Monday, February 10, 2020

Cover Reveals and Pre-orders


Cover Reveals and Pre-Orders

     
                                                      

by RahRah

the star of the Sarah Blair mystery series

written by Debra H. Goldstein







Sometimes, I worry about my human, Sarah Blair. If it wasn’t for me, I’m not sure how she’d know what clothes to wear on a date or that a hug or snuggle can make the blues disappear in a matter of moment (of course, if she cries, she gets my fur wet and then I have to clean myself to avoid matting). Lately, I’ve been trying to make her understand the importance for authors to have pre-orders if characters and series are going to continue.



Because Kensington originally bought three Sarah Blair books and then, because of me (after all I am on the cover of each of the books, not Sarah), they’ve contracted for two more. That means there will be at least five books in the series, but like a cat has nine lives, …. You get the picture. That’s why I’ve been nudging her to share the new cover, that was revealed two weeks ago on Dru’s Musings (Dru is on my favorites list) and tell you that even though you can’t read Three Treats Too Many until August 25, it already is available for pre-order.



Sarah keeps ignoring me. Doesn’t she realize playing with Fluffy isn’t in her best interest? Personally I could have done without her becoming a member of our household. It’s not that I don’t like Fluffy, I do. She had a tough life and even though she’s a dog, she understands I’m the alpha male in this household, but sometimes business must come before play.  So, I’m going to share the cover and links for Three Treats Too Many with you. Maybe by next month, Sarah will stop playing with Fluffy and write something about all of us for our Killer Characters column!

In the meantime, want to get to know me? Leave a comment telling me why you like books with animals and one of you will win a copy of One Taste Too Many (print - USA - only)

34 comments:

  1. How can you not love books with animals? They are cute, evoke emotions, the ones I know definitely have personality, and they are very smart. I think books with animals let us all smile and feel what we know in our heart - that they think with reason, love us unconditionally, and have the power to make us better humans.

    Loved hearing from RahRah! THREE TREAST TOO MANY is definitely on my TBR list. ONE TASTE TOO MANY is too and I'm hoping for the opportunity to read it. Shared and fingers crossed. <3
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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    1. Kay,
      I agree. Animals bring out a different element in all of us.

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  2. I love it when pets are part of a story -- their inclusion makes it all the richer and relatable. I enjoyed hearing from RahRah, especially about the new book deal - congratulations! bobandcelia@sbcglobal.net

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    1. Celia,
      Thank you. RahRah has a mind of his own, but he likes knowing he'll be around for awhile, too....

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  3. Books with animals are filled with so much pleasure and enjoyment. Animals give us so much in life and their antics are always amusing. The new book sounds captivating and special. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Every book with RahRah is meant to be fun. Whether the antics of the animals or the humans, I'm not sure.

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  4. Any story which features animals is beautiful and fascinating. Animals have such depth and feelings and this adds to the storyline. Thanks for this amazing giveaway. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    1. Animals also bring out depth and feelings in the characters they interact with. Thanks for leaving a message.

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  5. Animals have unique & fun personalities, which makes them great characters.
    turtle6422 at gmail dot com

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  6. Animals in the story make it seem more real - whether it's the dog you own who adores you or the cat that owns you and you adore.
    sallycootie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Everything is better with animals! They're so amusing and fun. mbradeen [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  8. If you mean "cats" when you say "animals", I'm with you 100%!
    libbydodd at comcast dot net

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  9. I'll give you your 100%, but I'm going to have to add dogs because Fluffy is in the series, too.

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  10. Animals often have such amusing personalities and offer unconditional love, even in fiction. Perfect for the positivity of cozies.
    browninggloria(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  11. To me the animals are addition characters, with their own personality.
    Theresa Norris
    weceno at yahoo dot com

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  12. Unconditional love may be not cats though. Humor they make me laugh.

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    1. Interesting to see the divergence of opinion... some feel their cats are super loyal...others feel their cats rule the roost. All enjoy their antics.

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  13. I am a cat lover and I like when animals are part of a book. They become the perky sidekick and have lots of personality. It is nice to see the main characters living with a caring animal. lindaherold999(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. I think it helps create a more complete main character.

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  14. Animals are cuddly--especially cats) and also very smart.They make the books more realistic. Vicki nvictoria77(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. Animals add to the storyline. They help find clues and catch the bad guys. doward1952(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. They can be used that way … or simply as sidekicks for love.

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  16. I love animals and love to read stories with them in the story no matter the animal. Animals certainly are cunning, their anitcs fun. queenvictoria50 (@0 aol (dot) com

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  17. Seriously? Because I love pets. I'm a firm believer that they are sent here by God to help up us navigate through this world...as we grow, learn to love, grieve, and all the things life putsmus through...including dealing with stress, I'll health, special needs. Know what I mean?

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    1. I do. That's why there are times in the books that the animals are what helps the main character through a given moment.

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  18. Oops...a d email is LaFonRC(at)aol(dot)com

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  19. I think animals add a softer touch to books, and they also bring a sense of humor and connection that isn't always a part of the characters. Thank you for the chance.

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    1. They bring out elements in the characters that aren't easily seen....Thank you for participating and entering.

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  20. This month's random winner (and I wish I could say all were winners because your comments were) is Renee Collins. Hope to see you next month for a different giveaway. Debra (RahRah)

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