Saturday, July 2, 2022


Hello my friends. 

I'm taking a sick day or two.
Nothing serious. Just a stomach bug.

Behave yourselves (or don't if it's more fun), and I'll see you soon. 

Happy reading!

Friday, July 1, 2022


Take a look at some of the cozies releasing in July!


July 5

Entrepreneur Emma Westlake’s new business is booming until her latest client is arrested for murder in  this new Friend for Hire Mystery by USA Today bestselling author Laura Bradford.

July 12

Kitt Crowe's second Sweet Fiction Bookshop mystery whips up an array of intriguing suspects and motives into a diabolically deft read, perfect for fans of Jenn McKinlay and Joanne Fluke.

It’s summer festival time in Confection, Oregon, and that means a barrage of tourists making cash registers ring at Sweet Fiction Bookshop. But what should be bookseller Lexi’s most lucrative time of year turns disturbing when a member of the chamber of commerce suddenly dies of a heart attack. Not entirely unexpected—considering her family history—but it’s a different story when another chamber member dies just one week later…also, presumably, of natural causes.
Something about this doesn’t read right to Lexi. And it gets more unfathomable when her friend Dash—who dated both women—stands accused of murder! With Cookie, her lovable border collie mix, at her side and countless volumes of inspiration on her shelves, Lexi opens the book on another perplexing case. Who could have murdered two prominent townspeople without leaving even a hint of evidence on the scene? And why is an irksome-but-intriguing detective always seeming to catch her and Cookie working the case?
Lexi’s Confection Rose-colored glasses come off when she learns of thorny discussions among the council members, involving a string of secretive real estate transactions. Enlisting her faithful fellow members of the Macaroon Book Club, Lexi sets out to bind the clues together and clear Dash’s name. But if she can’t devise a clever trap for the real killer, she may soon end up with a very unhappily ever after of her own.

Ice cream and murder. Will this amateur sleuth melt under pressure?
After being humiliated in front of her entire hometown of Moose Knuckle, New Hampshire, Hadley Mortimer heads south to lick her wounds. All the way to the island of Devil's Beach, Florida, where she's opened her first business: Give Me Chills, an artisan ice cream truck. After a couple of weeks, she's living the cream and has even met a gorgeous guy named Zander, who seems to appreciate more than her soft serve cones.

When Zander asks her to bring an ice cream cake to his great-aunt's funeral, she overhears two people talking about murder. Hadley -- a true crime junkie -- lets curiosity get the best of her and she begins to sleuth.

It's not easy juggling a new crush, a popular food truck and a murder investigation. Hadley has to do all three without having a meltdown...

July 14

Cat Latimer found her author career and her love of writing in a paranormal academy series so when the writers retreat gets a group of all paranormal authors, she's over the moon. However, a local professor is causing waves since she doesn't think the retreat or the authors it hosts is literary enough to be sponsored by Covington College anymore. And she'd taken her complaints to the Dean of the English department.

Cat knows she'll have to fight for Covington's sponsorship, but this week, she's going to enjoy her retreat and the quirky guests. Shauna's put together a coz-play part for the guests in conjunction with a local writers group that meets at the local bookstore. However, the night is cut short when they find the literary professor dressed up as a zombie in the barn. But the professor isn't just playing dead. Can Cat solve the mystery before she's framed in the investigation and Uncle Pete has to arrest her for the murder?

July 19

A Dickens of a Christmas turns deadly…

As the holiday season lights up Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, Pepper Reece’s beloved Spice Shop is brimming with cinnamon, nutmeg, and shoppers eager to stuff their stockings. Add to the mix a tasty staff competition—a peppermint bark-off—along with Victorian costumes for this year’s Dickensian Christmas theme, and Pepper 
almost forgets to be nervous about meeting her fisherman boyfriend’s brother for the first time.

