Archive for January, 2014

Death by the Book – Four Stars from Romantic Times

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

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I’m SO excited!  Death by the Book will be out in just six weeks!

New Goodies!

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

Bethany House has been sending me proofs for items for my upcoming cozy mystery, Death by the Book.

Here’s the bookmark.  Isn’t it great?

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If you’d like a free, autographed bookmark, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope (at least 7″ long) to:

Julianna Deering

P. O. Box 375

Aubrey, Texas  76227

I’d love to hear from you!

Death by the Book is due out on March 1st!

Final Curtain

Monday, January 13th, 2014

David Suchet’s career as Agatha Christie’s most famous sleuth is at an end.

The Adventure of the Clapham Cook

Find out more at the Inkwell here:

 

http://www.inkwellinspirations.com/2014/01/final-curtain.html

January’s Hot Off The Press

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

A Young Woman Dreaming of Freedom…

Sophie Davenport feels like a prisoner in her own house. In her twenty–two years, her overprotective parents have taken every possible measure to keep her from anything that might exacerbate her asthma–in other words, just about everything but reading and needlework. Yet Sophie longs for adventure…and for love. She corresponds clandestinely with a would–be suitor, until they meet and her wheezing scares him off. It seems her fragile health just might sentence her to a lifetime of monotonous inactivity.

 

A Young Man Dreaming of a Family…

Josh Harper is far more bookish than his brawny brothers. The middle child, he enjoys helping at his family’s stagecoach stop in Kansas, where he spends a great deal of time crafting furniture and other items out of wood. But, before long, his book smarts draw him to the nearby city of Windmill, where he begins work as manager of his uncle’s bank. He also looks after his niece and nephew, who spend their weeks in town to attend school. The change of scenery is welcome, but Josh yearns for a family of his own. Too bad eligible females are not plenteous on the prairie.

 

A Reality That Seems to Stand in the Way…

When Sophie’s aunt, a resident of Windmill, falls ill and requires help, Sophie volunteers. Despite his hesitation, her father finally relents and lets her go, as there is no other option. Her new role brings her into contact with the children boarding at her aunt’s home–and with the handsome uncle of two of them. Is there a larger purpose in her coming to Windmill? Or will Josh Harper reject her, if not for her frail health, then for the rocky nature of their relationship?

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