So it’s not an interview today, but a whole slew of authors to get to know. My new friend and fellow author under the Cozy Cat Press umbrella, Blanche Day Manos, did all us kittens a solid by putting together a listing of our blogs and book links on her own truly delightful blog. Since she did all the heavy lifting, I am simply stealing her work and pasting it below for you. Check out these cats. Cats are cool.
First, there is the editor and publisher of Cozy Cat Press, Patricia Rockwell. Patricia authors the Essie Cobb senior sleuth series and Pamela Barnes acoustic mysteries. Her website ispatriciarockwellauthor.com.
If you go to Lee Stansfield’s Facebook page, you will be met with a dazzling array of teacups, illustrating her Mr. T and The Traveling Teacup books. Her Facebook handle is Leslie Matthews Stansfield.
Writer Dreama Reed has a brand new website called djreedwrites.com. Check this out and meet Dreama.
And then there are the Poppy Cove mysteries of Barbara Jean Coast. This is actually a writing duo of two friends, Andrea Taylor and Heather Shkuratoff. Their book is Strangled By Silk. Barbara Jean also interviewed me a while back and was this writer thrilled!! Their blog site is: welcometopoppycove.wordpress.com.
Amy Beth Arkawy is radio host, author, and creativity coach. Imagine my excitement when she interviewed me on live radio! What a thrill. Amy authors the Eliza Gordon books, Dead Silent and Killing Time. You will find more fascinating facts on her website.
Timya Owen’s author page is on Facebook: Timya Owen. She is writing the Fernbridge Mysteries.
And then, of course, there’s the Darcy Campbell/Flora Tucker mother/daughter sleuth series written by co-authors Barbara Burgess and Blanche Day Manos (that would be me). Our latest is Grave Shift. My website and daily blog can be found at blanchedaymanos.com. (Oh! You’re on it!) The latch string is always out and I invite you to come back and visit tomorrow and the next day and the next… In fact, all of us Cozy Catters invite you to visit amazon.com and look up our books. We think you’ll be glad you did.