At the first stop of my blog tour, Kate Shannon of Rantin’ Ravin’ and Reading has posted an interview and review of DEAD STOCK. Thanks, Kate!
There were some changes to my blog tour. Here are the new dates/URLs:
December 2 – off
December 3 – rantin’ ravin’ and reading – Review, Interview, Giveaway
December 4 – Community Bookstop – Review
December 5 – Mysteries and Mayhem – Interview
December 6 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Interview, Giveaway
December 7 – Kelly P’s Blog – Interview, Giveaway
December 8 – THE SELF-TAUGHT COOK – Review
December 8 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Spotlight
December 9 – Brooke Blogs – Review, Guest Post
December 10 – Dr. Pepper Diva – Review, Giveaway
December 11 – readalot blog – Review, Giveaway
December 12 – Darla King Series – Review, Guest Post
(Original post after the break)
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The number 11 has special significance for one of the characters in DEAD STOCK. On 11/11 I’ll be answering questions about the book, the writing process, or just about any other topic within reason.
I’m preparing to post a longer excerpt soon, but here are some enticing tidbits from DEAD STOCK, the first Bert Shambles mystery upcoming from Cozy Cat Press. These should give you some insight into the book and especially the main character, who is not always the sharpest blade on the Thanksgivukkah turkey, if you get my meaning.
Just for fun I’ve also put the quotes in a Twitter-friendly format that are suitable for retweeting, if you’re into that sort of thing. Just click a link and you’ll be taken to Twitter. Then hit Update. Voila, and thanks!
Cover design by Maria Zannini
They say you shouldn’t burn your bridges, but they never tell you not to burn your tunnels. I wonder why. Maybe because they’re underwater so it would be pretty stupid to try.
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Dead Stock will be published later this year by Cozy Cat Press. You can read more here.