The Stuck With a Series3 books in series
Stuck with a Stiff Publisher's Summary
Amazon Top 100 Best-Selling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery author D. D. Scott is back...this time, with a brand new series and a new co-author, too.
The Stuck with a... Series is Castle-gone-country with the mom squad, Betty Boop, and My Cousin Vinny in the barnyard.
But this ain't no ordinary barnyard.
There's a lot more than a crazy rooster missing from the chicken coop, a bad ass cow causing a bunch of trouble, and a dog looking like a creature out of a storybook. There's a stiff too. A stiff - as in a dead guy - in a snow drift near the chicken coop.
Things aren't lookin' too good for Nicky Blane, who owns the farm. He's used to creating fictional stiffs for his best-selling novels, not defending himself from being framed for murder.
Bonus content included: In case you missed D. D.'s Stuck with a... Series Prequel Stuck with a Schmuck - which gives you a superfab fun setup to Stuck with a Stiff - no worries...'cause it's included!
About the authors:
D. D. Scott is an Amazon Top 100 Best-Selling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery author. She's also a Writer's go-to-gal for muse therapy and indie epublishing, the co-founder of The WG2E - The Writer's Guide to E-Publishing, and the founder of The RG2E - The Reader's Guide to E-Publishing. You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her online classes and live workshops, plus juicy tidbits too from her new cyber home...D. D. Scott-ville.
David Slegg is a debut humorous mystery author. He grew up on a cattle farm on the banks of the Wabash River and studied Ag Economics at Purdue. He's been just about everything under the sun - a waiter, a research technician, a bouncer, a salesman, a mapmaker, a bookseller, an ultra-marathon runner, an AutoCAD drafter, and an editor. In his spare time, he recently earned his MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) from Simmons College in Boston. His friends have been telling him for years that he should write a book. Let's just say he's had an unusually high number of improbably unlucky experiences. We're talking about the sorts of things that you'd find humorous if they were happening to a character in a novel but not so funny if they were happening to you. He's happy to be inflicting some of these situations on his characters. Hell, it's probably therapeutic.