Thursday, September 29, 2011

Books, Books, and more Books

I can hardly believe how my books are selling! They haven't even been printed yet and I'm getting requests for pre-sales!

I'm so anxious for the call from Alexander's printing that says "Come pick up your Books, Books, and Books." I'll put on my super-hero suit and spring into action. Then books will be flying out of here faster than you can blink!

Invitations are going out today for the upcoming Book Launch where Summer will formally make her appearance and if you should not be on my mailing list... Come anyway! The launch party is on Oct. 13, at the American Fork Library from 7-9 p.m.

If you can't make that party, come to the American Fork Arts Council Literary Conference on Oct. 15... My books will be there!

And of course, there is this blog... You can buy them from here! Hope to be mailing you a book...

Monday, September 26, 2011

Summer is back!

Summer is back and it's hotter than ever! Brooklyn practically sizzles!

Yes, all you Summer Winter fans, Summer is ready to roll off the presses. I just finished the proofs today. The cover is exciting and the pages look thrilling! Heck, if I hadn't written it I'd be ordering a copy myself!

Sister Winter wanted to leave a small token of her affection to the recently deceased Raul French, but when she returned to the viewing room/primary room intent on pinning the gold horseshoe tie tack on Brother French's tie, she was startled to find that his arm had moved. Then she noticed the gold wedding band she and Elder Winter had forced onto Raul's corpulent pinkie was gone. Where could it be? Had the bratwurst arm they had so tenderly folded across Raul's chest moved on its own? Unthinkable. Dead people don't move! Mustering her courage, Sister Winter hefts up the sleeve of the borrowed suit. Gasping, she cannot believe her eyes. Not willing to trust what she sees, she looks again. Yep. Still there -- another arm. Last time she'd looked, Raul French had only the customary two arms. Now, it seems, there are at least three!

Here's what Jack Weyland said about NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style. "Wow! I didn't see that coming!" was something I often thought while reading NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style by Loraine Scott. How many mystery thrillers have a murder occur minutes before a funeral -- with the unfortunate victim stuffed into the coffin below the other recently departed? And that's just the beginning! What is even more fascinating is that a senior missionary couple just might solve this mystery. For me this was impossible to put down!

So check the new pricing below for this second book in the Summer Winter Mystery series!

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style
Dang this copyrighted stuff! Couldn't get rid of the red face!

NYC: A Mission To Die For

NYC: A Mission To Die For