But when a young woman working in her friend Vinny’s wine shop is brutally assaulted, costumed revelers and holiday cheer are the last things on Pepper’s mind. Who would want to hurt Beth? Or were they looking for Vinny instead?

The vicious attack upsets everyone at Pike Place, but none more than Pepper’s own employee, Matt Kemp. At first, Pepper is baffled by his reaction, but his clandestine connection to Beth could hold the key to the assailant’s motive. Or perhaps it’s Vinny’s ex-wife who knows more than she’s letting on . . . and what about the mysterious top-hatted man with whom Pepper saw Beth arguing that morning?

As the secrets of the market come to light, long-held grudges, family ties, and hidden plans only further obscure the truth. Is it a ghost of the past rattling its chains, or a contemporary Scrooge with more earthly motives? As Pepper chases down a killer, someone is chasing her, and in the end, the storied market itself may hold the final, deadly clue.

A cozy holiday mystery full of culinary delights and a rich cast of characters, the sixth installment in the Spice Shop Mystery series will keep you turning the page . . . and reaching for another piece of peppermint bark.

July 26

In rural Kentucky, business is booming for Miranda Trent’s unique Appalachian adventure tour company, Paint & Shine. But sometimes murder lurks amid the peaceful mountains, scenic views, and moonshine …

Miranda’s business—combining Appalachian adventure tours with art and a bit of moonshine—is the perfect place for an outdoor sporting goods company to hold an employee retreat.  It’ll be a challenge, but the money they’re paying will definitely help with building her new distillery.
Miranda has lots of teamwork-fostering activities planned, from sketching classes to Southern cooking, but the executive running things prefers a more competitive spirit.  In fact, after the workers are split into teams, they’re told that only the winners will keep their jobs, and tensions begin to spike. Even after a participant is found dead, the contest continues—while Miranda starts drawing her own conclusions about the ambitious attendees. Now she just has to find the proof . . .

Apparently, the mouthwatering new ice cream flavors on the menu in coastal Bar Harbor, Maine, are really just to die for . . .
Food and cocktails columnist Hayley Powell doesn’t know what to believe when Lydia Partridge, the put-together owner of gourmet Bar Harbor Ice Cream, suddenly reveals fears that her husband may be having an affair. There’s no other way to explain why Jamie, a respected professor, was spotted in a remote part of town with a much younger woman. But instead of learning the truth about the secret meeting, Lydia opens her freezer truck to find another surprise—the dead body of a summer employee . . .
The shock continues as photographic evidence proves Jamie was spending time off campus with the victim, one of his students. Now, Lydia desperately needs Hayley to discover if Jamie really is a cheater—and, worse, a ruthless killer. With her own complicated family issues to address, can Hayley make sense of a popular college girl’s love life and out the true culprit before the case, or another person, goes cold?
Includes delectable recipes from Hayley’s kitchen!

For Julia Snowden of the Snowden Family Clambake, Halloween takes on a whole new meaning in the coastal town of Busman's Harbor, Maine, when a seasonal activity turns fatal . . .

With its history of hauntings and ghost sightings, Busman’s Harbor is the perfect setting for Halloween festivities. Despite her busy schedule, Julia agrees to help out with a haunted house tour to protect her mother from overwhelming herself. But when a reenactment of a Prohibition-era gangster’s murder ends with a literal bang and a dead actor from New Jersey, Julia Snowden must identify a killer before she ends up sleeping with the fishes.  

Riley Rhodes returns in the second delicious cozy set in a New England ice cream shop, Meri Allen's Mint Chocolate Murder!

When Udderly Delightful Ice Cream shop manager Riley Rhodes is summoned to Penniman’s Moy Mull Castle, it’s the cherry on top of a successful summer season. The gothic pile built by an eccentric New England Gilded Age millionaire has been transformed into a premiere arts colony by Maud Monaco, a reclusive former supermodel. As part of Moy Mull’s Fall Arts Festival, Maud is throwing a fantasy ice cream social and hires Riley to whip up unique treats to celebrate the opening of an exhibit by Adam Blasco, a photographer as obnoxious as he is talented.

