I love reading! Don’t you?
If you do, and especially if you love cozy mysteries, then you’d love my cozy mystery book club!
I share about the books I read here on my website, on social media, and with my email list.
I also run book giveaways for my email subscribers where I randomly select a subscriber to receive books from my reading list.
It’s my fun little book club and it’s perfect for fans of mysteries and cozy mysteries who love books with strong female characters. Plus, it’s totally FREE!
To join the club, fill out the form to subscribe to receive emails from me. Subscribers who are on the list when I run a giveaway will be entered into the giveaway. It’s that easy! Please note that due to shipping costs I can only send free books within the US.
As a sign up bonus I will send you a .pdf file with my free bookmarks designed for strong women like you.
In my emails I also share about my writing, news, events, and more. I’d love to keep in touch and I promise not to spam you.
The giveaway is for three books a quarter. Drawings are in October, January, April and July*.
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Cozy Mystery Book Club News
What do you do in 1940 when you’re whip-smart but stuck in a traditionally female role? If you’re Maggie Hope, the main character in Mr. Churchill’s Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal, you swallow your disappointment but keep using your intelligence as you work as a secretary for Winston Churchill. It’ll pay off. This historical mystery…
The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman was published in 1966, but it’s as relevant today as it was back then. I couldn’t stop reading this series because it’s so well written. Gilman is an author who sticks to the details. Gilman is meticulous in placing people and setting elements in the story to be…
Who wouldn’t want to hang out in a bookstore where the owner senses what books you need to fill your soul or solve your problems? Or visit a bakery where the baker can make the scone that you need exactly right now? In The Secret, Book & Scone Society, Adams takes this intriguing idea and…
* Notes about the book club:
- I reserve the right to update the dates of the drawings to work with my schedule.
- To send over the books,I need permission from the winner as well as an address. So, after a drawing, I email the winner to ask for these details. If I don’t hear back within a couple of weeks, I send another email. If I don’t hear back for a couple of weeks after that second email, I either draw again or cancel the drawing for that quarter.