Snoops and Sleuths. Today I've decided to try out a new segment idea called reading time. On Fridays instead of my random thoughts on the cozy genre and old movies, I thought I'd read from one of my own cozies. I welcome your comments good bad or indifferent. Also, I have a new twitter handle @TheCozySleuth so come on down to the Twitterverse and follow me.
I've been promising it since I started this show, and now I'm happy to announce the start of Author Chat! Here, I'll be interviewing cozy authors about their books. My first guest is Kristine Raymond, Author of Finn-agled.
I had the pleasure of reading Finn-agled.
A unique character with a unique way of telling her story that I hope you'll love as much as I did.
And please join me on Wednesday as I interview the Author of Finn-agled Kristine Raymond.
I missed Monday's review due to a migraine so today I'm going to review two mystery apps.
One is called Murder in the Alps by Nordcurrent and the other is Small Town Murders by Rovio. Both were very entertaining but both could use some improvements.
Do you have a favorite Detecting Duo? Join the conversation either on twitter at https://twitter.com/inkwielder or on The Cozy Sleuth Podcast fans and guest group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/311571653112056
Welcome Snoops and Sleuths to Season 2 of the Cozy Sleuth. In addition to the Monday Reviews and Friday talks, we'll be doing Wednesday interviews. I hope you'll enjoy getting to know some great cozy mystery authors.
Peach Cobbler Poison is the first book in the Drunken Pie Mystery series. I look forward to reading the next book. you can find the book on https://www.amazon.com/Peach-Cobbler-Poison-Drunken-Mystery/dp/1798894742/ref=sr_1
Our favorite detectives jobs are as varied as our own. It's one of the things that makes the cozy such an interesting genre. No matter what, you can find a job or hobby that you as the read can relate to.
This is the first audio book I've experiences (well other than The Hobbit, but I cant review that here.) and I can definitely see the appeal. Pains and Penalties is the first in the Geeks and Things series and it's such a fun experience.
Today I ask the question of why are Mysteries so popular? To join in the discussion follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/inkwielder and click on the show's icon. I look forward to reading your answers. :D
The Circular Staircase is considered the first in the Had-I-but-known school of thought in detective fiction. And what's that mean? Well you'll have to wait for future episodes to find out. The book was written by Mary Roberts Rinehart and published in 1908. Mary Roberts was considered America's Agatha Christie.
She was the main character of 9 Warner Brothers films from the 1930's and always got the upper hand on her detective boyfriend. She was a fast talking, quick witted, and strong willed role model for many a young woman in Pre-World War II.
I'm reviewing the Detective Pikachu game for Nintendo 3ds and it's the first time I've gone without a script. If you want a schedule of upcoming episodes subscribe to my newsletter The Cozy Gazette at https://cozygazette.blogspot.com/
Today is Pet Appreciation week. So I thought it's be a good time to talk about the pets of the cozy mystery world. Also do you have a favorite cozy companion? Share your response under the Cozy Sleuth logo on my twitter page https://twitter.com/inkwielder or use the #cozysleuth. Until next time my Snoops and Sleuths keep cozy. Oh and follow my group https://www.facebook.com/groups/311571653112056/
Hi I'm LeAnna Shields and I'm the creator of The Cozy Sleuth. I'm a long time fan of detective fiction in general and cozy mysteries in specific. I've also published 2 cozy mysteries The Art of Facts and Sparx of Suspicion. Both can be found on Amazon.com for Paperback, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited. I hope you'll join me as I review my most recent reads and interview my fellow cozy authors and classic movie fans.