I was recently contacted by my publisher, C&T Publishing, and asked to participate in an interview about my books in general and my newest book in particular which was just released, Beneath Missouri Stars.
Although I was very nervous prior to the interview, it turned out to be fun. Amy is a very skilled interviewer and she brought out lots of interesting details from the books and my own life.
It occurred to me that some of my readers and followers might like to see the interview. I have attached a link below which will take you directly to it.
If you have any comments or questions feel free to comment below or drop me an email at QuiltingCozy@gmail.com. Remember, I always love hearing from you, seeing what you’re working on, and hearing your thoughts on any topic. We have certainly become friends over the years.
Continue to take good care of yourselves during these unusual times.
Our two winners have been notified and books have been mailed. I hope you both enjoy them. Let me know!
Now, as for the many followers and readers who didn’t win, I’ll be running another drawing for the first ten-books in the series next month so give it another try. Watch for the announcement in mid-June.
C&T Publishing is offering to give the five lucky winners all ten books in this series, each book signed by the author. To enter, simple go to the C&T Blog by clicking here: C&T Giveaway and follow the instructions for registering.
You will also find a detailed description of the series on the C&T blog.
On October 15th, 2019, one lucky follower of this blog will win a complete set of the Quilting Cozy series, Books 1-10 by Carol Dean Jones. The winner will receive a signed, print copy of each of the ten books in the series as pictured above.
I participate in a quilt retreat which meets yearly in the spring at a peaceful, wooded camp in the West Virginia foothills. In addition to our incredible weekend together, we often choose to do a special project during the intervening year. This year we were randomly given a quilt type and two colors and told to make a small quilt (no larger than 36″ square) but something that is ‘outside the box’ for each of us.