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Whew! Hard to believe it’s almost been a month since I officially launched What Happened in Granite Creek. It’s been such a fun ride so far!

I’ve been getting requests for a reading guide, so here it is. Opening this link will open a PDF on your computer. Warning, though: this guide is meant to be read AFTER you’ve finished WHIGC. Spoilers are contained within. Consider yourself warned!

As for the guide, I think it will work well as a starting point for book clubs. Aaand I’m happy to pop into your book club as well (in person if you’re local or via Skype). I don’t attend the full meeting (I find it’s much easier for members to tear a book apart without the author sitting right there), but I’m happy to join you halfway or three quarters of the way through when y’all have had a chance to discuss and tear and debate and are ready to ask the author some questions.

If you’re interested, just let me know. (Ditto with my other novel, Forgotten April.)

Thanks, as always, for your continued support!



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We’re snowbound here in the Northeast. This doesn’t matter too much to me since I work from home. Still nice to have an official excuse not to shower or go out. (Not that I need one.)

So I wanted to share two things: a cool find for book club lovers (and authors who would like to reach them) and my latest book trailer (I’m loving Animoto‘s software — what fun)!

Book Movement describes itself as a place where over 27,000 (!) book clubs share and talk about the books they love. Members can create a page for the book club, and there’s info on how to start a book club for newbies. It also has great advertising opps for authors. Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments below. Or if you’re already a member, let us know how you like it.

Okay, and here’s my book trailer for “Orange Pineapple,” which I released last October. Make sure you have your speakers turned on/up. If you like it and want to share it, you can pick up the embed info from my YouTube Channel here. Please share!

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