Jun 222019
 

Granny Bricks A Bandit
(Fuchsia, Minnesota Series)
by Julie Seedorf

 

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Granny Bricks A Bandit (Fuchsia, Minnesota Series)
Cozy Mystery
6th in Series
Cozy Cat Press (February 18, 2019)
Paperback: 239 pages
ISBN-10: 194606372X
ISBN-13: 978-1946063724
Digital ASIN: B07P1J663L

Granny and her cohorts are at it again! When Granny and her neighbor Mavis, go water-skiing and discover a dead body, Granny’s sleuthing instincts take over! She is determined to identify the corpse and find the killer. But wait! No sooner are Granny and her cohorts on the murderer’s trail, then Mavis’ husband George suddenly disappears! Could he be the killer’s next victim? Or could he be the killer? When the gals take a side trip to the Mall of America, they find a man fell to his death on a climbing wall––and Mavis is certain she spots George nearby! What does it all mean? Will Granny get to the bottom of it, with the help of her entourage of buddies and pets?

Praise for Granny Bricks A Bandit (Fuchsia, Minnesota Series)
by Julie Seedorf

GRANNY BRICKS A BANDIT had me laughing through practically the entire book. When I wasn’t laughing, I was as intent on discovering the mysteries (Yes. More than one.) in this wonderfully penned tale . . .
~Lisa Ks Book Reviews

The author, Julie Seedorf, has created a well-written novel with a huge helping of fun and crazy antics.
~Brianne’s Book Reviews

Even the local Pastor finds herself embroiled in Granny’s escapades. Add in some rambunctious and uncontrolled animals plus an adorable six-year-old, who wants to be just like Granny, and far too soon. You end up with a wild ride.
~Laura’s Interests

About the Author

A Bit About Me As An Impassioned Writer

As human beings, we are always a work in progress. From birth to death we live, hurt, laugh, cry, feel, and with all of those emotions we grow as people, as family members, and as friends. I am a dreamer and feel blessed to have the opportunity in my writing to pass those dreams on to others. I believe you are never too old to dream and to turn those dreams into a creative endeavor. I live in rural Minnesota and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.

I have worn many hats throughout my life such as working as a waitress, nursing home activities person, office manager and finally a computer repair person eventually owning my own computer sales and repair business. I never forgot my love of writing and quit my computer business in 2012 after signing a contract with Cozy Cat Press for Granny Hooks A Crook, the first book in my Fuchsia, Minnesota Series.

Adding four more books to the Fuchsia Series, adding a new Brilliant, Minnesota Series and writing a column for local newspapers feeds my writing creativity.

I also dabble a bit in watercolor painting and hope to eventually add pictures to my children’s book series, Granny’s In Trouble.

Oh, and did I tell you I like to be a little bit silly.

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Dec 162017
 


The Discombobulated Decipherers: A Brilliant, Minnesota Mystery
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Setting – Minnesota
Self Published (November 21, 2017)
Paperback: 228 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0692971079
ASIN: B076Z3YFYQ

 

 

It’s Christmas in Brilliant, Minnesota, and Brilliant is known for its glitzy Christmas traditions. A world-renowned Christmas pageant, the town square decked out with Santa’s Village and a live nativity scene bring visitors to Brilliant each year. Just as the tourists arrive, Jezabelle Jingle and her mystery writer friend, Miranda, find the body of Ernest the elf dead and wrapped in a bundle of Christmas lights in the town square. Is Ernest part of a new holiday puzzle the Discombobulated Decipherers need to solve? Or is dead Ernest part of a bigger plot? Will Jezabelle decipher the clues so Brilliant can celebrate Christmas in peace? Or will Jezabelle be the next gift-wrapped box under the village tree?

