“Lisa Ks Book Reviews” Blog

 

Lisa Kelley’s cute and very “cozy” blog is “for and about Cozy mysteries and their wonderful authors”.  (How positive and gracious is that?  I love it.)

There’s also a Facebook page, aptly entitled “Lisa Ks Book Reviews”, to share thoughts about them.

If you’re into cozies, there’s a lot to be found on her blog—so please visit, peruse, and discover.  You’ll see why “Lisa K’s Book Reviews” was voted one of the Top 10 cozy mystery blogs by A Cozy Experience.  Congrats, Lisa!

http://lisaksbookthoughts.blogspot.com

 

Valerie Long and Her “Valerie’s Musings” Blog

Valerie Long, a librarian and book blogger, has a very cool, attractively arranged blog dedicated to “book blogging and other musings on life”.

Easy on the eyes, easy to follow, the blog started out with the purpose of providing book reviews, with some posts about “life and the world”.  Since then, Valerie has increased the scope to author spotlights, interviews, challenges and related book posts.

Though cozies are her favorite, she states she does have a “wide array when it comes to reading”.

If you happen to be an author and would like a book review, or you simply happen to love books, please visit her blog.

https://valeriesmusings76.wordpress.com

Amy Metz’ “A Blue Million Books” Blog

Amy’s fabulous blog was created with the benevolent intention of helping other authors promote their work (as an indie author, she recognized how hard it is to get our names and books out there).  That’s commendable and we fellow writers thank her!

She’s writing a humorous southern mystery series, which I’m looking forward to checking out, given I love humor and the South.  For updates, interviews and reviews, please check out her website: http://authoramymetz.com.

Ah yes.  As an FYI, per Amy, “a blue million” means a lot of something.  I hope she realizes a blue million of success with her writing and blogging ventures.

Another FYI: she’s featuring “The Connecticut Corpse Caper” (written by yours truly) on her blog today (May 20th).

http://abluemillionbooks.blogspot.com

 

 

 

 

 

Kathleen Kelly’s “Celticlady’s Reviews”

I love Celtic Lady’s blog—how can an Irish bhean (hope I got that right) not have shamrocks as a backdrop?

A wife, mother, and grandmother, Kathleen Kelly does not however reside on the Emerald Isle; you can find her in Wisconsin.  Blogging began in 2009 when she could no longer work full-time.  As she was fond of reading, she began reviewing books and loved it.  She finds it “fun to discover new authors out there”.

Her other blogs include:

Today, May 19th, on “Celticlady’s Reviews”, she’s featuring a spotlight and excerpt on yours truly.  If you have a second, perhaps you could pop by?

https://celticladysreviews.blogspot.ca

Shannon Muir & “The Pulp and Mystery Shelf” Blog

Shannon Muir’s blog, “The Pulp and Mystery Shelf”, offers author and character interviews, guest posts and spotlights.

Not only does Shannon produce all this, she writes, too!  Her focuses are on mystery, New Pulp and Noir, and fiction primarily “featuring contemporary women in a range of situations”, though she’ll feature some male leads, too.

Please check out the blog to see all her works/projects (they’re impressive) and find out more about her (she’s impressive, too).

Not only is she administrator of “The Pulp and Mystery Shelf”, she oversees and manages branded books in “Infinite House of Books”.

On May 18th, you can find an interview pour moi on Shannon’s blog (for which I thank her profusely), but look around: there’s a lot to discover.

Shannon’s blogs and website (I must find out how she manages all this) can be found at:

http://mysteryshelf.com

http://house-of-books.com

http://shannon-muir.com

Stacey Schneller & “Books, Dreams, Life” Blog (featuring Me May 17 2017)

Please check out Stacey Schneller’s blog “Books,Dreams,Life” for book postings and reviews, as well as giveaways.

If you visit https://staceyschneller06.wordpress.com, you’ll find a link to her new Blogger blog.  The move from WordPress, she states, is due to “some problems WordPress and I have not gotten along in the past month”.   <LOL>

I can so-o relate.  My reason/excuse for having blog problems, however, is I’m not that technically savvy—yet (I always like to add).  Issues abound coz I can’t quite seem to get it.  It’s all good, though.  Learning = growing and developing, and [eventually] truly becoming very technically savvy.  <LOL again>

Just click on the link and you’ll be redirected.  Just in case, though, here it is:

http://booksdreamslife0829.blogspot.ca

Leslie’s “Storeybookreviews.com” Blog & “The Connecticut Corpse Caper”

Dog-lover Leslie readily admits she’s a “book junkie” (I can relate, having been one once myself—now, I’m a “writing junkie”).

She loves cozies, romance, chick lit, mystery/thrillers—like me, everything except horror.  Her reading passion started with Little House on the Prairie and, again like me, Nancy Drew.  <LOL>

Leslie will review books for those that ask and will also do giveaways: please see the “Review” tab on her site.

Please visit her at http://storeybookreviews.com.

Blogger Nicole – Review of “The Connecticut Corpse Caper”

Thirty-something Nicole is an attractive wife and mother of three.  Her blog is dedicated to her “favorite things”.  You can find a sundry of book reviews and some great giveaways.

While she prefers romance and cozies, she admits that she also enjoys reading outside her comfort zone.

I’d like to thank her profusely for the promo tour / review (and, yes, there is a giveaway).

Please check out her blog and Facebook pages:

http://bloggernicole.com

https://www.facebook.com/bloggernicole

Julie Elizabeth Powell – Review of “The Connecticut Corpse Caper”

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).

http://julieelizabethpowell.blogspot.co.uk

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.

http://www.freewebs.com/julizpow/publishing.htm

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:

https://www.amazon.com/Connecticut-Corpse-Triple-Threat-Mystery-ebook

Lynda Dickson, Books Direct – Review for “The Connecticut Corpse Caper”

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.

http://booksdirectonline.blogspot.ca

Her blog is a companion for the website “Books Direct”, which is “one-stop online book store for the whole family”.

http://booksdirectonline.com

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.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Connecticut-Corpse-Triple-Threat-Mystery-ebook

http://booksdirectonline.blogspot.ca/search?q=connecticut+corpse+caper