My Favorite Cozy Mystery Book Series: From Murder, She Wrote to The Coffeehouse Mysteries

In this blog post, I share my favorite cozy mystery book series, including Murder, She Wrote, The Coffeehouse Mysteries, and The Haunted Bookshop. I discuss what makes these series great and encourage readers to try cozy mysteries for themselves.

My Top 5 Cozy Mystery Books of All Time

Discover the top 5 cozy mystery books of all time, as recommended by me. From the quirky antics of Jessica Fletcher in "Trick or Treachery" to the delectable Tita Rosie's Kitchen Mysteries in "Arsenic and Adobo", these books are sure to charm and intrigue cozy mystery fans. Don't forget to like, comment, share, and subscribe to The Glorious Train Wreck Mom for more humorous and entertaining content.

Blogging A to Z: Day 26 – Zoo mysteries: Cozy mysteries set in zoos or featuring animals

Cozy mysteries set in zoos or featuring animals are a fun and entertaining way to escape into a world of cute and cuddly (or not-so-cute-and-cuddly) critters while solving a murder mystery. In this blog post, we've rounded up the best zoo mysteries and animal-themed cozy mysteries for you to check out. From big cats to sneaky snakes, these books are sure to delight any cozy mystery reader.

Blogging A to Z: Day 23 – Whodunit: The classic “whodunit” format of cozy mysteries

This humorous blog post explores the enduring appeal of the classic "whodunit" format of cozy mysteries. From Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" to Louise Penny's "A Fatal Grace," the post delves into famous examples of the genre and the key elements that make a great whodunit. The post also provides tips for writers looking to craft their own cozy mystery, and encourages readers to like, comment, share, and subscribe to stay up-to-date on all the latest cozy mystery news and releases.

Blogging A to Z: Day 22 – Villains: The role of villains in cozy mysteries

If you're a cozy mystery fan, you know that a great villain can make or break a book. In this humorous blog post, we explore the important role that villains play in the cozy mystery genre. From murderers to blackmailers, we break down the different types of villains you might encounter in a cozy mystery, and explains why a well-developed villain is essential for driving the plot and keeping readers engaged. If you're a cozy mystery reader looking to deepen your appreciation for the genre, or a newcomer looking for a place to start, this post is for you. And don't forget to like, comment, share, and subscribe!

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