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Greetings and happy early Thanksgiving! I wish you and your family blessings in these difficult times. Like many folks, we in the Ramirez household are getting ready for the holidays. And, at least for me, that means lots more Netflix and a few extra pounds. Well, I say, bring it on.
The Blood She Wore, Book 3 in the Sarah Greene Mysteries series, is on sale—whew! To be honest, I wasn’t sure I could get two books out this year. But I did it, thanks to my gifted editor and my cover designer. The ebook is available exclusively at Amazon. The paperback will be on sale everywhere.
Speaking of paperbacks…
I’ve been trying to come up with a way to provide signed copies of my books without incurring the social distance authorities’ wrath. And I think I’ve figured it out. I’ve decided to sell books on my website.
When you order, I’ll mail you a signed paperback and a bookmark. For those—like me—who love comparison shopping on Amazon, I’m charging the same price. And if all goes well, I plan to add other merch such as mugs and T-shirts.
To get an idea of how this works, take a look at The Blood She Wore book page.
Wow, check this out! A fellow paranormal mystery author, Stuart Jaffe, is offering some free books. If you enjoy detectives with a side of ghosts, then check out this intriguing series.
The Max Porter Starter Library
When Max Porter moves to North Carolina, he discovers his office is haunted by the ghost of a 1940s detective. So, he does what anybody in that situation would do … starts a detective agency with the ghost!
Taking real Southern history and mixing it with witches, ghosts, curses, and magic, Max Porter has been delighting readers for nearly a decade.
Join the world of Max Porter, and you’ll receive the first TWO books and a bonus short story FREE!
Over the past few years, Netflix has upped its game, reinventing itself as a studio to be reckoned with. And the latest example of its ability to deliver outstanding content is The Queen’s Gambit. I grew up in the sixties, and I was hooked from the first frame.
Okay, that’s a wrap. See you next month, when I attempt to put up Christmas lights while that guy from the LeafFilter commercials holds the ladder. Peace and love.