There’s a giveaway going on this week on Goodreads to win one of twelve ARCs for the second in the Mrs. Claus series. For residents of the US or Canada. Enter by the end of August 11 for a chance to win!
If you’re a reviewer with a NetGalley account, Mrs. Claus and the Halloween Homicide is now available. Just follow this link and enter your NetGalley your account info:
I did an interview with Kings River Life, which gave a great review to Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings and is hosting a giveaway. Go visit their website in the next two days for a chance to win a copy of my Christmas cozy mystery. The winner will be picked on December 12!
I’m so happy to be taking part in the 12 Days of Cozies event this year. I’ll be doing a Twitter giveaway and a chat on December 6, but as the name of the event promises, there will twelve days of giveaways and online chats from December 1st through the 12th. I hope you can join in. Lots of books to discover–and maybe win!
It’s the book birthday and series debut for Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings. Mrs. Claus herself is celebrating by visiting Dru’s Book Musing to talk about a Day in her life in Santaland.
There’s a giveaway at Dru’s, so click on the link and leave a comment at her website for a chance to win a copy of Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings!
For readers in the USA, Kensington Books is having a giveaway on Goodreads of 100 Kindle ebook copies of Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings. 100! That’s a lot of copies–and a lot of chances too win one! The deadline for signing up is September 27. Follow the link:
My new Mrs. Claus series will kick off on September 29th with Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings:
It’s the first Christmas in Santaland for April Claus—but it may also be her last unless she can uncover a villain with a killer Christmas wish. . . .
Love is full of surprises—though few compare to realizing that you’re marrying the real-life Santa. April Claus dearly loves her new husband, Nick, but adjusting to life in the North Pole is not all sugarplums and candy canes. Especially when a cantankerous elf named Giblet Hollyberry is killed—felled by a black widow spider in his stocking—shortly after publicly arguing with Nick.
Christmastown is hardly a hotbed of crime, aside from mishaps caused by too much eggnog, but April disagrees with Constable Crinkle’s verdict of accidental death. As April sets out to find the culprit, it’ll mean putting the future of Christmas on the line—and hoping her own name isn’t on a lethal naughty list.