Friday, January 10, 2014

New Release: Hunting for Happenstance!



Hunting for Happenstance:
 A Merchant Street Mystery Book 2!

available now through
Sweet Cravings Publishing!

(Available through third-party distributors in one week.)

Use COUPON CODE:  SALE50 to receive 50% off.
(You can use this code on all SCP books today through Sunday only!)


About the book: This book is a contemporary sweet (clean) romantic suspense suitable for young adults and up. It is a mystery under the definition of: something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain and not a mystery novel with clues.

Blurb:  High-spirited Daniela Estrada is tired of waiting for life and love to come to her in her poppa’s butcher shop. She wants to open her own doggie grooming business on Merchant Street and get practical Duston “Buck” Cooper, who owns the Bird Dog Gun Shop, to step out of his shell and ask her out.

Instead, while her Uncle Benito is deer hunting, he ends up missing and the area is swarming with aggressive black bears which holds up the search party. Duston and his dog, Ruger, have helped the police on other cases, and he is training a Karelian Bear dog. Will he help Daniela find her uncle?

Duston adores Daniela but secrets about his brother prevent him from getting close to anyone. He believes that if something is meant to be, it will just happen. Is Daniela’s missing uncle just the shot in the dark the two need to find love and happiness?  


5 Star Review: "In her next book for the Merchant Street series, the author Cindy Christiansen, weaves a mystery filled with knowledge which provides the reader with facts not fluff on a variety of subjects.  The very likeable characters, Daniela and Buck, must work together to find Daniela's missing uncle.  As the search progresses, each one strives to overcome personal issues in order to find their "happily ever after" which culminates amidst the warmth of family and friends at the town's yearly gathering.  Several aspects of the book that I particularly enjoyed were Daniela's high-spirited nature, the portrayal of a close-knit family and community, the familiarity of characters from previous novels in the series, and the author's inclusion of factual information, all of which contributed greatly to my enjoyment of this novel." D. Anderson

Cindy A. Christiansen
Sweet Romance, Humor, Suspense...and Dogs!
Fly into a good book at:  http://www.dragonflyromance.com

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

The Love Letter by Erica Matthews, November 7, 2013

Erica Matthews shares the news about her first published romance, The Love Letter, on Thursday November 7, 2013 over at the Feeling Nosey blog. The setting is romantic Tybee Island on the coast of Georgia.



Blurb:

How can an innocent letter cause so much trouble?

Sabrina returns to Tybee Island to help her sister run a bed and breakfast inn. She never expects to meet the man who knows all about the most embarrassing moment of her life. Will she ever escape the consequences of a letter she wished had never been written?

Meredith is on the island for peace and quiet – two things he needs to complete his next bestseller. He doesn’t want complications. Running into Sabrina is a disturbance of the worst kind - a reminder of an encounter he can’t seem to forget.

Will the unexpected reunion of Sabrina and Meredith finally reveal the secrets surrounding the love letter?


Come over and learn more about the book and this author!

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Sweet Mystery Author Cindy A. Christiansen guest stars!

Cindy A. Christiansen guest stars on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013 over at the Feeling Nosey? blog. She'll discuss her sweet romantic mystery book, "Time Will Tell." This is an interview you don't want to miss! :)


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Monday, October 14, 2013

A Clean Romance by Cindy A. Christiansen



This is a contemporary sweet romance novelette.

Storyline:  Kara Bissell loves vacuuming, dusting, washing, and polishing. No, honestly. But most universities don’t offer a degree in Domestic Engineering, so Kara plans on figuring out a major later. For now, she needs a summer job to help pay tuition. Going door-to-door selling cleaning products wasn’t exactly what she had in mind, but it will have to do.

She ends up knocking on Benjamin Bernini’s door, a talented sculptor. When his grungy English Sheepdog barrels out the door and knocks her down, and Ben assumes she’s the cleaning lady he hired instead of a wrecking crew the place actually needs, Kara isn’t certain what to do. Will his incredibly dirty house lead to love?

Review:  “Fun, funny and fast-to-read.” 5/5 Stars ~D. Stevenson

Available on Amazon for 99 cents.
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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Cami Checketts New Thriller/Suspense "Blog This"

Cami Checketts is the guest star today. You're missing out if you've not read/heard about her new thriller, "Blog This". We can all relate to the dangers of playing violent video games these days, but what if a developer of such is brought to humiliation and bankruptcy by a woman who blogs about him? Matthew Chrysler is such a man. He hires an assassin to take Natasha Senecot. How does Natasha win against him and save her life?

Read more over at the Feeling Nosey? blog!






Thursday, August 22, 2013

Interviewing Judy and Marianne from The Long and Short of It

Everyone who is an author, and no doubt many readers too know that Judy and Marianne are the two ladies who own and run the review site named The Long and Short of It. These are some hard working women! They do all they can to promote authors and their service provides timely, honest reviews.

Today it's time to show our appreciation for all they do. They're interviewed at this link, Thursday, August 22nd. Come on over and learn some interesting things about how/why they started their site and what their plans are for self-published authors.

It's a great way to spend your day, plus a great way to say "hi" to some new lovely friends.


Monday, July 22, 2013

Lisa Lickel Discusses New Mystery. Gives Away a Copy and Shares a Yummy Reicpe on Gail Pallotta's Blog


Lisa Lickel visits Gail Pallotta's blog from Monday, July 22 - Sunday, July 28, to talk about her new
cozy mystery, The Newspaper Code.








The heroine, Judy's, a determined amateur sleuth who believes an old newspaper code holds the key to a murder committed in the small town's garden with a garden claw. Judy has to solicit the help of her NOT BFF, Olivia, to study the code. As they work together they become friends and find a suspect. But he's Olivia's boyfriend!

Lisa will give away a copy, and she shares a great chicken casserole recipe. Learn more and enter to win at http://www.gailpallotta.blogspot.com