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  Susan Wittig Albert & Bill Albert
Partners in Crime MysteryPartners e-Letter  
November 7, 2007  
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  • Book Report
  • Lifescapes & the Pecan Springs Journal
  • All About Thyme
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    Book Report
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    The Cottage Tales Blog Tour
    Susan is off and running (virtually speaking) on her blog tour, which started yesterday, Nov. 5, with a kick-off post at Poe's Deadly Daughters. If you've never heard of a blog tour, you'll find full details and a schedule here. We're holding a drawing for every blog visit, and a grand prize drawing at the end, so there will be plenty of chances to win a free copy of The Tale of Hawthorn House. (Of course, if you don't want to wait, you can always get your own signed copy. Ordering information is here.)

    Story Circle Publishes Kitchen Table Stories
    It's here, just in thyme for Christmas gifting: Kitchen Table Stories, stories and recipes contributed by Story Circle members and edited by Jane Ross. There's Grandma Morton's chicken and dumplings (first you've got to catch the chicken), instructions for "throw-together" Saturday suppers, tips for making good Polish pierogi, and Susan's grandmother's recipe for pickled eggs. You can buy your copy and others for gifts from Susan's website, where your purchases help to support the Story Circle Network.

    Book Review Site Relaunched
    In case you missed the recent announcement, the Story Circle Book Review site has been completely renovated. The site is now the largest and most comprehensive women's book review sites on the Internet. If you love women's books and enjoy sharing them with others, Susan (one of the site's three editors) invites you to join the review team. Read, write, share—it's easy, and a good way to add to your publishing portfolio. There are full details on the site.

     

    Lifescapes & the Pecan Springs Journal
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    Check out Susan's blog, Lifescapes, to see what she's been up to lately. She's working on another China Bayles mystery, too, and blogging about the process at the Pecan Springs Journal.

     

    All About Thyme
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    If you're not subscribing to China's herbal eletter, you're missing out on some fun! Please let your friends know about it too. Check it out here.

     

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    Cottage Tales Blog Tour
    Join Susan for all eight blog visits
    Nov. 5-15
    There'll be a book drawing
    for each blog visit
    and a grand prize drawing
    at the end.
    Don't miss a single visit!
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    Kitchen Table Stories is a 160-page soft-cover cookbook and story collection from Story Circle Network members, including over 70 recipes together with the funny, heartwarming, and touching stories behind those recipes.

    A limited number of copies of the Special Edition are available by mail order from Susan's website at $15 plus shipping and handling.

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    The Tale of Hawthorn House  

    The Tale of Hawthorn House


    "This whimsical blend of romance, mystery, and nostalgia will keep cozy fans happily entertained." —Publishers Weekly

    A foundling baby, gypsies camped in the meadow, a fox on the loose, and a nest of unhatched eggs. Miss Potter has another flock of mysteries to solve! Read the prologue and order your autographed/personalized copy.

    This newsletter is a publication of Partners in Crime, (P.O. Box 1616, Bertram TX 78605-1616). It is provided free, via e-mail, to anyone, worldwide. ©2007 Bill & Susan Albert

    Feel free to forward this newsletter to friends and colleagues with appropriate credit to Bill & Susan Albert.
    This newsletter is written and edited by Peggy Moody & Susan Wittig Albert.


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