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Dec 1 2014 until January 31, 2015
19 holiday short stories by 19 New York Times, USA Today and award winning authors!
Enjoy these tales of mystery, romance, and laughter
amid the backdrop of pine trees, gingerbread men, and Santas galore!
The perfect short bites for cozying up by the fire with a cup of
cocoa...or waiting in line at gift wrapping!
Rosolio Red (Franki Amato Mysteries) by Traci Andrighetti Chasing Tinsel (Miranda Vaughn Mysteries ) by Ellie Ashe Death of a Christmas Witch (A Crewel to be Kind Mini Mystery) by Diane Bator Queenie Baby: Pass the Eggnog (Queenie Baby Mysteries) by Christina A. Burke The Holiday Inside Job by Mary Jo Burke Hard to Catch a Christmas Thief (Hard Targets) by Wendy Byrne A Christmas Ghost & Zero Regrets (Dead by the Numbers Mysteries) by Jennifer Fischetto Christmas Canapés & Sabotage (Culinary Competition Mysteries) by Janel Gradowski Christmas in High Heels (High Heels Mysteries) by Gemma Halliday Christmas Al Dente (Southern Pasta Shop Mysteries) by Jennifer L. Hart Santa Claus, Lies, and Murder (Amber Fox Mysteries) by Sibel Hodge A (Gingerbread) Diorama of Death (Helen Binney Mysteries) by Gin Jones Mini Pie the Christmas Spy! (Mini Pie Mysteries) by Libby LaManna Have Yourself a Deadly Little Christmas (Greatest Hits Mysteries) by Leslie Langtry Ornamental Danger (Working Stiff Mysteries) by Kerri Nelson Motion for Mistletoe (Jamie Winters Mysteries) by Kelly Rey Christmas in Venice by Maria Grazia Swan Baby, It's Cold Outside (Tahoe Tessie Mysteries) by T. Sue VerSteeg Santa's Little Mistake by Stacey Wiedower
This book will only be available December 1 – January 31, 2015
Welcome to mystery author Jack Byrne! I am married with two kids and although I was born and raised in an Irish catholic family in Liverpool UK, I now live in Hungary. I had no career as such, most working people don’t, we move from job to job, if we are lucky we have a skill, but still move from job to job. I have done everything from factory work, to setting up and running my own businesses, some more successful than others. I currently run a small English language school in a lovely town set around a lake. I gained a Bachelor's degree in English at the age of forty, when I left school at sixteen I had no qualifications. I am two and half books into the four novels that make up The Liverpool Mystery Series, each can be read independently, but reading all of them will help you get more out of each one. The first book I wrote was Under The Bridge set in Garston, Liverpool. I am currently querying that with agents and publishers so am holding off on self publis
Welcome to author and fellow Round Robin Blogger, Dr. Bob Rich! Dr. Bob Rich is a figment of his computer’s imagination. Outside the computer, he is a grumpy old man with no sense of humor. Other people laugh at what he says and writes, which proves that THEY have a sense of humor. Inside his computer, he is a shapeshifter. He can be a little boy with three arms, three legs but no head who had green skin, and liberated his people from terrible two-legged invaders from space; or a boy who didn’t know he was the reincarnation of Jesus, here in this life to fight the final duel with Bdud Mara, who invaded Earth 10,000 years ago; or he can be Bdud, whose body back home is a three-meter-long green and yellow ovoid on 12 legs, with a head on a long, snakelike neck; or he can be a 14-year-boy who hates everybody and all he wants to do is to die, but first wants to kill as many people as he can; or he can be the 84-year-old lady who turned him into the kind of boy you wouldn’t mind as your
Happy Birthday and New Release to ME! It's my birthday so we're changing things up today with a little reminsecing about one of my favorite series: Gilda Wright Mysteries launching a NEW BOOK and giving away a FREE BOOK!! Did you know Gilda came about while I was actually working as a receptionist in a karate school? While her adventures are much more exciting than mine, I couldn't pass up the opportunity for a fun cast of characters and some kick ass action! Did you also know those great karate covers weren't the first incarnation for Gilda's mysteries? When the first book was first released several years ago, it went through a couple different covers. Personally, I loved the cover and title Death of a Jaded Samurai , but the publisher was torn and we changed it to suit their markets. Then I changed publishers to BWL Publishing Inc. and got that great logo! I love the karate positions on the new covers and have had fun with launch