As Penniman fills up with Maud’s art-world friends arriving for the festival, gossip swirls around Blasco, who has a dark history of obsession with his models. Riley’s curiosity and instincts for sleuthing – she was a CIA librarian – are piqued, and she wonders at the hold the cold-hearted photographer has over the mistress of Moy Mull.

But when Adam is found dead behind the locked door of Moy Mull’s dungeon, Riley realizes there’s more than one suspect who’d wanted to put the malicious photographer on ice.

Living in a lighthouse with her dog, Lindsey Bakewell is lulled to sleep at night by the sound of Lake Michigan’s waves—and gets up at the crack of dawn to start the day at her bakery café.  But someone in Beacon Harbor is about to rock the boat with murder . . .
After a career on Wall Street, Lindsey is making a different kind of dough in a pretty lakeside village, and the upcoming blueberry festival—including the pie-eating contest her bakery is hosting—is the highlight of the summer. But soon Beacon Harbor runs into a patch of trouble.
A local real estate agent gets pranked. A parade float gets pelted with water balloons. It’s all laughed off until the stunts start escalating—and looking more like sabotage. As the event turns into a debacle complete with rampaging goats, Lindsey’s sweetheart, a former SEAL, starts investigating. But the juicy mystery takes a bitter turn when a man—dressed up as a Viking—is found dead in a boat, and it’s no longer mischief but murder . . .
Includes Delicious Recipes!

The second book in a delicious culinary cozy series―the muensters have arrived in Balsam Dell in this Halloween cozy mystery featuring a grilled cheese shop owner turned amateur sleuth

After a long hot summer in Balsam Dell, Carly Hale is ready for crisp Vermont weather and gourmet grilled cheeses at her Grilled Cheese Eatery. And the upcoming Halloween food competition is the perfect way to impress the locals.

But Ferris Menard, the owner of Sub-a-Dub-Sub, is nursing a serious grudge against Carly. Two days before the competition, one of Carly's employees quit his part-time gig at Menard's sub shop, sending Menard into a serious snit. In a confrontation at the Eatery, Menard accused Carly of sabotage and vowed to bring her down.

That's when Menard's body is found in his kitchen the morning after the competition, a steak knife sticking out of his heart. But Menard had a slew of enemies, and if Carly doesn't figure out which one is the culprit, she might find herself―or someone she cares about―serving grilled cheese sandwiches under lock and brie!

Shelby Morris came to Holiday Bay after receiving a huge inheritance from a woman she'd never met which she'd been destined to share with two half-sisters she'd never knew existed. It took some time for the three very different siblings to settle the estate in a manner that was agreeable to all of them, but in the end, it was decided that Shelby would stay and take care of things.

Shelby was at loose ends once she'd settled the estate since she'd been working long hours her entire life and wasn't used to so much down time. When she found out a hangout down by the commercial fishing dock was for sale, she decided to take a chance and invest in her future.

The Bistro, which consists of a restaurant, bar, rooftop patio, and live music platform, was exactly the sort of thing Shelby needed to find her footing in Holiday Bay. She knows she'll need help, so she enlists the help of new chef and frequent guest to The Inn at Holiday Bay, Amy Hogan, as well as parttime waitress and longtime local Nikki Peyton. Together with the staff and regular customers that appeared to have come with the place, Shelby is certain she'll be able to create something special.

In book 1 in the series, Shelby decides to clean out the second floor of the building which had been used by the previous owner as a storage area. While clearing out the large dusty space she finds a stack of boxes with so much dust on them that she is certain that they'd been there for decades. Shelby opens to boxes and finds items left behind from the owner of the garment factory that had utilized the space half a century ago. During the course of sifting through the old treasures, Shelby finds a journal that appeared to have been left behind by a man who lived in the area in the nineteen sixties and seventies.

