Finally! After several delays, Daisy is on Amazon for you. Thank you, my patient readers for sticking with me. 2015 was an amazing year. I barely had time to catch my breath we were so busy at my house. I traveled to San Diego to write, Jamaica for our 40th, and NYC for the RWA convention. That doesn’t count the trips to see my six beautiful grandkids or the six weeks in the summer they were here. I was singing Willie Nelson’s song ‘On the Road Again’ a good bit. In November we got a new puppy to keep my 7yo doxie boy company. So, I’m potty training in the cold. Yes, I chose this. No, I don’t like the cold. Ah, the things we do for love.
In spite of all the goings on, I also published the first two Skeeterville stories, which were actually #1 and #3. Amazing Gracie was #1. When my doxie girl crossed rainbow bridge in April, I had doxies on the brain, so #3 A Tail of Two Doxies was written before #2 Hiding Miss Daisy. In February I will fly to San Diego to diligently work on #4 Fifteen Shades of Blue which will have the puppies from A Tail of Two Doxies, plus one more named Romeo. More about that soon.
Here’s the link to Hiding Miss Daisy: http://amzn.to/1npR8Ek
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Here’s the blurb you’ll find on Amazon:
Hiding Miss Daisy – A Senior Cozy Mystery Novella
Skeeterville Senior Cozy Novella #2
After three mysterious deaths at Sunnydale Medical Care Center and rumors of other strange happenings, Irene Weatherspoon doesn’t want her older cousin, Daisy, to go to the assisted living wing.
Mildred Fortier finds it hard to believe her life-long friend and apartment mate has dementia. Poor Daisy is just forgetful but her daughter is trying to force her into assisted living.
Though the authorities rule the deaths “medication errors within tolerable limits,” Irene is not convinced when “the error” claims another victim. Irene and Mildred band together to hide Miss Daisy. The ornery seniors from the Friendly Arms Apartments join forces to help Irene solve the murders.
What to do? Feisty Irene takes notes when she visits friends at Sunnydale. She uses the resident therapy dachshund to sneak behind the nurses’ desk. But Mildred, the seniors, and her boyfriend Wally, think Irene’s gone too far when she dons purple PJ’s to tackle the role of amateur detective, and goes undercover at Sunnydale.
Irene won’t stop investigating until she knows the answer. After all, most Skeeterville seniors end up in Sunnydale, and no one wants to end up dead.