I have written six books in the Pecan Bayou Series where Betsy, The Happy Hinter has tripped over bodies in a haunted hospital, in a library, in a swarm of bees, by a cowboy fountain, in a burned out building and even fought off a hurricane while being chased by a murderer while in labor. Okay, that last one is a little much for any woman, but now my Betsy is off another adventure. I’m not ready to reveal all yet, other than Pecan Bayou #7 will be available in the last week of April 2017. The book will also be FREE for the first five days in May so as much as I want you to buy the book, I’d love for you to pick it up for free and leave a review on Amazon.
Here is a little corner of the book cover. And now, all of you cozy detectives out there–what do you see? What will this book be about?
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March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day. Why 3-21? Because people with Down Syndrome are diagnosed as Trisomy 21 which means they have 3 twenty-first chromosomes instead of 2. Please take a moment and watch WDSD Global Video.
I am the proud mother of a son with Down Syndrome and being acknowledged and heard can be a daily battle for him.
For 2017, Down Syndrome International presents #MyVoiceMyCommunity, messages from people with Down syndrome, among their friends and peers.
They talk about how it is important for their voices to be heard, as equal citizens of their countries and they encourage their governments to listen to their concerns.
Color Me Dead continues to collect reviews! Here are a few from the 18 site blowout blog tour in January!
From the beginning, I was absolutely riveted by this book…
5 PAW REVIEW – I thought this was a great start to a new series!
I think just about anyone would love this new series whether you are artistic or not it draws you in and has you wanting to learn more about the people of Henry Park and see where the residents go from here!
A fast-paced read, I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish it.
This is a well crafted cozy mystery that will keep you rethinking your choice of murderer until the final page is turned. Most readers change their mind at least three times.
If you like paranormal with your cozy mystery, you’ll like this book.
~Christa Reads and Writes
In COLOR ME DEAD Teresa Trent takes a picturesque town adds interesting characters and a unique mystery to create a successful start to a new series.
~Cozy Up With Kathy
Color Me Dead is an entertaining cozy murder mystery that will engage you to join Gabby in solving an intriguing murder mystery.
~Jersey Girl Book Reviews
And to answer a quick question–we are working on the paperback version of Color Me Dead at this time. I’ll keep you posted when it is available. Thanks for asking.
This has been a whirlwind week and an incredible tour. Sadly, Color Me Dead‘s free days are over on Kindle, but thanks to your downloads the book hit #3 on the Free Cozies with Animals list.
I’d like to say thank you to Lori at Escape with Dollycas for being such a kind and caring professional. Also, thank you to all of the bloggers who read the book and wrote such detailed and beautiful reviews and then tweeted the heck out of it!
Luigi, the beagle, needs a nap, so once again, thanks for a great week!
This beagle is up for adoption in the Dallas area and his real name is Cooper.
Goliath, the wonder beagle. Still, miss you!
Wow! What a week. This has been a fantastic tour, and I can’t believe we’re on the last day already. Thank you to my tour hosts on Thursday and all of the kind people who visited and downloaded the book. I’ve appreciated your comments and support this week. This is the last day Color Me Dead will be free on Kindle. If you’ve already downloaded it, I’d love it if you would share this information with someone else. So, here are my last three stops. All aboard! Stop by and comment so I know you were there.
January 27 – Cozy Up With Kathy – REVIEW, INTERVIEW
January 27 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – REVIEW
January 27 – Turning the Pages – REVIEW
For my last beagle picture this week, I am posting the only picture I can find of my own beagle, Goliath. This photo was taken in Colorado back when I was a teenager. I had to wake him up to take the picture. If I remember right, this was actually a polaroid that was scanned. (That sure dates it!)
Let’s Go! Vroom…Vroom…Of course I’ll be riding in the cab, not the back 🙂
The blog tour continues! Today I’m visiting four blogs and am enjoying visiting with everyone this week. The download numbers have been great, and I appreciate all of the reviews the book is getting. When I’m not on tour, I love to have other cozy mysteries visit me when they are on tour. I can tell you, some months when I get busy writing, it’s hard to find time to read and review a book, so I really appreciate their efforts. Here are my stops for today! Come and join me and be sure to leave a comment, so I know you stopped by.
January 26 – Christa Reads and Writes – REVIEW
January 26 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW
January 26 – A Blue Million Books – INTERVIEW
January 26 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
This beagle’s name is Gumbo and he’s up for adoption in Houston, TX.
COLOR ME DEAD IS STILL FREE ON KINDLE! CLICK HERE TO PICK UP YOUR COPY!
That’s right. I’m adorable. Let’s goooooh to the next tour stop.
We are still chugging along on the blog tour! So many nice people out there. Thank you to everybody I visited on Tuesday and to everyone who has downloaded Color Me Dead. If you didn’t get a chance to pick up your free copy, click here to Color Me Dead free on Kindle.Today we are off to three more tour stops.
January 25 – Celticlady’s Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
January 25 – Cassidy’s Bookshelves – REVIEW
January 25 – Brooke Blogs – GUEST POST
This adorable is actually named Donnie and is up for adoption in Florida.