Upon examination, Shelby determines that the journal features pages and pages of code, which she suspects, if decoded, will reveal a secret message. The man who left the journal is long dead, so Shelby enlists the help of her staff, customers, local friends, and the ex-cop turned PI who uses a booth in the bar to meet customers, to help her solve the mystery.

Join Shelby, Amy, Nikki, and a lineup of new as well as familiar characters, as they try to solve what, to that point, had been the cold case of the century.

San Francisco book-restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright loves a good book festival except when murder is the main event in this thrilling new addition to the New York Times bestselling Bibliophile Mystery series.

Brooklyn is excited to be included in the Covington Library’s first annual Mark Twain Festival. She’ll rebind a rare first edition of 
The Prince and the Pauper before an enthusiastic audience of book nerds—her favorite people. The festival is the passion project of wealthy media mogul, book lover, and newspaper owner Joseph Cabot, who considers himself Twain’s biggest fan. Brooklyn’s hunky husband, Derek, and his security team once rescued Joseph from a corporate kidnapping attempt. Now Derek and his agents are charged with keeping Joseph and his beautiful young wife safe during the festivities taking place all over town. 
The centerpiece of the festival is a citywide contest based on 
The Prince and the Pauper: one lucky look-alike will trade places with Joseph for a few days—with access to all the money and power that Joseph commands. Brooklyn and Derek worry that the contest might be generating some dangerous attention. And when someone is mysteriously poisoned right before Brooklyn’s eyes, she’s not convinced that the victim was the intended target. Now she and Derek must frantically chase clues and suspects through the streets of San Francisco before another murder becomes front-page news. . . .


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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Sorry I was a no show yesterday my friends.
I've had my days mixed up.

I mentioned a few days we were going to Lancaster PA this past Saturday. Well, I wasn't feeling well, so we went Monday. 

I told you I would share pictures of our trip, but I forgot my camera, and my old phone doesn't hold much. However, I put my sketching talents to good use and have six to share with you.

I hope you enjoyed my sketches.
I don't normally share my work with anyone. 
Also, my sketching is free flowing, so please don't ask me to do a sketch for you. I simply can't no matter how much you offer me.

Monday, June 27, 2022


Author Toni LoTempio

I'm so excited today to have in the spotlight, author
Toni LoTempio 
and the audio reveal of her amazing book 

Check out more information from Toni herself . . .

Calling all Nick and Nora fans!  The audio version of MURDER FAUX PAWS is finally here!

After a long wait, the audio version of the fifth Nick and Nora mystery is now available!

For those not familiar with the series, here’s a brief synopsis:

When a local PI’s untimely death is ruled a suicide by the police, budding sleuth Nora Charles has no intention of letting sleeping dogs lie—or sleeping cats, for that matter. Certain it was a case of foul play, Nora rouses her trusty sidekick Nick and launches an investigation of her own. Then a second PI is murdered, and Nora knows the two men were on to something—and that she’s on to something too.

Following the enigmatic clues left by her late predecessors, Nora soon uncovers a plot that involves a local politician, missing campaign funds, and what could be a bogus real estate deal. But when hints of treason surface, what started as small-time thievery soon balloons into a matter of national security. With the uncanny Nick sniffing out—and spelling out—leads, Nora follows a trail that will take her to the heart of a shadowy conspiracy, and into a trap set by a conniving culprit that will have her wishing she had Nick’s nine lives . . .

This is the fifth entry in the Nick and Nora mystery series, published by Beyond the Page. Look for #6, A PURR BEFORE DYING, in February of 2023!

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And debuting on June 21st . . .

the second Pet Shop Mystery


With the grand re-opening of her Urban Tails Pet Shop just days away, Shell McMillan has her hands full planning entertainment for the festive event, including a fortune-telling parrot. But her jubilant mood is soon threatened by ominous rumors of the return of Johnny Draco, a former investment guru who swindled money from most of the residents of Fox Hollow and then vanished without a trace. And when the parrot predicts a dire future for Draco and his dead body is found just hours later, no one can say they’re surprised—but no one will say who did it.