 

 

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Come for the Christmas pageant, the live nativity scene, and Santa and stay for the murder. It is almost Christmas in Brilliant, Minnesota and a dead elf has been found in the town square. There also seems to be a new puzzle for the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors. Oh but wait, they were forced to disband after their last little caper. They have been reborn as the Discombobulated Decipherers. The name fits, the are pretty discombobulated over this new puzzle they need to decipher, starting with how a dead elf entangled in Christmas fits. Maybe his death has nothing to do with it at all, but maybe they can decipher that case as well.  Hopefully before “disaster” strikes. Aside from the puzzles, there is another mystery to solve. Jezabelle has a secret admirer sending her some fantastic gifts.

I challenge you to read a Julie Seedorf story and not crack a smile several times, you may even find yourself laughing out loud.

Jezabelle Jingle, Lizzy Langer, Phoebe Harkins, Rock Stone, Miranda Covington, and Mr. Warbler make up this crew of puzzle solvers. The cook at Brilliant Bistro has also joined the group which is good because Rock Stone is out of town. Police Chief Hank Hardy has ordered them to say out of police business, but he knows they won’t listen. Jezabelle Jingle and her friends don’t like being told what to do so they will just do their investigating behind the chief’s back. {wink, wink}

These characters leap off the page. They are funny and sweet and warm my heart. They are also fascinated by things that most people would pass right by. The author again gave them a very unusual puzzle. Little items found that lead to uncovering a huge secret. I was captivated by the clues immediately and was shocked to see where they lead and what the decipherers found.

Julie Seedorf has written a brilliant little mystery. Curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and relax and enjoy. A wonderful way to ring in the season with a smile.

Dollycas

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About the Author

As human beings, we are always a work in progress. From birth to death we live, hurt, laugh, cry, feel, and with all of those emotions we grow as people, as family members, and as friends. I am a dreamer and feel blessed to have the opportunity in my writing to pass those dreams on to others. I believe you are never too old to dream and to turn those dreams into a creative endeavor. I live in rural Minnesota and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.

I have worn many hats throughout my life such as working as a waitress, nursing home activities, office manager and finally computer repair person eventually owning my own computer repair business. I never forgot my love of writing and quit my computer business in 2012 after signing a contract with Cozy Cat Press for Granny Hooks A Crook, the first book in my Fuchsia, Minnesota Series.

Adding four more books to the Fuchsia Series, adding a new Brilliant, Minnesota Series and writing a column for local newspapers feeds my writing creativity.

I also dabble a bit in watercolor painting and hope to eventually add pictures to my children’s book series, Granny’s In Trouble.

Oh, and did I tell you I like to be a little bit silly.

Author Links

Webpage     Blog     Facebook 

Twitter     GoodReads    Amazon Author Page

Praise for The Discombobulated Decipherers
by Julie Seedorf

The characters in this are just nuts (in a good way) which makes the story really funny while giving it lots of life at the same time.
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews

Fun characters and unusual circumstances make for an enjoyable read.
~Laura’s Interests

Author Julie Seedorf makes the world of cozy mysteries her own in every delightful book she writes. And she certainly doesn’t disappoint in this second book of her Brilliant Minnesota Mysteries.
~Lisa Ks Book Reviews

 


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Nov 282017
 


I am so happy so have Julie visit today.
Her new book The Discombobulated Decipherers was released November 21!


Guest Post

It was always easy for me to have my babies. During my pregnancies I felt wonderful and my labor, all three times, was short, from three hours down to barely one hour with my last child. I occasionally compare writing a book to my months of pregnancy. When writing and creating  characters and plots I amble along smoothly, just like my pregnancies.

For me in a way, writing a book is a little like having a baby, although the birth of a book can take anywhere from a few months to as long as you want. When the book is finished you have a new baby, a new creation and then… the hard work begins.

After your human baby is born there are sleepless nights and trying to figure out how to be a parent to this new beautiful human. After a book is written there are sleepless nights with editing and editing and editing. Once you feel your creation is growing into the book it should be and sent off to the publisher, a writer needs to nurture that book, spread the word and brag about it the same as you brag about that human child as he or she grows and spreads their wings and becomes a full-blown adult.

