, working title PEACHES AND SCHEMES.

Maggie Toussaint announces that SEAS THE DAY, a cozy culinary in the Seafood Caper Mystery Series, releases April 21 from Henery Press.

Lois Winston is seeing the world through the eyes of her grandchildren this month, and she’s embracing the eat, love, play lifestyle.

Nancy J. Cohen is working on revising her backlist titles, which include four mysteries and six romances

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Win a Free Book – April 2020

Enter to Win a Free Book April 1 – 18, 2020 a Rafflecopter giveaway Here’s what our authors are giving away this month:   Diane A.S. Stuckart– Fool’s Moon, print book Maggie Toussaint – Dreamed It, ebook or print book Lois Winston –  Death by Killer Mop Doll, ebook Nancy J. Cohen – Hair Brained, […]

Let’s Talk with Maggie Toussaint

Top Ten Things to Self-Entertain By Maggie Toussaint ART. Make an art project out of random items – a collage of magazine photos, natural materials outside, whatever’s in your junk pile or craft closet. LEARN. Check out a topic you’ve always wanted to explore. Maybe you’re interested in beekeeping, stargazing, or solar farms. Whatever the topic, you can become better informed with subject … [Read More...]