With virtually everyone in town a suspect, the police turn their focus on a good friend of Shell’s who was seen arguing with the victim shortly before his death. Determined to clear her friend’s name, Shell begins investigating Draco’s past, his former employer, and everyone who lost money to him. And when the trail of clues suggests there may have been a completely different motive for the murder, Shell suddenly realizes she’s uncovered a secret someone would kill to keep hidden—and that if she’s not careful, the parrot may be predicting she has no future at all . . .

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Sunday, June 26, 2022


I'm excited to be a stop on the blog tour for
Book 3 in the Fairy Garden Mysteries
Daryl Wood Garber

The proprietor of a fairy garden and tea shop in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Courtney Kelly has an occasional side gig as a sleuth—with a sprinkling of magical assistance. . . .

Courtney has thrown a few fairy garden parties—for kids. But if a local socialite is willing to dip into her trust fund for an old sorority sister’s fortieth birthday bash, Courtney will be there with bells on. To make the job even more appealing, a famous actress, Farrah Lawson, is flying in for the occasion, and there’s nothing like a celebrity cameo to raise a business’s profile.
Now Courtney has less than two weeks to paint a mural, hang up tinkling windchimes, plan party games, and conjure up all the details. While she works her magic, the hostess and her girlfriends head off for an indulgent spa day—which leads to a fateful facial for Farrah, followed by her mysterious death. Could the kindhearted eyebrow waxer who Farrah berated in public really be the killer, as the police suspect? Courtney thinks otherwise, and with the help of her imaginative sleuth fairy, sets out to dig up the truth behind this puzzling murder . . .

LKBR:  Hi, Daryl Wood Gerber, it’s great to have you with us.

DWG: Thank you for having me!

LKBR: Please tell us a bit about yourself.

DWG: I’ve been writing for a long time. My first book was published in 2010. Since that time, I’ve written over 25 books, and I’m having a blast creating stories. When I’m not writing, I like to bake, read, and golf.  I have a goldendoodle named Sparky who likes to take me on walks. J

LKBR: Please tell us about your new book.

DWG: A HINT OF MISCHIEF is the 3rd Fairy Garden Mystery.

Courtney has thrown a few fairy garden parties—for kids. But if a local socialite is willing to dip into her trust fund for an old sorority sister’s fortieth birthday bash, Courtney will be there with bells on. To make the job even more appealing, a famous actress, Farrah Lawson, is flying in for the occasion, and there’s nothing like a celebrity cameo to raise a business’s profile.
Now Courtney has less than two weeks to paint a mural, hang up tinkling windchimes, plan party games, and conjure up all the details. While she works her magic, the hostess and her girlfriends head off for an indulgent spa day—which leads to a fateful facial for Farrah, followed by her mysterious death. Could the kindhearted eyebrow waxer who Farrah berated in public really be the killer, as the police suspect? Courtney thinks otherwise, and with the help of her imaginative sleuth fairy, sets out to dig up the truth behind this puzzling murder . . .


LKBR: Do you remember where you were/what you were doing when the idea of this book/series came to you?

DWG: Yep. It was right before Covid hit. I was at a writing conference talking to a woman who does audio recordings for books.  She told me about her daughter’s fairy garden party. When I went home, I did a deep dive on Pinterest looking for images of fairy garden parties. There were some fabulous ones, but all were for children! While viewing them, I  decided to write about an adult fairy garden party.  Now, a little bit of kismet, the woman who gave me the idea—Sandra Murphy—is doing the audio recordings for the Fairy Garden Mysteries.


LKBR: How did you go about submitting your first idea for a book? Was that first book published?

