Let’s Continue with Wendy Meadows!

But before I start with Wendy, I need to give a BIG thank you to everyone who has supported our book. The release was out of this world and we made it to a “Best Selling” rating. Don’t stop. We still need your reviews and don’t forget the anthology is only available until January, so don’t miss out.

Wendy Meadows

Wendy Meadows is a USA Today best-selling author whose meticulously crafted stories showcase witty women sleuths and engaging plots.

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder                       by Wendy Meadows

Carol finds herself at the center of a crime she did not commit in a town she is a stranger to. She must work with the Scrooge-incarnate Chief of Police, Brogan Peterson, to find out who killed William, a store owner, before anyone else is targeted. Carol is a tough woman, but could her own need for mystery put what is precious to her in the firing line?

Ok, let’s talk to Wendy…

What was your favourite or most memorable gift you got as a child?

A white sled with American stars and stripes. My parents have a picture of my finding it Christmas morning with a huge grin on my face, and tears in my eyes.

Your story is set in Tinsel Pine, Connecticut. Why did you choose that as the setting for your book?

I wanted to create an inviting, small town with the theme of Christmas year-round. Many moons ago, I lived in North Pole, Alaska. It was so fun to see the tinsel and lights up even during the hot days of summer.

If your book was to be made into a movie, who are the celebrities that would star in it?
I can envision Goldie Hawn and her daughter, Kate Hudson, playing the main characters.

What’s your favourite Christmas movie?

A Christmas Story. I’ve been known to use the “don’t poke your eye out” when my two sons were younger, LOL.

How does this story connect with your other books or series?
It’s the prequel to Tinsel Pine Cozies, I’m currently working on the rest of the books.

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