Tag Archives: Jose Picada PI

Happy Dysfunctional Thanksgiving!

Looking for a fast, fun, wacky mystery to read while prepping for Thanksgiving and enjoying leftovers? The Sound of Sirens is just the thing! Here’s a quick excerpt: As the applause died down, Tommy said, “Well now, I guess it’s time … Continue reading

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The latest Josie P. Cates mystery is here!

To celebrate the release of our latest book, Dave and I would like to share the forward with you. Enjoy! Forward By Josie P. Cates There seems to be a bit of confusion. Family, friends, and complete strangers have asked … Continue reading

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Get bundled up!

Two of our ebooks have been selected for “book bundles” ~ yay! Deception Al Dente (our first mystery featuring newbie detective Josie Cates) is part of the 3-book bundle Prodigies of Mystery Limited Edition I. You can find it on MuseItUp … Continue reading

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We’re on tour!

We’re currently doing a blog tour to promote our first book, Deception Al Dente. (Sure, we’ve published more books since then, but why not give a little love to the one that started it all?) Come along for the fun … Continue reading

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Setting: the Lilac Festival

Have you ever written about a place you’ve visited? I’m guessing that most authors have done this. How about writing about a place you’ve never visited? I’m sure a lot of us do that, too – springboarding off of our … Continue reading

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Birthdays and valentines and stuff

A post by Bobby Newman of the José Picada, P.I. series. Hey guys! Bobby here. If you don’t know me, I’m Josie’s best friend. If you don’t know Josie, she’s the main character of the José Picada paranormal mystery series. … Continue reading

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Chaos and Cholesterol: A Traditional Romanian Christmas

  So now we know how Victor Frankenstein felt. Sometimes you just lose control of your creations. In this case, the monster is Roman Wallachia. Not that he’s really a monster, more of a monster hunter. He was created for … Continue reading

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