Peggy Barnett’s book Bitter Fruit is finally available in bookstores and on Amazon!
The book launch party will be on July 23 at BookTree Bookstore in Kirkland. It starts at 4 PM.
Peggy says: “I can’t believe how much work there is to selling the book. Readings, building a website, social media—it’s hard to get to it all. And being self-published faces a lot of prejudice in the industry. But so what, I’ve got a book that I love in my hands!”
She hopes to see you all at the party.
Leslie Budewitz is delighted to report that her short story, “Coming Clean: A Stagecoach Mary Fields Story” (Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Jan-Feb 2021), was named a finalist for the Spur Awards given by the Western Writers of America, in the short story category. “Coming Clean” is the third story featuring real-life historical figure Mary Fields, born in slavery in Tennessee in 1832. In 1885, at St. Peter’s Mission in Montana Territory, Mary untangles a web of secrets that surface when a young nun find her vows in conflict with her new life.
Slain Over Spumoni, Tessa Floreano’s debut romantic mystery novella, will be published by The Wild Rose Press as part of their One Scoop or Two lighthearted beach read series. It will be published on August 17th, four days before National Spumoni Day.
Watch her website for launch events!
DeeAnna Galbraith lives in Eastern Washington wine country and had two successful signings recently at Hedges Family Estates and Murat-Gaston Purple Star wineries. She almost sold out of her latest mystery releases, Angel Falls and Creole Secret.