The Baskethound Bark!
Do you enjoy audiobooks? Sweet! I have free copies of the audiobook for my cozy mystery, Death Goes to the County Fair. Please join my newsletter mailing list, and I'll send you a code to your free Audible book.
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Tag Archives: female sleuth
Author Melinda Mullet stops by to talk about her newest cozy mystery, Single Malt Murder. Welcome, Melinda. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I write what I love to read. I’ve always written, but I was forced to do a … Continue reading
Today I welcome author Lesley Diehl back to my pages to share the inspiration behind her new mystery, Old Bones Never Die. What an ominous title. Welcome back, Lesley! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I have loved the cozy … Continue reading
Mystery author Lynn Cahoon visits today to discuss her newest release, Fatality by Firelight. Welcome, Lynn! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I love telling stories with a large cast of characters who interact with each other and can keep … Continue reading
Author Deirdre Verne visits my pages today to share news of her most recent release, The Drawing Game. She is also the author of Drawing Conclusions and Drawing Blood. Deirdre’s interest in green living inspired her to create an off-the-grid … Continue reading
Ho Ho Ho! Let’s share a cup of Christmas cheer this morning with a spotlight on Better Off Thread by Amanda Lee. More about Better Off Thread: Marcy is busy helping her customers make hand-crafted ornaments at her embroidery shop, … Continue reading
J.R. Ripley visits my page today to share news of his newest release: Die, Die Birdie. J.R. Ripley is the pen name of Glenn Meganck, the critically acclaimed author of the Tony Kozol mystery series. As a member of the Mystery … Continue reading
Author Monica Knightley shares news of her latest release, Come, Bitter Poison. The cozy mystery is the second book in the Stratford Upon Avondale Mystery series. Welcome, Monica. Monica began creating compelling characters and stories at the age of three, when … Continue reading