Virtual Book Tour


March 1, 2017

My official book blog tour starts today. I hope you’ll follow along and leave comments to support my tour hosts. Some of these posts offer individual prizes. I keep adding new sites, so check my Appearances page often. I’ll do my conference posts from the FRW cruise and SleuthFest on days when I am not a guest elsewhere. See you on the tour!
Blog Tour
Feb. 28Christa Reads and Writes – BOOK REVIEW

Feb. 28 – Terry’s Place CHARACTER INTERVIEW 
March 1 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW, EXCERPT
March 1 – Island Confidential – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
March 1 – The Big Thrill – AUTHOR INTERVIEW

March 2 – Community Bookstop – REVIEW
March 2 – Books, Dreams, Life – SPOTLIGHT, EXCERPT
March 3 – Brooke Blogs – “History, Mystery, and Buried Family Secrets” GUEST POST, EXCERPT
March 3 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, &, Sissy, Too! – SPOTLIGHT
March 4 – Texas Book-aholic – REVIEW
March 4 – Readeropolis – REVIEW
March 4 – Kings River Life Magazine – REVIEW and GIVEAWAY

March 5 – Cozy Up With Kathy – “Hair is Gold” GUEST POST
March 6 – The Pulp and Mystery Shelf – AUTHOR INTERVIEW

March 6 – The Revolving Book – SPOTLIGHT
March 6 – The Pop Culture Divas – SPOTLIGHT
March 7 – A Holland Reads – “Backstage at a Fashion Show” CHARACTER GUEST POST
March 8 – The Mysterious Ink Spot – “Theme Parks – Fun or Fearsome?” GUEST POST, EXCERPT, and GIVEAWAY

March 8 – StoreyBook Reviews – SPOTLIGHT, EXCERPT
March 9 – The Book’s the Thing – REVIEW
March 10 – Celticlady’s Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
And in case you missed these:
Jan. 14Life of Writers, AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Feb. 11 – Carla Loves to Read, BOOK REVIEW
Feb. 22 – Dru’s Book Musing“A Day In The Life” CHARACTER POST
Feb. 22: Socrates Book Reviews, BOOK REVIEW
Feb. 23 – I Wish I Lived in a Library, BOOK REVIEW

Feb. 24, Omnimystery News, SPOTLIGHT
Feb. 24, Open Book Society, BOOK REVIEW
 
IN-PERSON
Sunday, March. 5 at 1:00 pm, “Mystery and History”  Discussion and Booksigning with Nancy J. Cohen (Bad Hair Day Mysteries), Alyssa Maxwell (The Gilded Newport Mysteries), and V.S. Alexander (The Magdalen Girls) at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL  33444, Phone: 561-279-7790. http://murderonthebeach.com/
Saturday, March 11, 1:00 pm, “Writing is Revising” with Nancy J. Cohen in Room 108 of the L-building at Florida SouthWestern State College – adjacent to the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. Check the Lee Campus map here for more details http://www.fsw.edu/about/maps  Park in Lot 7 next to the L-building on Saturday.  http://mwaflorida.org/events/special-events/
March 16-19, Coral Springs Festival of the Arts, http://www.csfoa.com/
Thursday, March 16, 6:00 Meet & Greet Cocktails and Snacks at Coral Springs Center for Performing Arts, Rooms A&B, 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065.
Friday, March 17, 6:00 – 6:45 pm, “Conflict and Character” with Nancy J. Cohen at Coral Springs Center for Performing Arts, Rooms A&B, 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065.

Sunday, March 19, Signing in the Author’s Tent at “The Walk” between 26th and 29th Streets on the west side of University Drive in Coral Springs, FL
 
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  1. Hi Nancy. I see here you have a book on Writing the Cozy Mystery. Since the term always conjured up Miss Marple, or country house mysteries, i never thought of mine as such, but that’s how they’re characterized (e.g. Mai Tais & Mayhem: Murder at Mote Marine or The Penhallow Train Incident). How do you define a “cozy” mystery?

    1. A cozy mystery has an amateur sleuth. The story takes place in a distinctive setting. Many of the characters know each other and may have a motive for murder. In a cozy, there’s no graphic sex, violence, or bad language. The reader expects to solve a puzzle, and often looks forward to learning about an interesting occupation or setting.

        1. Thanks!! That about sums up my books–each is stand-alone; while not sleuths, the main characters do want to solve a puzzle, and each is a different setting and has lots of extraneous (jk) information. Cozy it is! Meredith

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