The Southern Festival of Books will be in full swing all weekend: Oct. 14 – Oct. 16. I am excited to be part of it! Please come to our panel Sunday.
Sunday, 16 OCT 2016
12:00-1:30 PM NPL Conf. Room 1AB
Sisters in Crime Presents: The Criminal in Us All
Jennie Bentley, Lisa Wysocky, Jaden Terrell, Phyllis Gobbell, Holly McClure
Publishers Weekly (9-30-16)
This title releases NOV 2016
“Gobbell’s enjoyable sequel to 2015’s Pursuit in Provence takes Savannah, Ga., architect Jordan Mayfair and her travel writer uncle, Alex Carlyle, to Ireland. Jordan’s keen knowledge of architecture and history comes in handy in her efforts to uncover the truth. Fans of travel cozies will find plenty to like.”
“A visit to the verdant Irish countryside is marred by murder. The second in Gobbell’s travel series is filled with delightful descriptions of Ireland and offbeat characters…”
One of the memorable moments was being on a panel with Janet Evanovich. I was also impressed to be on a panel with Baron, Maggie, and Daco!
I am excited about this weekend of mayhem, madness, and murder (writing about).
Saturday, 3:15-4:15, I will be on Panel #40 with Baron Birtcher, Daco Auffenorde, and Maggie Toussaint, discussing “Writing a Series Vs. Writing a Stand-Alone.” Any questions or topics you’d like us to consider?
Check out www.killernashville.com for complete details.
Secrets and Shamrocks will be released mid-November. The Advance Reader Copies arrived yesterday–the last in many steps that lead to publication.
This book is second in the Jordan Mayfair Mystery Series. Pursuit in Provence, published in Spring of 2015, was first in the series.
This time Jordan is in – you guessed it – Ireland.
More to come about a book launch (hoping for an early December date).
For those of a certain age (my age, I should say) who like large print editions, you are in luck! Pursuit in Provence is available in large print. Check it out!
I was at the Bellevue Library and wondered if they had my book yet. Yes! It was a great feeling to see Pursuit in Provence on the shelves. I looked in the card catalogue and saw that there are copies at other branches, as well. Thanks, Nashville Public Library!
I was interviewed at Nashville State Community College, where I teach, about Pursuit in Provence. Thanks to some of my students and to friend (former student) Mary Church for her perspective on the new mystery!