DWG: I researched which agents were accepting submissions for mysteries, and I wrote query letters. A LOT of query letters.  And I received a lot of rejections.  I was getting responses that said, “I enjoy your writing or the story or style, but I can’t sell this book.  Do you have another?” So it went into a drawer. My second book also went into a drawer.  So did my third. A few years later, when I was about ready to give up, I lucked out and met an agent who liked my work. She, like the others, couldn’t sell what I’d written, but we worked together coming up with ideas, and then out of the blue, she offered me the opportunity to audition for a work-for-hire cozy mystery at Berkley Prime Crime. I got the job and started writing the Cheese Shop Mysteries under the pseudonym Avery Aames. The first book launched my career. It won the Agatha Award for best first novel. A couple years later, after proving myself, I pitched The Cookbook Nook Mysteries to my editor and was granted another contract, this time written under my own name, Daryl Wood Gerber.


LKBR: Is writing your fulltime job? What’s your writing schedule like?

DWG: Yes. I’m lucky enough to write fulltime. I’m at my desk by 9 a.m. I play a word game or two, and then I dive in. I have a schedule every day listing what I want to accomplish—how many pages I’ll write, or whether I need to work on my outline. I’m usually done around 4 p.m. I walk my dog Sparky then. Some days, I go longer (to 5 or 6 or 7 p.m.), particularly when I’m in final editing mode and the book is due! I have PR responsibilities to promote my writing, as well, on social media and for blogs. Last week, I was writing chapters for the 12th Cookbook Nook and doing PR for A HINT OF MISCHIEF. It’s non-stop.


LKBR: No matter where you are, do you write down ideas when inspiration strikes?

DWG: I record them on my cell phone. Then I transcribe them and put them into a file on my computer. I have notes for every book, every series. And I have a “new ideas” file, too. I never know which idea will be the one that really captures my imagination, so I don’t throw any of them out.


LKBR: Do you write your book(s) from beginning to end or do you do you write scenes out of order then pull them together?

DWG: I have been known to write scenes out of order. I don’t like getting stuck, so if there’s a scene that just isn’t working, I might write in my manuscript FIX THIS SCENE, then skip it and move on. I’ve written the last scene first, too, only because I know where I want the book to go, like a road map, so I get it down on paper. As long as there is a complete book when I edit, I don’t care how it comes together in the process. I do work with a basic outline. That really helps me. I tweak the outline as I write the manuscript, but just having a guide keeps me on track.


LKBR: Have you ever killed off a series’ regular character (if you have a series)? If yes, was it hard for you to do? What were your reader’s reactions to it?

DWG: I have not. My publisher ended a series, and that bothered readers, but I personally did not kill any regulars.


LKBR: Where do you do most of your writing?

DWG: I do most of it in my office. I do final editing in my dining room with pages spread everywhere on the dining table. If I’m out and about doing errands, I often take along my computer. I can write scenes at a coffee shop, in my car, and elsewhere. I try not to let any environment limit my creativity.


LKBR: What are three things always within reach when you’re writing?

DWG: Water, my cell phone, my computer.


LKBR: Please describe yourself in one sentence.

DWG: I’m an energetic, positive, upbeat person who loves to tell stories, encourage others, and laugh.


LKBR: Do you have a message for your readers?

DWG: If you have a dream, believe you can achieve it.


LKBR: Thank you so much, Daryl, for spending time with us today. Can’t wait to chat with you again!

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About Daryl Wood Gerber

Agatha Award-winning author Daryl Wood Gerber is best known for her nationally bestselling Fairy Garden Mysteries, Cookbook Nook Mysteries, and French Bistro Mysteries. As Avery Aames, she penned the popular Cheese Shop Mysteries. In addition, Daryl writes the Aspen Adams Novels of Suspense as well as stand-alone suspense. Daryl loves to cook, fairy garden, and read. She has a frisky Goldendoodle who keeps her in line. And she has been known to jump out of a perfectly good airplane and hitch-hike around Ireland alone. You can learn more on her website: httsp://

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