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!
Thanks to the Knoxville Writers Guild for the opportunity to enter the Leslie Garrett Fiction Contest. My story, “A Family Meeting,” won First Place. The Knoxville Writers Guild is an active group who promote writing in many ways, and the contest they sponsor every year in fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and other categories has meant a lot to me through the years!
I am a guest on the Killer Nashville blog this week: “True Crime to Cozies–A Happier Ending.” I’m writing about how I went from writing the true crimes about high-profile Nashville cold cases to writing Pursuit in Provence, which is the first in the Jordan Mayfair Mystery Series. Thanks to Killer Nashville for inviting me!
Thanks to fellow author Jacqueline Seewald for interviewing me on her lovely Author Expressions site! Jacqueline is another one of those wonderful Five Star authors!
Please drop by Author Expressions where author Jacqueline Seewald interviewed me about Pursuit in Provence.
Jacqueline is one of a wonderful group of authors at Five Star!
I hope this means that Pursuit in Provence is getting into circulation and that my friends who have pre-ordered will be receiving yours soon!
Both hardback and Kindle edition are available at Amazon. Kindle can be downloaded now.
Please remember the signing at Parnassus Books, May 3, 2:00!
Patricia Stoltey has invited me to be a guest blogger on her website. I’m blogging about Provence – what else? Please check it out!