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Two Free Amazon Promotions This Weekend (11/30 – 12/2/2018)

Cozy Mystery & YA Novel Free Promotion

Both Seasonal Reads.

Mystery Cozy:  Mystery editor Taylor Browning is dispatched to Arizona from her Santa Fe publishing office to take possession of their next best-selling manuscript. When she arrives in Sedona the author is uncooperative, the locals have strange pursuits and a killer has surfaced. Can she escape with the manuscript and be home for Christmas? It doesn’t look too promising. Once again proving that book publishing is murder!

5 Stars: “Love the characters, love the settings, love the plot! Book 2 left me ready for book 3. This is one of my favorite series.” — Amazon Customer

Teen/YA:  What kind of Christmas gift do you buy for your dad’s new girlfriend? Especially when you don’t like her. Courtney’s dad moved the family to a new city after her mother died. In Santa Fe, all the houses are brown and she doesn’t know anyone. But a new friend next door introduces her to hot air balloons–and criminal mischief. Dad’s not in town. Will the girlfriend help her? 

Click on the book to go straight to the Amazon product page.

Would love some reviews on these new books. Thank you for participating. Happy Holidays!

 

 

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#Free Three Days. Reluctant Medium Paranormal #Mystery.

Reluctant Medium Set Free

Beginning Sunday, August 12, 2018 at midnight, Reluctant Medium will be FREE for three days.

Reluctant Medium is the first in the Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mystery Series.

Click on the cover to download for Free.

It all began innocently enough, Rachel only wished to speak with her dead father. A journalist, he had died under mysterious circumstances. She employed a Hopi ritual she hoped would accomplished this. 

FROM THE BOOK: “Rachel learned the ancient ceremony while researching an article about the Hopi Nation. Some Native Americans and followers of eastern philosophies believe one can call back the dead. In her interviews, Joseph, a Hopi holy man, had recounted instances. It was unusual for tribe members to discuss such things with outsiders, but she had written a sensitive portrayal of life within the reservation and Joseph warmed to her. He liked Rachel’s sincerity and the deep respect she had for their traditions.”

As the ceremony progressed, Rachel began to feel anxious as things she didn’t understand developed in her living room.

FROM THE BOOK: Her body trembled as she watched the vapor seep first from the seam where hardwood floor met plaster and then from the intricate crown molding. It poured from beneath the couch like mist on a lake and slid along the wallpapered ceiling, coming ever closer while she watched, fascinated, but with growing anxiety. The hissing began softly, rising to the clamor of a den of disturbed rattlesnakes. Midpoint in the room, the two streams rose and dipped to join in a common countenance. The darkest colors of the miasma collected in an eerie spiral holding pattern, while the particles which reflected light crept away like fog throughout the room, closing off escape.

Once a figure materialized before her, Rachel knew something wasn’t right. She was certain it wasn’t her father.

FROM THE BOOK: “You’re sputtering, Rachel.” He knew her! “How is brother dearest? Still looking over his shoulder?” The comment carried a threat.

Before she could think of anything to say, the arrogant spirit hastened to the front door and vanished, through it, beyond it, into the night.

Rachel stared at the door, willing it to reveal the truth of what just happened. She’d made a terrible mistake. “Oh, my god,” she whispered. “What have I done?”

Now it’s up to Rachel to send back the undead with the help of her best friend, spirit animal and her psychic cat. Along the way she meets an actor filming his series in Santa Fe. She is drawn to him, but he’s married. In the meantime, her divorce from her husband, a documentary producer, is going forward. Will her boss be receptive to taking her back at High Desert Country magazine? And she’s developed a new talent; she sees dead people, no really. Change is everywhere.

 

 

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