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Ready to escape your reality? Rosa Reed to the rescue!

Hello, Friends!

What crazy times we're living in. How has the current COVID-19 crisis affected you? Norm and I cut our time in Mexico short and have headed home. It's disappointing, but so many are disappointed right now. And we're required to self-isolate for two weeks. Are you self-isolating?

I know sudden change and facing the unknown can be very stressful, so please don't forget to do a little self-care. If there's a silver lining, maybe it's this: life can slow down for a while! More time to communicate with friends and family, even if it's online.

Also, more time to READ! And in that regard, I can help.  I'm very excited to present the first book of my brand new 1950s cozy mystery series, Murder at High Tide – Rosa Reed Mystery book 1. It releases on Tuesday!!

Preorder today and make sure it shows up on your kindle, then snuggle in and enjoy! Lots of love, especially during these trying times.

PREORDER YOUR COPY HERE!

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Ginger Gold's Book Club

This month we're talking about The Wedding! Get your questions ready.

Join us on Thursday, March 26th

If you're new to the club, it's a space where members can talk freely about the books, ask me any question, give advice, ask about my writing process, my personal life, tell me things they find interesting. Anything goes. Spoilers are allowed.

Joining is easy, but you have to be a member of my Facebook Readers' Group to get in.

CLICK HERE to join the Group!

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Exclusive bonus material for my newsletter subscribers

How it All Began. . .

Like many British children during World War Two, Rosa Reed’s parents, Ginger and Basil Reed, made the heart-wrenching decision to send their child to a foreign land and out of harm’s way. Fortunately, Ginger’s half-sister Louisa and her family, now settled in the quaint coastal town of Santa Bonita, California, was pleased to take her in.

By the spring of  1945, Rosa Reed had almost made it through American High School unscathed, until the American army decided to station an army base there. Until she met the handsome Private Miguel Belmonte and fell in love. . .

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