Mystery Book Tour Day 28 #MysteryNovember Eden’s Garden by Juliet Greenwood

I want to live in this village!! Only 3 days left of mystery November!!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Welcome to today’s guest on the mystery November book tour, Juliet Greenwood and her book Eden’s Garden.

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Where is your home town?

I live in a traditional quarryman’s cottage on the edges of a village in Snowdonia in North Wales, halfway between Conwy Castle and the romantic island of Anglesey. I lived and worked in London for several years, so I certainly appreciate the peace and quiet! It’s a very traditional village with one or two outrageous characters, and many an intriguing story to tell…

How long have you been writing?  

All my life! I was first inspired by Rosemary Sutcliffe and wrote my first rip-roaring historical (set in Saxon times) at the age of ten, and never looked back. It’s taken me a long time to be actually published and begin to be the writer I want to be. It’s been a long learning curve, and I still…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 25 #MysteryNovember No Strings Attached by Lily Bishop

This awesome romance begins in Vegas and comes to Atlanta for a bit! Love it!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Welcome to Day 25 of the November Mystery Book Tour, today our guest is Lily Bishop with her romantic mystery No Strings Attached.

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Where is your home town?

I grew up in Maysville, Georgia, a small town of about a thousand people. Maysville is located an hour Northeast of Atlanta, Georgia.

How long have you been writing?

I have been writing since I can remember stringing sentences together. I received my first typewriter in middle school and my first word processor in my sophomore year of college, way back in 1987. I haven’t looked back. I published No Strings Attached in 2013, and I think I started that one in 2009.

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I love romantic suspense.

Where is No Strings Attached set?

No Strings begins in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the characters spend time in Miami, Atlanta, and a private island in the Bahamas.

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My day for Mystery Blog Tour! Yay!! So of course I’m giving away free stuff :)

Hey everyone! So November 22nd (almost here!) is my day for the Mystery Tour by Rosie Amber and I am SO excited that I am giving away a free book for “The Haunting of Secrets” as well as a HOS necklace!  The post will go live about 1 am our time here in the states and I will post 3 questions throughout the day that are answered on my interview at Rosie Amber’s blog. I’ve included the link to her blog here and be sure to check my Facebook author page to answer my questions throughout the day tomorrow the 22nd! Each correct answer will enter you into the drawing for the free bling! Good luck and I hope to see you there!!

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Rosie Amber’s Link to my Interview on her blog: http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5Qe

My Facebook Author’s Page: https://www.facebook.com/shelleypickensauthor

AND HERE’S THE FIRST QUESTION SO YOU CAN BE READY FOR WHEN THE BLOG GOES LIVE IN YOUR NECK OF THE WOODS!!

1st question: What food do I most hate from my beloved home state of South Carolina?

Mystery Book Tour Day 21 #MysteryNovember Steps Into Darkness By Ben Woodard

I love to “Step into Darkness”! Can’t wait to read this one!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Today’s guest on our Mystery November Tour is Ben Woodard with his YA mystery book Steps Into Darkness

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Where is your home town?

I come from Lexington, Kentucky, USA

How long have you been writing?

Approximately six years

Tell us where and when Steps Into Darkness is set. 

A small town in Kentucky called Shakertown because the religious group, the Shakers, once lived there. The story is set in 1923

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

Historical

What is your target reading age for this book?  

Primarily boys ages 10 to 15 although girls like the story.

Introduce us to Tom Wallace.  

Tom is an orphan boy who lives with his cousin, Will, in a house owned by Will’s parents. Tom is short, thin and shy, but he has a horrific secret that causes him to be moody, angry and to take incredible chances. He’s a misfit in the…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 20 #MysteryNovember Prime Deception by Carys Jones

A thriller based in England! Wonder if that’s why it’s wet? Never been there but so very much want to visit!! Thanks Carys Jones for the great mystery!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Welcome to Day 20 of the Mystery Book Tour.

Today Carys Jones joins us with her book Prime Deception.

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Where is your home town?

My home town is Telford which is in Shropshire. It is in central England and pretty rural which is great for walking my beloved dog, Rollo.

How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing full length novels since I was twenty three. Before that I used to write short horror stories and poems but never actually finished anything…

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I love romantic suspense. I think that love is a really powerful force which can drive people to sometimes do truly terrible things which is why romance works really well within the mystery genre.

Where is your book set?

