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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 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 from July 1 – 18

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Lois Winston reports that Handmade Ho-Ho Homicide, the 8th Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery, will be finished by the end of the month and off to editing.

Nancy J. Cohen will be speaking on “First Class Marketing on a Coach Budget” at the Florida Authors and Publishers Association Annual Conference in Orlando the first weekend in August.

Cheryl Hollon has a new book release from Kensington Publishing, Down in Flames (Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery series, Book #6).

Debra H. Goldstein will be part of the Kensington cozy mini-con at the Houston Public Library – Central Branch on July 13.

Diane A.S. Stuckart is pleased to announce that the first book in her new Georgia B&B Mystery series, Peach Clobbered (written as Anna Gerard), hits the shelves July 9.

Maggie Toussaint signed a 3-book contract with Henery Press for her Seafood Capers Mystery Series – and is busy writing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Win a Free Book – July 2019

Enter to Win July 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 Cheryl Hollon

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