Darn it, I missed it! Yesterday was National Coloring Book Day and I didn’t post anything about the national observance, despite having a slew of downloadable coloring pages available on my website that tie to my Bodies of Art Mysteries. Sheesh! You’d think I was under the gun to get the next manuscript completed on the series–oh, yeah, I am. Okay, I was too busy to catch the news, but you can always catch the free downloads on my website page reserved specifically for those lovely designs. Click the link below to get zapped over there automatically, or you can always click the Coloring Pages link in the black toolbar on any page of my website. Happy coloring all year, everyone!
Downloadable coloring pages on my website
I hope you’ve landed here because you love to read and you might even be fans of my Bodies of Art Mysteries or my Organized Mysteries. If you are, take a look at the black toolbar above and see if some of my pages would interest you.
For instance, you can read the early chapter excerpts of all my books, find free downloadable coloring pages that tie with my series, wander through interviews where my work has been featured, read reviews and even whole chapter samples. Also, of course, there’s a Where to Buy My Books page offering easy clickable links to your favorite booksellers for each of my titles.
Oh, and one more thing: when I’m not on a writing deadline (like I am at the moment) I try to post to my blog–just page down on this page and you’ll see the recent posts. These blog posts have been a little sparse lately, sorry about that, but the situation should change soon when my early August deadline zips past (and I’ve hopefully made it). But even when I’m busy I use my blog to let readers know about giveaways and special events I’m involved in at the moment, so feel free to subscribe to this blog for updates.
You can also subscribe to my newsletter–you’ll find a link for that on the toolbar above as well–and don’t worry, I only send one out when there’s something of interest. You won’t get flooded with weekly missive from me 🙂
It’s summertime around my house and the living is HOT! And the temps are even higher where my publisher, Henery Press, offices. So, to take everyone’s minds off the thermostat, how about another Giveaway Hop — this time with a summer theme. Really easy to participate, just go to my FB Author page and look for the post pinned to the top of the page that also includes this picture. Entering is easy, but there are some instructions, so read them thoroughly, then do what they say. After you’re entered for my giveaway, click the link in the post for the next author stop and hop on over there 🙂 Good luck, everyone! Here’s the link to enter on My Facebook Page .
Here in the states we’re celebrating the 4th of July, and hubby and I are heading for the lake to spend some quality time eating BBQ and talking to friends. But the joy of the internet is that I can also be online too, so I’m over at the Reade & Write blog today getting interviewed by Amy and sharing insights about writing and my latest release. Drop by if you have a minute and feel free to leave a comment if you’d like to ask a question, make an observation, or tell us how you’re spending the day — here’s the link Reade & Write interview. In the meantime, I’ll be the one in the lounge chair under the shade tree, waiting for the fireworks to start, and grabbing the Lab to keep her from jumping in the lake then shaking water off on everyone around her–and trying to keep the opportunistic canine away from everyone’s hamburgers. Happy Birthday, U.S.A! Here’s fireworks with a London twist 🙂
Interested in a signed copy of FATAL FORGERIES? Henery Press has a GoodReads Giveaway going right now, but the contest ends the middle of this week. Sign up today! To enter, click this link —
GoodReads Giveaway on FATAL FORGERIES
Good luck, everyone!
Working files for Bodies of Art Mystery series manuscript
Christine Gentes was nice enough to interview me for her Map Your Mysteries blog. If you haven’t yet checked out her blog, it’s becoming one of my new favorite binge reads. She ties books and authors to the geographic locations they place their titles and characters. I’ve had a lot of fun going down the list in the right sidebar to read more about author friends and titles based on where the works fit on the map. Have a minute? Check it out 🙂 Map Your Mysteries interview
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned a new group of authors I’d joined up with–The Passport Ready Writers-Readers Group–a group of authors who write mysteries that are set in far flung locales and readers who enjoyed these kinds of mysteries. Well, yesterday was the official launch date for the Facebook group, and what’s more fun than starting things off with a contest? Right?
I thought so too.
So, for that reason, I’ve posted a fun contest and prize, with the entry requirements easily found at the top of the group page. The post is pinned at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PassportReadyWritersReaders/
All you have to do to enter is be a member of the Facebook group and tell an item you always take along when you travel.
And what is the potential prize, you ask? How about a brand new Bodies of Art Mystery canvas tote to help carry around all that stuff we actually take along whenever we go anywhere. Yeah, I know you do it too. Something big and roomy that looks like this–
If you’re interested, get over and enter. The winner’s name will be drawn tomorrow afternoon–June 3rd–when my neighbor’s grandkid comes by my house to pick a name from the ones collected by that point in the tote. Hurry and Good Luck!
Happy Travels 🙂