Guest Chick: Angela Maria Hart

Please join us in giving a very warm welcome to Angela Maria Hart, the brilliant mind behind the Cozy Mystery Book Club! She puts so much time and energy into celebrating the cozy mystery genre, for which authors and readers alike are incredibly grateful. Read on for all the details… Welcome to The Cozy Mystery Book Club Hello Fellow Mystery Lovers! I am honored to … Continue reading Guest Chick: Angela Maria Hart

Guest Chick: Raquel V. Reyes

Ellen here and I’m so happy to welcome Raquel V. Reyes, whose debut mystery, Mango, Mambo, and Murder is garnering a lot of buzz! What in the world is a food anthropologist?   Miriam Quiñones-Smith is the main character in the new Caribbean Kitchen Mystery series. As one might guess by the series’ title, it is a culinary cozy. But despite being the host of … Continue reading Guest Chick: Raquel V. Reyes

Guest Chick: Linda Lovely

Please join us in giving author Linda Lovely a very warm welcome! Linda has kindly offered to give away one copy of With Neighbors Like These–all commenters below today will be entered to win. The HOA Funny Papers With Neighbors Like These, the first book in my new HOA Mystery Series, doesn’t fit in the humorous mystery category. Yet, since homeowner associations provide the homicidal … Continue reading Guest Chick: Linda Lovely

Guest Chick: Liz Milliron

The Chicks are so happy to welcome back Liz Milliron, author of the Laurel Highlands Mysteries and the Home Front Mysteries! Editing – It Makes a Difference Thank you Chicks for having me as a guest. It’s great to be back. Harm Not the Earth is the fourth in The Laurel Highlands Mysteries series and it’s been the most…interesting to edit. I am anal about … Continue reading Guest Chick: Liz Milliron

Guest Chick: Annette Dashofy

We are so delighted to welcome back Annette Dashofy, Agatha-Award-nominated author of the Zoe Chambers mysteries!   Cats in Fact and Fiction A friend recently asked me if I plan to include horses in all my books. It’s a fair question. In my Zoe Chambers mysteries, Zoe owns a horse and has managed a boarding and training facility in the past. During the last few … Continue reading Guest Chick: Annette Dashofy

Ellen’s Book Birthday: CAJUN KISS OF DEATH

It’s the book birthday for CAJUN KISS OF DEATH, the seventh book in our very own Ellen Byron’s Cajun Country Mystery series! The next shot from Cupid’s bow may be fatal in USA Today bestselling, Agatha Award-winning author Ellen Byron’s hearty and delightful seventh Cajun Country mystery. In Pelican, Louisiana, Valentine’s Day has a way of warming the heart, despite the February chill. But the air at … Continue reading Ellen’s Book Birthday: CAJUN KISS OF DEATH

Guest Chick: Judy Penz Sheluk

We’re happy to welcome back Judy Penz Sheluk, who offers invaluable insight into how stories are chosen – or not chosen – for an anthology. Read and learn! For the past three years, my indie-imprint, Superior Shores Press, has published a multi-author anthology of mystery and suspense on June 18th. Each time, the process has been the same: Post a Call for Submissions in October … Continue reading Guest Chick: Judy Penz Sheluk

Guest Chick: Gabby Allan

Leslie Karst here, welcoming the talented, witty, and prolific author, Gabby Allan, aka Misty Simon. Gabby’s got a new book out, Much Ado About Nauticaling, the first in the Whit and Whiskers mystery series, set on Catalina Island in Southern California. And she’s generously giving away a copy of the new book to THREE lucky readers who comment below! Take it away, Gabby: Hello there, … Continue reading Guest Chick: Gabby Allan

Chick Chat – Best (or Worst) Book or Movie Adaptions for 5 Thousand, Please

Readers, for the daily double jackpot prize (our unbridled enthusiasm and gratitude), we Chicks want to know: What movie-based-on-a-book (or vice versa) do you feel most strongly about–positively or negatively? **Extra points if you give the answer in the form of a clue!**

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