Friday, February 12, 2021

Getting the Word Out by Debra H. Goldstein


Getting the Word Out by Debra H. Goldstein

I’ve been so busy balancing the pandemic, mentioning that the fourth Sarah Blair book, Four Cuts Too Many, is available for pre-order, and writing the fifth book for 2022, that I haven’t given quite as much love to recently published Three Treats Too Many.

Part of my seeming neglect of Three Treats Too Many is that the very day it came out in August 2020, is the same day we moved into our new house (I know, only a fool builds a new home during a pandemic). Consequently, I was balancing unpacking boxes, figuring out new appliances, reviewing edits for Four Cuts, writing blogs, and doing virtual appearances. I can honestly say there were days I whipped off my t-shirt, grabbed a nice top, and barely made it on to the computer looking like a human being from the waist up. And then, I found myself glued to the news.

I know I am not the only author who has been a little off my game, so I’m inviting you to mention your new books in the comments below. Let’s give ourselves a round of applause for being published during these crazy times!!!

Oh, and here is what Three Treats Too Many is about:

When a romantic rival opens a competing restaurant in small-town Wheaton, Alabama, Sarah Blair discovers murder is the specialty of the house . . . 
 
For someone whose greatest culinary skill is ordering takeout, Sarah never expected to be co-owner of a restaurant. Even her Siamese cat, RahRah, seems to be looking at her differently. But while Sarah and her twin sister, Chef Emily, are tangled up in red tape waiting for the building inspector to get around to them, an attention-stealing new establishment—run by none other than Sarah's late ex-husband's mistress, Jane—is having its grand opening across the street. 
 
Jane's new sous chef, Riley Miller, is the talk of Wheaton with her delicious vegan specialties. When Riley is found dead outside the restaurant with Sarah's friend, Jacob, kneeling over her, the former line cook—whose infatuation with Riley was no secret—becomes the prime suspect. Now Sarah must turn up the heat on the real culprit, who has no reservations about committing cold-blooded murder . . .
 
 Includes quick and easy recipes!    Try it…. You might like it….

 

14 comments:

  1. Congrats on your new book and house! You've been busy.

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  2. Debra, you are one of the busiest people I know! And you manage to get it all done. Anxiously awaiting Four Cuts Too Many.

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    1. It takes a busy person to know one. I believe you fall into that category, too. The ARCS came yesterday for Four Cuts Too Many!

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  3. Well, now I'm really inspired! I thought I was doing a lot to launch A Palette for Love and Murder and A Murder of Principal during the pandemic, but I didn't build a house or move. Kudos to you, Debra! You are nothing short of a miracle!

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    1. Saralyn, you've been busy! Not a miracle, simply a fool.

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  4. I am hosting an author chat at my blog. Open for links.
    Httpp://www.myreadingjourneys.blogspot.com. The next party starts Valentine's Day.

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  5. Well done, Debra. Working on book two of my Cold Case series. I am a newshound ordinarily, but I've turned off the TV for the sake of my sanity.

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  6. Congrats and I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

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  7. Debra! I absolutely love this series and look forward to 4th book in the series.

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  8. I know how you feel. I went from day job (which is not very dressy these days) to book event in support of the launch of BROKEN TRUST, the third in my Laurel Highlands series last August, and now I'm doing it again for THE STORIES WE TELL, the second in my Homefront Mysteries series, which came out this past Tuesday.

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  9. The Sarah Blair mysteries are so much fun. Glad to hear there's going to be a fourth!

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  10. Good for you for sticking with the writing and completing a successful move, Debra. Best of luck with Four Cuts Too Many!

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