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.
Giveaway details may shift from time to time. Typically, we host a drawing for three books every quarter, in January, April, July, and October. For the most recent updates on our giveaways, subscribe to my newsletter and join me on social media ↗️.
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Cozy Mystery Book Club News
Hello book lovers! As many of you know, I love sharing my book discoveries and recommendations, and I’m absolutely delighted to announce that the next book club drawing is coming up on September 12th, 2023! 🗓️🎉 For this drawing, I’ve carefully handpicked three remarkable mystery novels that will leave you eager to solve their riddles!…
You can’t keep a feisty Irish woman down. Immigrant Molly Murphy takes on New York’s Tammany Hall and triumphs. In Murphy’s Law, the first of the Molly Murphy series, Rhys Bowen gives us a glimpse of the hard life of immigrants in New York City at the start of the twentieth century. Manhattan might seem…
Can you solve a mystery five hundred years after the murder? Josephine Tey’s The Daughter of Time makes a convincing argument that you can. Tey, who died in 1952, was part of the Golden Age of British women mystery writers. She ranks with Agatha Christie, although unlike Christie, readers have largely forgotten Tey these days.…
* 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.