A Book Store Miracle?

One of the best ways for a writer to improve is to read. And choosing books in your particular genre is a great place to start. On a recent trip to our local Barnes & Noble, I was happy to find an entire bookshelf dedicated to my genre: cozy mysteries. Not only that, but the top shelf had several culinary cozies facing front to allow their great covers to attract readers. For those unaware, I specialize in writing such tasty novels.

The marketing ploy worked. I spent more than a few dollars on this trip. The bad news was I could not take well-composed photos of the covers. The good news was the customers taking the books off the shelf were the reason my camera work was rushed. If you have to have a problem, too many customers is a good problem to have, I guess.

If you are looking for a good read or two, and you can’t wait until my novel is published, try one of these!

A Batter of Life and Death

A Batter of Life and Death

Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets

Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets

Dead Men Don't Eat Cookies

Dead Men Don’t Eat Cookies

Icing on the Corpse

Icing on the Corpse