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Demons for Tea is up for preorder! Click on the Kate Morgan tab to read all about what’s in my head when I’m not writing about Giulia!
Kate Morgan Has New Horror Coming to Scare You
You probably know by now that Kate Morgan is my horror pen name. I keep my brands separate because I don’t want readers of my light, funny murder mysteries to pick up one of my horror offerings by mistake. Horror isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. No, no, really. So please click the Kate Morgan tab right up there and see what’s happening!
Nun After The Other is a hit!
And seriously, I’m thrilled to death! Look at these reviews: This was a delightful page-turner. Giulia is a fun sleuthing friend that readers will fall into step with. This was one of the best books from Henery Press, and after you read this, you and the ghosts will be begging for more. ~Bibliophile Reviews Author Alice Loweecey writes a mystery like no other. There is a unique flair to her storytelling that draws the reader in quickly and keeps us ensnared until the book is finished. ~Lisa Ks Book Reviews This book had me laughing over and over again… Add the intriguing group of older nuns to the mix as well…
Giulia Has A Newsletter
All the cool writers are doing it. Once a month I’ll send out a snippet from my latest WIP, a recipe or craft, and something fun. You know you need this! Click the Nunmobile to subscribe to Haunted Habits. It’s that easy!
Remember Giulia Falcone? She’s back!
With shiny new covers! You’ve all been reading Giulia’s new adventures from Henery Press (Nun too Soon, Second to Nun, Nun but the Brave, and The Clock Strikes Nun), but there was a Giulia before Giulia Driscoll, owner-operator of Driscoll Investigations! This Giulia was fresh out of the convent and still trying to learn how to put on makeup. Now Giulia’s first three adventures are back in print. Click on the cool new covers to read a sample and give them a try. They’re only $1.99 each!
The Clock Strikes Nun is here!
Giulia has a new job: Hunting ghosts. Maybe. If ghosts are real: When terrified Elaine Patrick knocks on Driscoll Investigations’ door and insists her house is haunted, Giulia Driscoll’s first response is “we don’t handle ghosts.” When Elaine’s housekeeper and crackpot filthy rich cousin descend on Giulia and demand she find out who’s trying to steal sweet, fragile Elaine’s family business out from under her, that’s a different story. They want DI to provide Tarot readings, ghost hunting sessions, and even an exorcism. Ghost hunting? There are apps for that. Tarot readings? Experts in the skill are right across the street. Exorcisms? Having a priest for a brother-in-law comes in…
Mystery Thriller Week is coming!
It’s Nun but the Brave time!
There Will Be Cupcakes! No Doomsday Prepper food here: I’m talking the real thing. Cake and frosting, nom. Launch Part One will be Saturday, July 16 at the Erie Blvd. Barnes and Noble in Syracuse, NY. CLICK HERE for the link to the event on my Facebook page. Launch Part Two will be the very next day: Sunday, July 17 at Dog Ears Bookstore in Buffalo, NY. CLICK HERE for the link to the event on my Facebook page. I hope to see you there!
Only 4 Weeks to Nun But The Brave!
And the first review is in: A teaser, from Karen Owen’s A Cup of Tea and a Cozy Mystery: “Wow, just wow” is what I thought as I finished the last line of Nun But The Brave.“ Read the full review HERE. Giulia’s infiltrating a colony of Doomsday Preppers, and she’s never milked a goat in her life. Yike!
Just in time for the release of Nun but the Brave, I’m thrilled to be part of the Suffolk Mystery Authors Festival on Saturday, August 13! Here’s the cool page they’ve set up for me: It’s in beautiful Suffolk, Virginal ad features a whole bunch of authors. Here’s the link to the festival homepage. Both Kate Morgan and I hope to see you there!