My new book is here. The Discombobulated Decipherers, the second book in the Brilliant, Minnesota series, grew in my mind and was put into words over a nine-month span of time. The storyline which takes place in fictional Brilliant, Minnesota, finds the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors disbanded and Jezabelle and Lizzy moving on to a new career as owners of the Brilliant Bistro. The seeds were planted and just as we do not know what to expect when we find we are adding a new addition to our family, the storyline took off with a life of its own surprising this author with its characteristics.

Ernest the Elf is mistaken for a frozen statue in the square just when Brilliant is celebrating their Christmas Pageant with tourists coming from near and far for the celebration. Jezabelle and her neighbors as the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors thought they had solved the only puzzle the founding fathers of Brilliant had left before they disappeared, never to be heard from again. Their disappearance in itself is a puzzle. Ernest’s death leaves clues that all still is not as it seems in Brilliant. Since police chief Hank Hardy issued an order disbanding the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors, Jezabelle and her neighbors decide to change their name and become the Discombobulated Decipherers without Hank’s knowledge. It leads them to a Christmas story they didn’t expect.

The surprise story characteristic I didn’t expect from this book birth was giving importance to a minor character from the first book in the series. Snoop Steckle decided on his own that he would make the life of this book memorable.

I hope you take the time to meet my new baby, The Discombobulated Deciphers. And while you are reading I hope you remember that I am in the tough stage of nurturing my new child, feeding the media, growing the brand and expanding the series so it grows into a healthy family member of this series. Who knows what will happen in the next nine months before my next book baby is born.

~Julie

Thank you so much Julie for stopping by!


The Discombobulated Decipherers: A Brilliant, Minnesota Mystery
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Self Published (November 21, 2017)
Print Length: 195 pages
ASIN: B076Z3YFYQ

It’s Christmas in Brilliant, Minnesota, and Brilliant is known for its glitzy Christmas traditions. A world-renowned Christmas pageant, the town square decked out with Santa’s Village and a live nativity scene bring visitors to Brilliant each year. Just as the tourists arrive, Jezabelle Jingle and her mystery writer friend, Miranda, find the body of Ernest the elf dead and wrapped in a bundle of Christmas lights in the town square. Is Ernest part of a new holiday puzzle the Discombobulated Decipherers need to solve? Or is dead Ernest part of a bigger plot? Will Jezabelle decipher the clues so Brilliant can celebrate Christmas in peace? Or will Jezabelle be the next gift-wrapped box under the village tree?

About the Author

As human beings, we are always a work in progress. From birth to death we live, hurt, laugh, cry, feel, and with all of those emotions we grow as people, as family members, and as friends. I am a dreamer and feel blessed to have the opportunity in my writing to pass those dreams on to others. I believe you are never too old to dream and to turn those dreams into a creative endeavor. I live in rural Minnesota and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.

I have worn many hats throughout my lifetime such as working as a waitress, nursing home activities, office manager and finally computer repair person eventually owning my own computer repair business. I never forgot my love of writing and quit my computer business in 2012 after signing a contract with Cozy Cat Press for Granny Hooks A Crook, the first book in my Fuchsia, Minnesota Series.

Adding four more books to the Fuchsia Series, adding a new Brilliant, Minnesota Series and writing a column for local newspapers feeds my writing creativity.

I also dabble a bit in watercolor painting and hope to eventually add pictures to my children’s book series, Granny’s In Trouble.

Oh, and did I tell you I like to be a little bit silly.

Author Links:

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I am so pleased to welcome Julie Seedorf to Escape With Dollycas today
as part of her Great Escapes Book Tour! 

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author photo2Thank you Lori and Escape with Dollycas for having me on your site today. You are awesome. I also thank you for all you do for authors.

I still have a hard time when asked what I do, meaning my career, answering that I am a writer or an author. It seems too much of a dream and though my column in newspapers was born in 2005, I feel I haven’t earned the accolades to call myself an author or a writer. I fear it happens to all of us–we have a hard time believing in ourselves. We also have a hard time knowing what to share about ourselves and often times the only thing we end up sharing is asking people to buy our books.

