SinC Puget Sound

July 2020 Member News

This month we continue to report what some of our members are working on from the privacy (and safety) of their homes. Stay well, everyone, and keep writing! As always, please send your news to us by the 20th of the month and/or post to our Facebook group page. We look forward to hearing from you.

Alice K. Boatwright was invited to participate in an Olympia (WA) book club’s discussion of her first Ellie Kent mystery, Under an English Heaven. The event on July 1 was held on Zoom.

Luanne C. Brown continues to prepare her YA fantasy, “Once in a Pink Moon,” for publication.

Leslie Budewitz reports that And Bitterroot Lake, her 12th book and 11th novel, went off to her editor in June. She celebrated with wine and pie. The Solace of Bay Leaves will be released by Seventh Street Books with the ebook and audiobooks coming out on July 21 and the paperback on October 20. The paperback is available for pre-order now.

Waverly Fitzgerald’s Queen of Shadows is now available in paperback, as well as the ebook edition which was released last month by Genesta Press. Ask your favorite bookstore to order, or find it on Amazon.

Robert Herold’s first book, The Eidola Project is a finalist for a 2019 Chanticleer International Book Award in the Paranormal category. Learn more about Bob from his interview with Lyndy Alexander, “My Love Affair with Haunted Houses.”

Jeanne Matthews’ latest blog post on Buried Under Books is “The Telltale Bookshelf.”

Erica Miner’s third book in the Mystery at the Opera series is set to be published by Twilight Times books on November 15, 2020. 

Alexis Morgan’s third Abby McCree mystery, Death by Auction, was published by Kensington Books on May 26, 2020. The fourth book, Death by Intermission, is now available for pre-order and will be released on January 26, 2021.

Annie Pearson’s first Restoration Rules caper set in 1685 Cambridgeshire, No One Dies, is now available from Jugum Press in paperback or as an ebook.

Jen Pitts’ first book The Key to Murder: A French Quarter Mystery was published recently in paperback, ebook, and audiobook editions.

Sarah Niebuhr Rubin’s story “Living Kaddish” is now available to read online in the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Tiferet Journal (PDF).

Charlotte Stuart’s first Discount Detective mystery, Survival Can Be Deadly, is now available as an audiobook. The second book in the series, Campaigning Can Be Deadly, will be released by Walrus Publishing on September 29, 2020 and can be pre-ordered now.