I’d like to once again thank author (Watching Glass Shatter, Father Figure) and blogger James J. Cudney—Jay—for the review of The Connecticut Corpse Caper. The first in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series, it was originally written as a stand-alone cozy. But the gals—JJ, Rey, and Linda—decided they wanted P.I. careers (in Hawaii, no less) and the rest, as the saying goes, is history.
Please check out This is My Truth Now, his awesome blog. You’ll find insightful posts, book reviews, personal adventures and bucket lists, among other things. And if you’re looking for some good reads, I wholeheartedly suggest Watching Glass Shatter and Father Figure. You won’t be disappointed.
As stated in my FB post, he’s personable and sweet, and incredibly approachable. I’m very thankful our paths crossed.
Julie’s blog is “a place where I’ll post reviews for other independent authors . . . and a few things of interest”. An attractive, clean and crisp blog, it’s easy to follow (I do so like that).
Her blog serves as a companion for the website “Alchemy – The Magic of Words”, a venue for writers and readers alike. Here, Julie invites you to discuss words in any form. Look for guidance on writing and reviews, among other things.
I’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Julie for a review of my e-book The Connecticut Corpse Caper (the first in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series). Here’s the link to her review on Amazon:
Check out Lynda’s blog to find out about awesome new books, free books, and giveaways. If you’re an author, it’s a great place to promote your book(s); just check out the guidelines.
Her blog is a companion for the website “Books Direct”, which is “one-stop online book store for the whole family”.
I also owe Lynda a huge thank-you for a review of my e-book The Connecticut Corpse Caper (the first in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series). Here are the links to the review on the Amazon page and Books Direct.