It is risky letting our readers know who we are and what makes us tick. We want to be liked and not get zinged in the media. I like to know my readers and I like to have my readers know me, know my heart and understand why I write what I write.

I grew up in a family in southern Minnesota. I was a spoiled only child. We took care of family, meaning elderly grandparents and uncles and aunts. I played outside at night with my friends playing the simple games of ball and tag and red rover. We could camp out in our yards at night and we could roam the community. Everyone watched out for everyone else. Looking back it was the idyllic childhood. Isn’t that what happens sometime with our memories? It had it’s ups and downs and childhood strife. We weren’t rich but we weren’t poor, but I don’t think rich or poor was anything I ever thought about. I don’t think my friends did neither. Looking back now after experiencing life’s ways as an adult and the stresses kids have now it was a simple childhood.

My childhood shaped who I became and the people in it, kids and adults, built my character. As an adult I got married, had kids and it was a good life though it wasn’t and isn’t perfect. There have been many sorrows and many hardships and problems along with joy and love and fun. I hope I have grown out of that selfish spoiled child into a caring adult. Everything I have experienced in my life has made me who I am today. I am a package of the good and the bad and the unexplainable.

granny_hooks_a_crook_4I like to think I bring that experience to the characters in my books. Let’s start with Granny from the Fuchsia Minnesota Series. People love or hate the series because that series is silly, unbelievable and makes fun of many of the things we deal with in real life today. But the character of Granny has real depth but she hides behind her crusty exterior and her willful ways. All readers see in the first book is the exterior of her character. As the series continues if readers look underneath the humor and the craziness, they will find an explanation of life that made her who she became and as that life continues, she changes and evolves, yet somethings can never change because her past is so deeply rooted into who she becomes. I believe if you look past the plot in many books and feel the characters you will feel the authors heart.

The_Penderghast_Puzzle_Protectors_jpgIn The Penderghast Puzzle Protectors, Jezabelle Jingle, is the ringleader of the group. Jezabelle is a single woman, lives alone in the oldest neighborhood in Brilliant and is the longest resident in the Penderghast neighborhood. She keeps an eye on her neighbors but only because her neighbors are strange and her love of a mystery has her spinning tales in her mind about their curious habits. Jezabelle has at times a no-nonsense attitude but has a quick wit and a mischievous quirk to her personality.

Little do the residents of the Penderghast neighborhood or the residents of Brilliant know the Brilliant Brothers have left all the residents of Brilliant a puzzle and a legacy hidden in their houses and their community. All is not what it appears to be with the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors personalities or the town.

We all have hidden aspects of our personalities. We all have hidden secrets shared with no one. We have secrets we may not acknowledge because if we do it will reveal another facet of what made us who we are that we would like to keep hidden. Letting our friends and family know who we are may help them understand why we behave the way we do, why we act the way we act, and why our lives have shaped us into who we are today.

Take a chance on the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors. It is the first book in the Brilliant Minnesota Series. Over time and the next books you will see why Jezabelle chose her own last name of Jingle. You will know what makes the characters hurt, angry and sad. You will learn why laughter is sometimes easier than crying. This book is only the beginning of the heart of Brilliant Minnesota and it’s residents. And if you look closely in all my books you will see my heart too.

~Julie

About The Author –

Julie Seedorf is a Minnesotan. She calls dinner, supper, and lunch, dinner. She has had many careers over her lifetime but her favorite career was that as mother to her children. In later life she became a computer technician, opening her own business. In 2012 Julie signed a contract with Cozy Cat Press for her Fuchsia, Minnesota Series. Books included in that series areGranny Hooks a Crook, Granny Skewers A Scoundrel, Granny Snows A Sneak and Granny Forks A Fugitive.

Closing her computer business in January 2014 Julie has transitioned to becoming a full time writer adding free-lance work for various newspapers, along with continuing her column Something About Nothing, which is now in book form in a book of the same name released in early 2015. Her children’s series, Granny’s In Trouble gives her grandkids a hint of the young Grandma underneath the wrinkles.