Prime Deception is primarily set in London, England.

Introduce us to Lorna Thomas.

Lorna Thomas is a spirited and ambitious young…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 19 #MysteryNovember Center Point by R. M Clark

Beware of packages….they may lead to a mystery!!! Check out Center Point by R.M. Clark

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Today our guest on the Mystery Book tour is Robert Clark and his book Center Point

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Where is your home town?

I live in Swansea, Massachusetts, a quiet, little town about twenty miles southeast of Providence, Rhode Island.

How long have you been writing?

I started writing novels in 2007 when the voices in my head decided they needed to be unleashed. Since then I’ve completed ten manuscripts. The first two were adult themed, the rest have been middle grade.

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I definitely like to venture into the past using various means such as magic boxes, shadow balls, magic trains and portals. I guess that makes it paranormal. I like to play the past against the present because it brings out the best in my characters.

Where is Center Point set?

Center Point is set in a fictional, small New England town called New…

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YA Debut: The Haunting Of Secrets by Shelley Pickens

Get to know my main character Aimee! I thought it might be time to reblog this character interview that one of my favorite writers Aubrey Wynne did for me! Thanks Aubrey! Are your secrets safe??

Aubrey Wynne

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In Aimee’s world where one touch can reveal a cesspool of carefully guarded secrets, the last thing she wants to be caught up in is a quest to expose a murderer, let alone fall for the cute, popular guy that has the biggest, dirtiest secret of all – and it’s a killer.

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Synopsis:

Sixteen year old Aimee doesn’t like to touch people. One touch and she sees their past.  One touch and she can see all the good and bad deeds a person has ever done.  It isn’t until a bomb explodes during lunch that she realizes exactly how many dirty secrets the students in her school harbor-or exactly how far one of them would go to keep his secrets safe.

In the aftermath of that fateful day of the bombing Aimee is brushed by a fellow student as they are caught in the mob running for their lives.  Images…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 12 #MysteryNovember The Truth Will Out by Jane Isaac

THERE’S SOMEBODY IN THE HOUSE!!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Today’s guest on the Mystery November tour is Jane Isaac with her book The Truth Will Out.

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1) Where is your home town?

I live in rural Northamptonshire, UK with my husband and daughter where I can often be found trudging over the fields with my dog, Bollo.

2) How long have you been writing?

On and off, all of my life, but I only discovered fiction writing in 2007. I completed my first crime thriller, An Unfamiliar Murder, in 2009 and have never looked back.

3) What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I have a deep fascination with the twists and turns of police procedurals and love the thrills and excitement of psychological thrillers like Before I Go To Sleep, so I try to combine both these elements into my novels.

4) Where is “The Truth Will Out” set?

Action is divided between the UK Midlands…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 11 #MysteryNovember Blood Pool by Jan Ryder

This one looks right up my alley! Woohoo! Can’t wait to read it!

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Today our guest on the Mystery Book Tour is Jan Ryder and her book Blood Pool

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Where is your home town?

I live in the beautiful North Dorset countryside in England.

How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing for nine years, though much of that time was spent in learning the writing craft. Two years ago my debut novel, Blood Pool, was published.

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I write what I most love to read – fast-moving mystery thrillers. My stories aren’t all action and thrills. I like to think there’s something in them for everyone, drama, tragedy and romance too.

Where is Blood Pool set?

The action ranges far and wide, but a fictional boatyard business on the East Devon coast in England forms the backdrop to the story.

Introduce us to Samantha Shelley, what is she like?

Sam is an attractive thirty year-old…

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Mystery Book Tour Day 7 #MysteryNovember Diamonds & Dust by Carol Hedges

Rosie Amber

November Mystery Tour

Welcome to Day 7 of this November mystery Book Tour.

Today our guest is Carol Hedges and her book Diamonds & Dust.

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Where is Your Home Town?
I live in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, it’s a mid-sized town just north of London. I can get into London by train in 20 minutes, which is handy for shopping, visiting my daughter and new granddaughter, and researching locations for my books.
How Long have you been writing?
I’ve been writing since I was at school, just bits and pieces, but I only started getting published in my 40s. I’ve had 13 books published, mainly teenage and YA. Last year, however, I decided to move on to writing adult historical fiction. Diamonds & Dust is my first adult novel.
What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?
I love Historical mysteries, especially those set in or written in the nineteenth century. I’m a great fan of Charles…

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