Death of a Cozy Writer, the first novel in the St. Just Mystery series by G. M. Malliet published by Llewellyn's mystery fiction imprint Midnight Ink, has won the Agatha Award for Best First Mystery.
The Agatha Awards are literary awards for mystery and crime writers who write novels in the traditional method exemplified by Agatha Christie. Traditionally, these novels contain no explicit sex, excessive gore, or gratuitous violence, and usually feature an amateur detective and take place in a confined setting and contain characters that know one another.
Awards are handed out in five categories:
• Best Novel
• Best First Mystery
• Best Non-Fiction
• Best Short Story,
Llewellyn Worldwide now has two applications available for Apple’s iPhone, based off of two of their best-selling tarot decks, the Mystic Faerie Tarot and the Mystic Dreamer Tarot.
Llewellyn is dedicated to providing its catalog via new formats, having also recently announced that over one hundred of their titles are available as e-books for Amazon’s Kindle, to ensure that its readers have access to their titles in the formats that are convenient for them.
For more information on Llewellyn’s iPhone apps, visit the iPhone App Store at http://www.apple.com/iphone/appstore/ and enter “Llewellyn” into the “Title/Description” field in the search function of the App Stor
Llewellyn Worldwide now has over one hundred books now available for Kindle, Amazon.com’s e-book reader.
The publisher is dedicated to providing its catalog via new formats, such as e-books, to ensure that its readers have access to their titles in the formats that are convenient for them.
Among the books available via Amazon’s Kindle Store are many of Llewellyn’s best-selling titles:
Llewellyn's Complete Book of Astrology, by Kris Brandt Riske
Hospital Stay Handbook, by Jari Holland Buck
Beyond Reincarnation, by Joe H. Slate
You Are Psychic, by Debra Lynne Katz
Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen, by Scott Cunningham
For more information about
Ronelle Coburn, author of Destiny at Your Fingertips, will be featured on NBC’s The TODAY Show.
The weekend edition of the program, which will air on Saturday, January 24, will feature Coburn in a segment devoted to hand and finger analysis.
Formed five months before we are born, our fingerprints reveal our unique “Zone of Fulfillment” and guide us to an understanding for our reason for being. In Destiny at Your Fingertips, Ronelle Coburn guides readers through five easy steps that teach them how to decode their own fingerprints so they can unlock the secret to their full potential in all aspects of life.
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