Omaha Public Library 2016 Author’s Fair

March 1st, 2016 → 4:52 pm @

Last Sunday was the 5th annual Omaha Author’s Fair – and the 5th we’ve attended. It was much more lively than last year’s event – when snow showers kept visitors away.OPL2016A

Met some new folks and learned some things too. Cedric and I represented the bulk of the murders – and all of the baked goods!

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Thanks to The Bookworm for Hosting my Recent Book Reading and Signing

February 22nd, 2016 → 8:55 pm @

Bookworm2016ABookworm2016ZAnd thanks to those of you who braved the February cold to hear me talk about the second book in my Donna Leigh Mystery Series: I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Shortsighted.

I spent two hour regaling my audience with readings and background for the evolution of the series. ┬áBased on post-event comments – folks seemed to be engaged – except for one poor little guy who just couldn’t keep his eyes open.

 

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Another Council Bluffs Author’s Fair

November 23rd, 2015 → 9:59 pm @

It was the first Author’s Fair for Book 2: I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Shortsighted – and it was fun to share the limelight with Cedric and his first novel – here we are at the Council Bluffs Author’s Fair:

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Thanks For An Awesome Book Launch Party!

November 23rd, 2015 → 9:49 pm @

Thanks to Cedric, Desarae and the crew of Le Voltaire for a wonderful book launch party for the 2nd in the Donna Leigh Series: I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Shortsighted.

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Introducing The Donna Leigh Mystery Series!

October 31st, 2015 → 4:42 pm @

Gracie Dancer LLC is thrilled to announce the second in the Donna Leigh Mystery series!

 

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Now it’s officially a series!

October 31st, 2015 → 4:40 pm @

It wasn’t easy promoting a series with just one book – but those days are gone now that I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Shortsighted has officially made its appearance on Amazon – in book paperback and Kindle!

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I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Shortsighted is Now on Amazon!

October 24th, 2015 → 5:52 pm @

The second book in the Donna Leigh Mystery series is now available in paperback on Amazon – Kindle is soon to follow.

Get it here: http://www.amazon.com/Didnt-Shortsighted-Donna-Leigh-Mysteries/dp/1943976007/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1445709551&sr=1-1&keywords=robin+leemann+donovan

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Checking Copy for Book 2 Has Finally Arrived!

October 14th, 2015 → 3:40 pm @

I Didn’t Kill Her But That May Have Been Short Sighted is days away from being available on Amazon!

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Thank you, Angela, for the great review!

August 24th, 2015 → 7:56 pm @

Angela Shockley (Reviewer) has just completed feedback for Is It Still Murder Even If She Was a Bitch?.

Add positive reviews to your NetGalley title record by following this link: https://www.netgalley.com/publisher/viewReview/review_id/1915713

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Full Text: Did the title catch your attention? That’s the whole reason I requested this title in NetGalley! I quickly read through Is It Still Murder Even If She Was A Bitch. Like most mysteries, the investigators suck at their job and the heroine/hero has to figure it out before they’re killed, too! What you get here is a dash of The Devil Wears Prada and Murder She Wrote. It’s a fun story and I would recommend it to anyone who loves a good little mystery.

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Are you reviewing this title for a publication? No

Would you purchase this book for yourself or a friend? Yes

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Thanks J Rit for a wonderful review!

January 4th, 2015 → 8:08 pm @

It was just another workday for Donna Leigh, ad executive at her own firm, when a colleague asks if she has heard the news– their former colleague, Claire, is dead and she has been murdered! Claire was a well hated person in the ad game, and it seemed everyone who ever came in contact with her might have enough motive, including Donna and the folks at Marcel. As problem solvers and people movers, Donna and the team at Marcel start looking into solving this mystery, mainly to keep themselves off the long suspect list. While their techniques are not always appreciated by the police, they do turn up information that helps and know they are getting too close to the answer when Donna begins getting threats. Ms. Donovan deftly negotiates the tightrope between suspense and humor in relaying this multi-character tale. Description sets the stage in Omaha and makes the characters come to life or, in Claire’s case, death. Through the teams missteps, blunders, and problem solving competition, the case is solved just in the nick of time for Donna. This is a delightful, fast-paced read which I recommend to all amateur sleuths with a good sense of humor. As I read, it was easy to cast characters and imagine this story on the screen.

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