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Thursday, May 16, 2019

No Saving Throw Book Blast and Giveaway

We have here a mystery book not one on organizing your closet. Along with the book info, you get a giveaway with two winners. Open part is open worldwide and offers an Amazon gift card. The other part is US only with a prize of a copy of the book. Open through 6/13. Good luck

No Saving Throw
by Kristin McFarland
Genre: Cozy Mystery

A supremely geeky murder mystery perfect for Whovians, gamers, and Muggles alike.


"A cozy shop, a tricky murder, geek humor, and gaming lore galore―what’s not to love in No Saving Throw? This book is a winner, and I can’t wait to take another turn!" –Leigh Perry, author of The Family Skeleton Mysteries

"Enjoyable debut....Readers will hope to see a lot more of the plucky Autumn." –Publisher's Weekly

Autumn has everything she could possibly want: Loving friends, a successful business, and a gaggle of gamers in her store every day.

Welcome to Ten Again, a tabletop gaming store that attracts nerds of every kind and fosters a community Autumn’s pretty proud of―a community that also keeps business afloat. And now that Autumn's in the running for a grant, Ten Again’s future is looking bright.

That is, until one of Autumn’s gamers is mysteriously murdered. With everyone in the mall as a suspect and accusations flying, Autumn is going to have to do some sleuthing of her own to save her shop and her gamers from a fate more dangerous than having no saving throw.

A nat 20! No Saving Throw is a fun, tight mystery that perfectly encapsulates the difficulties gamers face at being taken seriously. Protagonist Autumn Sinclair will stop at nothing to save not only her store, but also the geeky community it fosters.” ―Alex Erickson, author of the Bookstore CafĂ© Mysteries




Kristin McFarland has a Master of Arts in Journalism from Indiana University, which launched her on a short-lived but very exciting career as a newspaper reporter. After graduate school, she worked for five different newspapers around the country, writing about politics, crime, arts, environmental issues, crack addicts, prostitutes, and parades. She eventually wised up and decided that making up political fights and crime scenes would be a lot more fun than reporting on real ones. Today, she lives in southern Indiana, where she spends most of her time daydreaming about fictional lives and/or thinking about wool.




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9 comments:

  1. The book cover looks good. This sounds like a good read

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  2. The cover is colorful so attract my eye. I'm thinking this book might help me with gamer lingo so I can understand my grandsons because I have 3 that are hard core gamers. I wonder why more females aren't gamers.

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  3. i really like the cover, it draws me in

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  4. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  5. I love mystery books and the cover is great.

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  6. This book sounds like it's right up my alley. My daughters and I are geeks and gamers!

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  7. I like all the details on the cover. It’s interesting!

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