Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Program in Ewing, NJ This Sunday!

I'll be talking about Making (Fictional) Murder Funny this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Ewing Branch Library in Ewing, NJ. So if you're in the area, please register and come join us! I'll be signing books after the talk and I'd love to see you!

As it turns out, not so much. A troublesome forecast has led to this event being cancelled, so please, don't come out to the library looking for me. Sorry for the confusion, and I hope to get out to Ewing soon--we'll keep you posted!

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Upcoming Cover Cornupcopia

Covers you might not have seen yet, all coming this year...



Comments?

Friday, February 26, 2016

"Guesthouse" on TV? Maybe It's Up to YOU!

There's been something of a revival on television of the cozy mystery, chiefly from the Hallmark Channel, which has been airing Flower Shop mysteries and reportedly has more in the works.

So do you want to see the Haunted Guesthouse series adapted for television? Well, there's nothing networks like better than viewers (except maybe advertisers, and those come from having viewers), so if you'd like to see it happen...

Just go here and see what to do!


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Read it! Hear it!

GHOST IN THE WIND, the seventh Haunted Guesthouse mystery, is now available as an audiobook from Audible! The wonderful Amanda Ronconi is back narrating and giving life to all the characters as she has done for every Guesthouse novel. You can find it (and get a sample) here!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Ghost in the Wind on Audible!

For those who have asked or those who might be wondering: Audible is now listing the audiobook version of GHOST IN THE WIND for a Feb. 16 release. The wonderful Amanda Ronconi is back narrating as Alison Kerby and although I haven't heard a word of it yet, I'm sure it'll be a great listen! Here's the link if you're interested!

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Happy 2016!

I don't know if you guys have heard, but it's the holiday season, which generally means it's after July 4 and before, you know, July 4. So please, celebrate safely and happily whatever you choose to celebrate, or sit home and don't celebrate anything, but do so safely and happily!

Next year we'll have a lot to talk about, and I'll be trying (once again) to be in touch with you more often. I'm not promising anything because this is the Internet and it's traceable, but I will try.

Happy 2016, everybody, and thanks for being so loyal and kind with your comments via email and below. It's appreciated, every single time.

E.J.