Blog Tour 2017

2017:    Blog Tour for A WEE HOMICIDE IN THE HOTEL:  Feel free to stop by, “like” the page, and/or leave a comment

02/03/17 Reviewed by Lisa Kelley on Lisa’s Book Thoughts

02/09/17 Guest Post on Gotta Write Network where my topic is “Falling in Love with a Ghost”

02/10/17 Review on A Cup of Tea and a Cozy Mystery – Her review of WEE HOMICIDE is at the bottom of the list, so you’ll need to scroll down through a lot of fun other writers.

02/12/17 Guest Post on Leslie A. Diehl’s blog where I’ll be writing about “Minor Keys, Minor Characters”

02/12/17 Review and giveaway on Marie’s Cozy Corner

02/14/17 Review on Open Book Society

02/15/17 Q & A with Ally Shields

02/20/17 Guest post, Review, and Giveaway on Fresh Fiction, where I’ll ask, “Am I in There Somewhere?”

02/20/17 Guest post on Marilyn’s Musings

02/21/17 Review and Guest Post about “Moving Slowly Through Life” on Mysteries and My Musings

02/25/17 Guest Post and Giveaway on Lori’s Reading Corner where my topic will be “Not an Indoor Plant Anywhere”

03/01/17 Guest Post, Review, and Giveaway. I’ll be “Playing with Words” on Escape with DollyCas

03/19/17 Guest Post and Giveaway on Mystery Lover’s Kitchen where you’ll find my special unique recipe for “Throw-Together Crockpot Surprise.”

07/01/17 Here’s the last of this year’s blog tour — on Writers Who Kill — where I discuss how and why “Gratitude Happens.” Drop by and leave a comment. I’d love to know why your feel grateful.

Swing on by any one of these mystery blogs – or visit all of them – each blog post is different, so you’ll learn lots about A WEE HOMICIDE IN THE HOTEL !

2 Replies to “Blog Tour 2017”

  1. Just finished reading “A Wee Murder in My Shop” and can’t tell you how much I loved it! Nor could I put it down just devoured it in one day.Love the Scot ! I think this is the best mystery and it should win an award but I do hope for many more to come with Peggy and “Dirk”.

  2. Thank you so much, Sheryl. I appreciate your taking the time to let me know. I’m delighted that you liked WEE MURDER — and yes, there will be many more in that series. Dirk, the Scottish ghost, is one of my favorite characters, too, of all the ones I’ve written over the years.