The winners of the Valentine competition have been announced and congratulations go to:
Sally Jenkins, who wins a paperback copy of My Deadly Valentine.
Runners up were:
Jane Bwye and Glynis Smy, both of whom win e-copies of My Deadly Valentine.
You can read about their perfect Valentines in the comment section of the competition post.
There a hint of spring in the air. Fine, sunny days and frosty mornings, and dawn is showing noticeably earlier. One of my favourite times of year, and yet, in a month or two, I’ll be writing new STAC Mysteries set in autumn and winter. It goes with the territory.
And talking of new STAC Mysteries, STAC readers, make a note in your diary. The 7th title, The Chocolate Egg Murders, is due for release on Wednesday March 20th. With a title like that, you don’t need three guesses to work out that it’s set over the Easter weekend.
This time, the gang are off to sunny (and rainy) Somerset, and Weston-super-Mare, where they’ll find themselves involved in… well, you’ll have to wait to find out what they’re tangled up in, but there’ll be the usual mix of grumpiness, gags and murderous mayhem.
The cover image will appear here, once it’s finalised.
A couple of announcements now.
Crooked Cat have new book releases in the coming days.This Thursday, sees the launch of Helen Howell’s tarot based, novel, I Know You Know. Then on Friday, March 1st, it’s the turn of Zanna McKenzie’s contemporary romance, How Do You Spell Love. There are Facebook parties for both launches, and all you have to is ask for an invite.
Finally, are you a writer? Can you cut the mustard as a novelist? Crooked Cat Books are open for submissions and they’d love to hear from you. If you think you have the novel they’re looking for, check submissions page on the Crooked Cat site and get in touch.