A note about The Cuddlywumps Chronicles

This blog is written and maintained by Miss Cuddlywumps, a fluffy-tailed calico cat who is both classically educated and familiar with mysteries. She receives creative input from the Real Cats and clerical assistance from She of Little Talent (old SoLT, a.k.a. Roby Sweet). Comments or complaints should be addressed to Miss C rather than to old SoLt (Ms. Sweet). Ms. Sweet accepts no responsibility for Miss C's opinions.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

New Trailer for Miss Cuddlywumps Investigates Mystery Series

Well, old SoLT is finally back at her desk and ready to blog again. She has wanted to have time to create a book trailer, and she has all kinds of fantastic ideas for animation and such, but I reminded her to start small and simple. Believe me, she had enough challenges putting this together. We hope you enjoy it!

And this seems like the perfect time to remind you that Book 5 in the series, The Mythmakers, will officially be released in less than 1 week! You can pre-order the Kindle version from Amazon for just 99 cents (price good through the end of November). Or you can catch the print version on sale at the Cuddlywumps Publishing site. The sale price is only available through our website, and only through November.

The Mythmakers, by Roby Sweet. Book 5 in Miss Cuddlywumps Investigates. #mystery #cozy #cats

And if you want to treat yourself (or someone else--Christmas is coming!) to all five print books, the set is on sale too! Find it only at the Cuddlywumps Publishing site.

Books 1-5, Miss Cuddlywumps Investigates mystery series, by Roby Sweet

Just in case you do not know yet, in this series I, Miss Cuddlywumps, play a classically-educated, mystery-solving at. (In other words, I play myself.) I live with a rather inept human who is lovable despite her many faults, and together we solve all the mysteries in our very small town (but I do most of the work, naturally). Here is the description of The Mythmakers:

Lately, things have been quiet in the tiny, historic village of Brooksford, Maryland. The residents got through Halloween with no “shenanigans,” as the mayor would say, and now they’re headed into a peaceful Thanksgiving season. But Rory Roberts knows better. She knows something is off from the moment the first amateur filmmakers arrive at the edge of town, and her feelings prove true when their “documentary” leads to a violent death in Rory’s backyard, with Rory herself as an early suspect.

Now, Rory and her classically educated calico cat, Miss C, with help from their friends, must work through their limited list of suspects to determine who the real killer is. They may find clues in an online horror movie showing the moments leading up to the crime, but that video also causes more trouble for Brooksford when it quickly goes viral, drawing crowds of unwanted tourists into town, and straight to Rory’s normally quiet cottage. Will Miss C’s classical education be up to the challenge of deciphering the 21st-century clues in this crime, or will her and Rory’s meddling only push the killer to strike again?

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