I'm up with a Guest post from a great friend who has made an amazing "Finding Nemo" Christmas tree, and who is a published "Murder Mystery" author! Chris Freeburn is up with her newest murder mystery involving a scrapbooker! Be sure and check it out, you won't be disappointed, it's received great reviews so far! http://scrap-aholic.blogspot.com/2012/12/today-i-am-in t...
Awesome - will have to see if I can get it on Kindle.
I have a scrapbook murder mystery I haven't started yet - can't remember the name and I had a series of 5 (I think) scrapbook murder mysteries and sent them on to someone else to pass on to others on the board or whoever wants to read them.
Joanna Campbell Slan's writes mystery books. She has a whole series of scrapbooking mysteries revolving around a group of women who get together and scrap at a shop. I have all of hers. I'll have to check this one out as well. I'mlucky in that my "job" is one in which I can just sit and read! (I'm retired, but proctor tests at a medical college, which just means I sit in the room while students take tests!)
Cool, thanks!! I need a nice mystery right now, just bought the kindle version of the Freeman, and I put the Campbell-Slan on my paperbackswap.com wishlist And I see that another cozy I've been wanting is on sale, cool!
I received the Campbell-Slan books from Henri and they are ready to travel on. I tried starting a "sisterhood of the traveling books" in the books, books, books thread but didn't receive a response or recipient to send them to.
Whoever is interested in reading those books, please pm me.