Her books are light and fluffy and highlight the fact that in the midst of life we have to find the humor in bad situations to keep us going. “We all take ourselves too seriously and we need to have a little fun.” Julie secretly yearns to be like the Granny characters in her books.

In February 2016 the first book in the Brilliant Minnesota Series was released titled the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors. She also is part of a group mystery by Cozy Cat Press Authors titled “Chasing the Codex.” Julie’s serious side is revealed in a story included in the Anthology, We Go On – Anthology for Veterans where the proceeds will go to Veteran’s Charities.

Visit her website at http://www.julieseedorf.com.

Her blog http://sprinklednotes is a little scattered like Granny but lends itself to wisdom and occasional flip flops about life.

You will also find her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/julie.seedorf.author and on Twitter at julieseedorf@julieseedorf and her character Granny has her own Facebook page,http://www.facebook.com/GrannyFromFuchsiaMinnesota. Enjoy the moments; they may carry you through a lifetime.

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The_Penderghast_Puzzle_Protectors_jpgThe Penderghast Puzzle Protectors: A Brilliant Minnesota Mystery
New Series
Cozy Mystery
Setting – Minnesota
Cozy Cat Press (January 20, 2016)
Paperback: 270 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1939816801
E-Book ASIN: B01BDZWAE4
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Jezabelle Jingle and her neighbors in the Penderghast section of Brilliant, Minnesota, have a mystery on their hands. Someone is stealing sections of hardwood floors in their homes and the thefts may be connected to a long-hidden treasure left by the founders of Brilliant. Not only that, there’s a dead body in a basement to add to the mix. Can Jezzy and her quirky friends figure out the puzzle and find the treasure before some other, unknown person–maybe the murderer–beats them to the punch? Or will the town’s Chief of Police, Hank Hardy, prevent the group from their sleuthing? Anything can happen in the strange little town of Brilliant, Minnesota. After all, brilliant minds create brilliant finds!

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Can a story turn a bad day into a good day or at least let you escape the stressful times around you? This one sure can!

Welcome to Brilliant, Minnesota. Jezabelle Jingle and her friends and neighbors are victims are a very unusual theft. Sections are the floors in their homes are being stolen and it puts one neighbor in a very precarious predicament. After a dead man is found in the basement of a vacant house, solving this puzzle mystery becomes a top priority for both the police and the newly formed Penderghast Puzzle Protectors.

Jezabelle Jingle, Phoebe Harkins, Rock Stone, Miranda Covington, and Mr. Warbler all live in the Penderghast Neighborhood and along with Lizzy Langer they become the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors with a mission to find the person stealing parts of their floors, who has already killed once. They know to to this they must solve a complex puzzle with some very large pieces. Police Chief Hank Hardy is less than pleased with their endeavor but he knows when Jezzy Jingle sets her mind on something there is no stopping her. They may live in Brilliant but he believes what she and the other puzzle protectors are doing isn’t very smart. He is going to have to protect them from themselves knowing they may solve the case before he does.

Author Julie Seedorf’s sense of humor shines in this story from the character’s names to situations she puts her characters in. I found myself giggling several times. These characters are true cozy, quirky to the core.

She sets the scene very well and gives us the history of Brilliant needed to make us understand the town and its ancestors and how it all plays together in this story’s mystery. As each new clue was revealed I was more excited to solve the puzzle myself.

Starting a new series is not easy. The author needs to introduce us to interesting characters in a distinct setting while also giving us a mystery that tests us is a tall order. Julie Sedorf does an excellent job at this. She also ties it to her other series set in Fushia, Minnesota. The towns are not too far apart and the people of Brilliant have friends and relatives there. But you do not need to have read about Granny and her friends to enjoy this puzzler mystery. You may want to to start reading them though after you read this story.

Julie Seedorf writes fun/funny, entertaining mysteries sure to put a smile on your face and even make you laugh out loud. This story is truly unique and I recommend it highly if you like you like your mysteries with a large dose of humor or need a wonderful pick me up.

perfect 2016

Dollycas

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