Frayed Edges: A Quilting Cozy (Book 12)

The 12th book in the Quilting Cozy series will be released in a couple of weeks (June 25th) and is available for pre-order on C&T-Publishing’s-website, and on Amazon in print and eBook format. It will also be available at books stores and quilt shops around the country.

Because it is being released this month, C&T asked me to provide a narrative for their June blog. I thought, as followers of my blog, you might like to read it. It will tell you about the new book and, if you are new to the series, it will give you an overview of my Quilting Cozy mystery series. (See link below.)

Stay tuned for information about the 2-book give-away (with 5 winners!) which will appear in my blog the same day the new book is released: June 25, 2021.

My very best wishes to all my followers.


Click here to read the blog I wrote for C&T’s June newsletter

About Carol Dean Jones, Author, Quilting Cozy serieshttp://caroldeanjones.comI am a retired geriatric social worker, avid quilter, and author of A Quilting Cozy series published by C&T Publishing.

4 thoughts on “Frayed Edges: A Quilting Cozy (Book 12)

  1. If you haven’t read any of the Quilting Cozy Series order your books and start from Book 1. Allow your summer of reading to start now. You will need the time to read these books at the beach or by the pool. The last book is due out in a couple weeks, So get reading EVERYONE.


    • Arlene, such a lovely endorsement! I’m so glad you enjoyed the books, and you are right about reading them in order. Each book can stand alone, but there’s a subplot that runs through all the books and that is the developing relationships among all the characters. That subplot runs from the first book when Sarah reluctantly moves into the retirement community and follows her as she meets her outrageous neighbor who becomes a close friend and even includes the development of a possible love interest when she meets a retired police detective. And as far as summer reading goes, ‘Cozies’ are my favorite summer reading…light mysteries, lots of relationship issues, and being in my eighties I’m delighted to pick up a book where the characters are from my generation!
      Again, thank you, Arlene, for the gentle nudge you gave any followers who haven’t started the series.

  2. Congratulations on #12 my most talented big sister…………so very proud of you and glad you have found a way not only to create wonderful characters but to share your wonderful talent for quilting too. See you soon!

    Hugs, Pam

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