Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Those of you who have known me for a long time, know that I’ve been a tarot reader since the 1990s, all sorts of cards and divining and intuitive processes. Long-time followers might remember my blog and book versions of a series of cozy 1920s mysteries about Pip, which began with The Three Things Serial Story. Plus you know how I love whimsy. Right about now you’re probably wondering how I’m going to connect those things for a post.
Recently I ran across a series of from fellow author, S. R. Mallery. She has combined cozy mysteries with time travel and tarot, and she’s done it in a fun, whimsical way. Oh, and there are two books. It was almost Saint Patrick’s day, and I love green, so I jumped right into the second book with barely a thought that there was one before it. However, that has not impeded my enjoyment at all. I’ve been having my Echo Dot read it to me while I work on thrilling things like income taxes… The story actually helped make doing taxes bearable. Haha. Although don’t let that cause you to miss the first book.
Here’s the information Sarah (S.R.) provided about the books.
When in Rome
http://BookShow.me/B08XY9F2F2 #SALE 99c
BOOK #2 OF THE AWARD WINNING Brooke & Abby cozy mystery series, where clues from the past help solve modern murder cases.
Why does Abby tarot card her way back to Ancient Rome when there’s no need to? After all, the recent death in town has been declared by the local pathologist to be simply an accidental, epileptic tragedy and nothing more. Or is it?
Follow the Gang of Five, as Abby time-travels to the Age of Emperors, Brooke learns to follow her heart, Henry studies old antiquities, detectives Tony and Larry continue their police work, and Brooke’s niece, Haley, joins their ranks––just in time to learn a most valuable lesson: things aren’t always what they seem…
#Mystery, #TimeTravel, #Romance, #Ancient Rome, #Humor, #CatLove
How do two modern, quirky, twenty-something gals solve murders in a small, cozy USA town?
Easy. With a little time travel, some humor, and a lot of hard work. When the skeptical Brooke first meets the psychic Abby, she’s not impressed. But with the help of her comfort cat, her middle-aged roomie, her childhood friend, and a hunky detective hinting at a sweet romance, Brooke not only accepts that Abby has real gifts, it’s clear that these five people and one cat make up a crack team.
Got tea, anyone? In 1773, the Boston Tea Party sure did. Find out why going back in time helps break the case!
#Cozy mystery, #Time travel, #Paranormal, #Murder, #Cats #US History, #Humor
Dead of Winter
It’s still early in the journeys of my new Amazon serial, and easy to catch up with this mysterious fantasy world.
Journey 3, the Fever Field
Journey 2, Penllyn
Journey 1, Forlorn Peak
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Wishing you an easy coast down the other side of this midweek hump. Hugs on the wing!
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