Elizabeth Craig has the cozy mystery market almost cornered, with three different series and more books to come.
On this podcast episode we talk about her Myrtle Clover cozy mysteries, her Southern Quilting cozy mysteries, and her Memphis Barbeque cozy mysteries. We even touch briefly on her post-apocolyptic zombie novel. 😉
Elizabeth is a prolific writer who has produced over 20 books in the last 7 years or so. I’m sure you’ll find several great new books to read after you hear her talk about her writing inspiration and research, which included a trip to Memphis. Lucky her!
In the introduction I mention that previous It’s a Mystery Podcast guest, Matty Dalrymple, is celebrating the release of the audiobook for her mystery/suspense novel Rock Paper Scissors. (If you haven’t already done so, you can hear Matty and I talk about this book on Episode 36.) Matty is sponsoring a giveaway for promo codes for the new audiobook.
If you’d like an opportunity to win a promo code for a copy of the audiobook, send an email to info (at) alexandraamor (dot) com with the word ‘Audiobook’ in the subject line. I’ll be making the draw on Thursday, January 11, 2018. Send your email in by midnight, January 10, Pacific time, and you’ll be in the draw. I’ll make an announcement on the show on Monday, January 15 about the winners.
“With winter darkness and cold setting in, will schoolteacher Julia Thom, and her good friends, Constable Merrick and Walt Sheehan, be able to find a missing toddler before it’s too late?”
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Links and resources mentioned in this episode
- Click on any of the book covers to go to Elizabeth’s books on Amazon
- Interview with Elizabeth from 2011 on The Creative Penn podcast
- Elizabeth’s article on Outlining a Cozy Mystery