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Tag Archives for " Cozy Mystery Series "

Designing a Book Cover

One of the great things about owning your own indie publishing company is that you get to control the cover art. I know they say don't judge a book by its cover, but everyone judges a book by its

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Step Back in Time: Clockwise Collection

Looking for a fun beach read? The Clockwise Collection is a fun read for all ages that combines time travel with a touch of romance. If you love Ginger Gold and gang I think you will enjoy the Clockwise

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Quantum physics – Did you know?

In a previous blog post we discussed Transhumanism and AI's. This week we'll be delving into quantum mechanics. Sounds intimidating doesn't it? So much has been written on the topic that I'm still learning

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Transhumanism – What do you know?

Have you heard of Transhumanism? Neither had I until I started writing The Perception Trilogy. Transhumanism is the belief that humankind can develop beyond its present form. In other words, transhumanists

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🎉 Three reasons why I’m celebrating! ((and why you should be too)) 🎉

Here are my 3 reasons why I've been doing my happy dance!1. Murder at St. George's Church is now LIVE!2. Early reviews have been great. Whew! "This is an excellent addition to this

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Are you ready for more adventures with Ginger Gold?!

I've finished writing Murder at Feathers & Flair and started the editorial process. Yay! I can't believe I'm already four books into the Ginger Gold series. What an adventure it's been. I hope you

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Murder on the SS Rosa is out! Where does Ginger Gold go from here?

When I was searching for my next series idea I decided to combine my two loves: mystery and history. I have a particular interest in the war years and a curiosity that has turned into an obsession of the between war

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New Series Reveal!

Introducing my new cozy historical mystery series, the Ginger Gold Mysteries, set in the 1920s. Mark TO READ on Goodreads I've always found the 1920s a fascinating decade, lavish decadence bookended

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