Sunday, April 14, 2019

YOU SHOULD BE DANCING



From:  Max Dieter
Of:  The Bad Luck Cat Mysteries
By:  Kay Finch

Spring has sprung in the Texas Hill Country. By the time the Easter bunny comes hop-hop-hopping along, the tourists will be out in full force.  Which means business at my Hot Stuff Coffee Shop will be hopping, too. 

It doesn’t take newbies here at Hot Stuff long to realize I have a 70’s music theme going on.  The juke box plays day and night.  With fab songs like Night Fever, Don’t Leave Me This Way, and Boogie Oogie Oogie, there’s a lot of toe tapping in the place.  
I’d like to give the customers a little extra kick, though, and not only from a caffeine jolt.  How about a weekly Disco Night? People can come in and do some real dancing – just like John Travolta did back in the day.  Sure, I’ll have to push the tables back to make enough room, but doesn’t this sound like a blast? 


I’ll bet I can talk Rowe Flowers into dancing, and she might convince the sheriff to join her.  They can bring Sabrina and Luke, and I’ll bet Sabrina’s cat Hitchcock would love to watch the fun. (Unless he’s still miffed that I didn’t name my shop Black Cat Coffee, which I have to admit has a certain ring to it.)

 I need to put together a special play list for this event.  What’s your favorite?


Kay Finch is the National Best-Selling author of the Bad Luck Cat Mysteries by Penguin Random House.  Though her character, Sabrina Tate, has left the paralegal profession behind to move to the Texas Hill Country, Kay still works as a paralegal at a Houston, Texas law firm. She resides in a Houston suburb with her husband and pets. Coming soon - Bad Luck Cat Mystery #4 – The Black Cat Steps On a Crack – is scheduled for a June 11th release. Visit Kay at www.kayfinch.com

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