Monday, July 24, 2017

Inside the Actor's Studio questions and there's a #BookGiveaway

Character:      Edward Morris
Series:           Webb’s Glass Shop Mysteries
Author:          Cheryl Hollon

Hi there, I’m Edward Morris, British owner of Queen's Head Pub on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg, Florida. It's right next door to Webb's Glass Shop. My girlfriend, Savannah Webb, submitted my name as the next business owner to be featured in our local neighborhood newspaper. The interview was fun, but at the same time a little terrifying. I've only been in the U.S.A for a little over a year, so I'm honored to have been chosen.

Here goes...

1. What is your favorite word? Love

2. What is your least favorite word? No

3. What turns you on? Excellent food, reading and art of any sort.

4. What turns you off? Bullies, injustice and soggy chips.

5. What sound or noise do you love? A kitten's first mewling.

6. What sound or noise do you hate? Dishes breaking on the Pub floor.

7. What is your favorite curse word? Bloody Hell.

8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? An accountant. I love numbers.

9. What profession would you not like to do? An electrician.

10. If heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the pearly gates? Hello, Edward! So nice to see you.



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Etched in Tears releases on November 28, 2017 and is available for pre-order everywhere. Meanwhile, you can read more about Savannah in Cracked to Death, the third book in the Webb’s Glass Shop Mysteries, published by Kensington Books. Available at your favorite book vendor.


About Cracked to Death

When a treasure hunt leads to deadly plunder, it’s up to glass shop owner Savannah Webb and her trusty investigative posse to map out the true motives of a killer . . .

It's the dog days of summer in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Webb's Glass Shop proprietor Savannah Webb has an eco-friendly plan to help locals escape the heat--a recyclable bottle-crafting workshop taught by reticent store manager Amanda Blake. Turns out, the class is a bigger smash than expected, thanks in part to a pair of staggeringly old bottles brought in by snorkeler Martin Lane . . .

Linked to a storied pirate shipwreck, the relics definitely pique Savannah's interest. But intrigue turns to shock when Martin's lifeless body washes ashore the next morning, another glass artifact tucked in his dive bag. With cell phone records connecting Amanda to the drowning, Savannah must voyage through uncharted territory to exonerate her colleague and capture the twisted criminal behind Martin's death . . .

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There's a #BOOKGIVEAWAY to Celebrate Summer here at Killer Characters! Leave a comment and your email address in the form of name(AT)server(DOT)com to avoid the SPAM bots. Do this by midnight on July 25 for the chance to win a signed copy of your choice of Pane and Suffering, Shards of Murder, or Cracked to Death. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Winner will be notified within 48 hours after giveaway closes.



Meet the author:

Cheryl Hollon writes full time after she left an engineering career designing and building military flight simulators in amazing countries such as England, Wales, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan and India. Fulfilling the dream of a lifetime, she combines her love of writing with a passion for creating glass art. In the small glass studio behind the house, Cheryl and her husband George design, create, and produce fused glass, stained glass and painted glass artworks.



Visit Cheryl and her books at her WebsiteFacebook or Twitter

32 comments:

  1. Can't wait to read more about this pub owner! I like the Actor's Studio style of questions! Thanks for the chance to win!
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  2. Sounds great and love the cover; thanks for the chance to win
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

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  3. I loved the answers to the questions. Thanks
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  4. Sounds good. Thanks for the chance to win.
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  5. Interesting interview and wonderful feature and giveaway. Thanks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. Glass creations are beautiful and the book would be greatly enjoyed. Many thanks. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. Love the series. I'd like to own Pane and Suffering in paperback! bobwiesmann at gmail dot com.

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  8. A fun series.
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  9. I've only read the first book, but I loved it! The others are on my TBR list. Thanks for the chance.
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  10. I just read the first book in the series a few days ago. I loved it! I have book #2 in my TBR pile. acate9(at)utk(dot)edu

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  12. I imagine you've been able to add your experience working with glass to your stories.
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  13. Loved the interview. Thanks for the contest, would like to have a chance to win Pane and Suffering. monstercreed1@yahoo.com

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  14. Nice to meet you, Edward---I'd love to come to your pub.
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  15. I love it all!!! That was a great introduction! Bloody hell, Edward, nice to meet you! What's your favorite book? ;)
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  16. Great series. Would enjoy reading the third book in the series.

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  17. Great series. Would enjoy reading the third book in the series.

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  18. I am looking forward to Etched in Tears. I like reading a book that is set locally and has stained glass! Thank you for a chance to win and the entertaining interview with Edward. Doodlesink (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  19. Pane and Suffering actually sounds like my situation right now. I was scalded while tsking water from my microwave.
    Connie
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  20. I would love to win any one of these books. They look great.
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  21. don't know where my comment went!? sorry if it turns up twice!
    i'd like to start at the beginning of this series!
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  22. Thanks for the opportunity cheers at MarjimManor dot com

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  23. Thanks for the chance. Maceoindo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  24. Love the cover art! Makes me want to read this series. mlarkin at rmrgroup dot com.

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  25. What a play on words used for each title. I haven't had the opportunity to read any of this series so I would like to begin with the first book in the series. I believe it is Pane and Suffering. I've always found stained glass interesting and know it is not a cheap craft to work in. Thank you for the opportunity to learn more about Cherul Hollon. robeader53(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  26. Sounds like a great book! anajs95(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Thanks for the chance to read one of these great books!
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  28. I love this series...Great covers, fun titles, engaging stories, and admirable characters! What's not to love!
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  29. This series looks great! Thank you so much for the chance to win!
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  30. I really enjoy cozies and love the variety of the storytelling. Thanks for this opportunity. If I win, I would like Pane and Suffering. Stained glass is such an interesting subject too. jluebke(at)frontier(dot)com

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  31. Love this series. I would love to win Cracked To Death. Thanks for the giveaway. doward1952(at)yahoo)(dot)com

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  32. This series sounds very intriguing and I love Edward's answers to all the questions. Thanks for the chance to win! aut1063(at)gmail(dot)com

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