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Month: July 2017

Summer of Mystery Facebook Event

Summer of Mystery Facebook Event

Calling all amateur sleuths: the Summer of Mystery is happening this weekend, July 28-30! If you’re a fan of whodunits, you won’t want to miss this event and your chance to win some killer books (pun intended 😉 ). Play games, win prizes, meet new indie authors, and discover great mysteries for your summer reading. Two lucky winners will take home a copy of The Lover’s Portrait, my amateur sleuth art mystery set in Amsterdam! Stop by this weekend and…

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Last chance to enter Goodreads Giveaway for Notes of a Naive Traveler: Nepal and Thailand

Last chance to enter Goodreads Giveaway for Notes of a Naive Traveler: Nepal and Thailand

UPDATE:  The giveaway is over; many thanks to the 1,509 Goodreads members who entered to win a paperback! You made my day!   Don’t miss your chance to win a signed paperback copy of Notes of a Naive Traveler: Nepal and Thailand! Head over to Goodreads now to enter (ends July 25).     And thanks to Anne Janzer for posting a lovely new review: ‘Engaging travel story; worth the trip!’ Can’t wait to begin your adventure to Nepal and…

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Why read the book if you can watch the movie? By Robbie Cheadle

Why read the book if you can watch the movie? By Robbie Cheadle

Today I am pleased to share a wonderful blog post by children’s author Robbie Cheadle. In this increasingly interconnected world it can be difficult for parents to explain to their children why basic math and writing skills are important. I know I am shocked by how much my six-year-old already knows about iPads, Kindle readers and desktops.  Why should he bother to learn to write neatly if everything is sent via computer anyway? Robbie has an eloquent answer for us…

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The Man Who Fooled the Third Reich by Maggi Andersen

The Man Who Fooled the Third Reich by Maggi Andersen

Mystery Thriller Week brought me into contact with all sorts of amazing authors, including the lovely Maggi Andersen. She’s the author of twenty-four novels and several short stories, written in the contemporary Mystery, Historical Romance and Romantic Suspense genres. She’s even contributed to a non-fiction book about castles, customs and kings in Scotland! It is my pleasure to share her article about one of my favorite Dutch personalities, Han van Meegeren. Find out now why the Dutch love this art…

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