Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Cover (No) Charge!

Want a peek at the cover of INSPECTOR SPECTER, the 6th Haunted Guesthouse mystery, coming in December? Well, here it is whether you want it or not... (if you don't want to see it, avert your eyes!)

And while we're at it, how about the cover of THE QUESTION OF THE MISSING HEAD, the first Asperger's Mystery coming in October from E.J. Copperman/Jeff Cohen and Midnight Ink? Sure!

What do you think?

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT is now available!

That's right: It's PUB(lishing) DAY!

THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT, the fifth Haunted Guesthouse mystery, officially publishes today, and that means you can find it at your bookstore, online, and anywhere else one finds books (including on your e-reader if you so desire)! See here for links to booksellers where you can buy THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT.

Also today: I'm being interviewed by Rocco the Cat (I'm not making a word of this up) at his blog!

And if you're in the area, please come out tonight--after you VOTE!--to join me and the luminous Rosemary Harris at the Barnes & Noble in East Brunswick NJ for talking, signing (Rosemary will have her latest, THE BITCHES OF BROOKLYN) and perhaps snacks!

Sunday, November 3, 2013

We have a winner!

Congratulations to Terry Parrish, who won a Visa gift card at Cozy Chicks blog! (And all she did was answer a question about THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT!)

Friday, November 1, 2013

The Early Review is IN!

From Marlyn Beebe (I'll skip to the best part): "Once again, E.J. Copperman has concocted an absorbing story of the normal, abnormal and paranormal, laced with humor and charm."

You might be able to win a copy, here! (Thank you, Bingo!)

Drop in on me, J.C. Vogard and Lea Wait at a talk/signing/unofficial launch party (three days early!) for THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT at Twice Told Tales/Moonstone Mystery Bookstore in Flemington, NJ, TOMORROW, Saturday November 2, at noon! A good time is, well, guaranteed is a little strong...

Also: Come say hello at the OFFICIAL launch of THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT at the Barnes & Noble in East Brunswick, NJ, Tuesday at 7:30 (vote and then come on out!). I'll be there with the incredible Rosemary Harris, and Cathy Genna (a character in THRILL)--it's going to be a LOT of fun!

THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT is just a few days away, everybody!

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Win a Gift Card at Cozy Chicks

Today the lovely and brilliant Ellery Adams is featuring THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT at the Cozy Chicks blog! Check out the Haunted Guesthouse contest and you can win a $25 gift card good at the bookstore of your choice! Winner notified November 2!

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

A Personal Video Message From E.J.!

Coming November 5, THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT, the fifth in the Haunted Guesthouse mystery series (but don't worry--you don't have to read the others to enjoy it!). You can see a preview in AN OPEN SPOOK, the just-released ebook novella in the series, told by Loretta Kerby! See a personal message from E.J. here to find out more!

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Prepare For More Guesthouse... (A LOT more!)

So it's mid-September. That can mean only one thing (Pennant chase baseball!) (No, wait.): Autumn is on its way.

It's mid-September. That can mean only two things (Jewish holidays!) (No, wait.)

Okay. It's mid-September. That means a great many things. But one of them this year certainly is that fans of the Haunted Guesthouse mystery series are about to have a LOT to celebrate!

Coming October 1 (that's pretty soon), the second Haunted Guesthouse eSpecial novella, AN OPEN SPOOK, will be available for Kindle, Nook, and every other e-book format. It's a shorter story, with a lower price: it's listed at only $2.99!

In AN OPEN SPOOK the story is told by Loretta Kerby, Alison's mother. Loretta has come to Alison's house to help her deal with the oncoming Frankenstorm (which the newspapers were calling Hurricane Sandy before it hit), and also dealing with a perplexing ghostly mystery.

It seems that a spook nobody in the house has seen before, Sgt. Robert Elliot (who died in the Vietnam War) is on a quest to find an object he considers essential to his continued existence: the Prisoner of War bracelet bearing his name that was issued in the 1970s. And he thinks it can be found in the Haunted Guesthouse. Loretta, who remembers that time well, promises to help, and telling you any more, even while the storm bears down upon them, would be telling too much.

Just a little over a month after AN OPEN SPOOK hits the e-shelves, the next full Haunted Guesthouse novel THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT will make its debut on bookstore shelves and in e-readers on the same day: November 5!

The latest book picks up not long after the events of CHANCE OF A GHOST. Alison's dad is back in the fold, and she's tentatively--okay, very tentatively--starting a romance with Josh Kaplan. But she gets saddled with two cases she doesn't want to touch (so what else is new?): The death of a local homeless man, stabbed multiple times in a gas station restroom, and a woman who asks that Alison confirm her suspicions that her husband is carrying on an affair--so the wife can emotionally blackmail him for the rest of his life.

When another murder occurs on Alison's watch, the two cases begin to have some eerie similarities. But Alison might have to figure them both out before the killer(s) get(s) annoyed enough to take action. But what's worse is that her arch rival Kerin Murphy (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEED) is back, and that's just too much for Alison to bear. This time, her ghost pals might not be able to help her out.

That's it for now, but keep watching this space: I promise there'll be a couple of surprises coming in the next few weeks!