Tuesday is release day for ONE POTATO, TWO POTATO, DEAD. Here's the blurb - Angie Turner’s restaurant, The County Seat, is conveniently located near a first-class farmers market—so her menu is full of fresh ingredients. But a visiting culinary professor has just had a taste of something very unhealthy . . . Angie first meets Daniel Monet at a local mission, where she and her chef-in-training, Hope, are serving barbeque chicken poutine to the homeless. Monet is one of Hope’s t
I've started writing the next book in the Farm to Fork series. I love visiting home with Angie and Felicia. With the carnival and the state fair going on, you know there's going to be excitement. But when you mix in a Top Chef style restaurant wars competition, the kitchens are hotter than the late August Idaho summer sun. I'm working with my agent on a couple of changes in my writing career. Hold on for more information, I'll share as soon as the ink's dry. But just between
What can you expect in terms of books from me for 2019? Wishing you a full and exciting 2019. Lynn Corned beef and Casualties – February 6, 2019 One Potato, Two Potato, Dead – 2019 – March 19, 2019 Mother’s Day Mayhem - April 2, 2019 Sconed to Death – May 28, 2019 Blood on Bayou – The Council – October 1, 2019 A Lynn Collins release A Very Mummy Holiday – October 29, 2019 Memories and Murder – December #newyear #newrelease #TouristTrap #TouristTrapMysteries #FarmtoFork #CatLa
So much going on this week. But first, I wanted to wish you a very, merry holiday season. I love this time of year when I can reflect back on 2018 and forward to 2019. It's like we all take a pause, a breath between the two years. Grateful for the year behind and hopeful for the year ahead, I'm excited that you're part of my life. Kensington is giving away 100 review copies for One Potato, Two Potato, Dead, book 3 of the Farm to Fork series. As of today, we're at 362 entries.
Is it just me or does it feel like this year has rushed by...I'm taking a long winter break from the day job starting next Friday and I've got so much to do before I can even start. But first, what have I done this year? I released three full size cozy mysteries along with three Tourist Trap novellas. Two of those novella's (A Deadly Brew and Santa Puppy, hit the USA Today list on release week.) I've written the other three novellas, a new Farm to Fork Mystery, a Tourist Trap
I hear it's a philosophy. Slowing down to get more done. Stop and smell the roses. The universe is talking to me and it's demanding that I slow down. It's not in my DNA. But I'm trying. So this weekend we spend some time with the new trailer at the Lake of the Ozarks. We had to pull over off the freeway because of torrential rains that tried to stop us. Or maybe we just got stuck in a rainstorm. When we got to the RV site, the road to our reserved site had been washed out. S
Killer Green Tomatoes, book 2 of the Farm-to-Fork Mystery series released on Tuesday. And you all exceeded my expectations! Thank you, readers. Having good release numbers matter to my publisher who makes decisions on my future based on these numbers. And I love getting reviews. They help me know that I'm on the right track with my books or if I've jumped the shark. Elle's Book Blog said this..."Her characters just seem to speak to me. They are realistic, relatable, and easy