Book Launch for Poison, Perennials, and a Poltergeist

Thanks for stopping by today to help me celebrate the launch of my cozy mystery novel, Poison, Perennials, and a Poltergeist, the first book in my Petal Pushers Mystery Series.  I want to give a Shout Out to my publisher, Grey Gate Media, LLC, and editor Pam Marin-Kingsley, for her creative suggestions and the beautiful cover she designed.  It’s available in both Print  and a Kindle edition.


Want to win a prize?  I’ll be a giving away a digital copy and all you have to do for a chance to win is leave either a comment or question about the book in the comments section.  You have until 2 PM Central time tomorrow, on Thursday, March 21st, then I’ll draw one lucky winner’s name out of a hat and post the results tomorrow night.

UPDATE:  I’ll announce the winner of the free digital copy this evening between 8 & 10 PM.


Here’s a peek at the jacket blurb:
Darci Shelton has just one year to make her new flower shop a success, but she must come to terms with the store’s resident ghost while struggling to put Petal Pushers in the black.

Customers in the small Kentucky town keep Darci busy with flower arrangements and landscaping jobs. She also has to watch over her pregnant employee, and puts herself in jeopardy trying to help the sheriff crack a murder case. While all that’s going on, the ghost heals puny plants, entertains the parakeet, and her cold spots keep the cooling bill down, but a dead woman who pops up beside floral displays just isn’t good for business. Financial ups and downs are hard enough to deal with, plus Darci needs to find out what the apparition wants, before it scares everyone away . . . or worse.