Too Chili To Die

Usually my blogs are not about my books, although I do include a link to my books at the end. This time, it is about my newly released book—newly meaning today—Christian cozy mystery romance “Too Chili to Die.”

I often tell folks who will understand that God writes my books and I type them. Some folks don’t understand that, so I leave them to their own conclusions.

All I have ever wanted to do since I was nine years old is to write books. Just write. I am blessed by God that I can now do exactly that—after most of my life working two to three jobs at a time and using every stolen minute to write.

The Bible promises that “All things work together for good to those who love the Lord.” Those very jobs that kept me too busy to write now find their way into the background of my books. Like “Too Chili to Die”—working on a small local newspaper and covering events like chili cook-offs.

Too Chili to Die was fun to write. Hope readers will have as much fun reading it as I had writing it. Stephanie Parker McKean: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle

5 thoughts on “Too Chili To Die

  1. Ooh Steph, is it published? I shall be off to Amazon to tuck it up on my Kindle! I love the title! I love your books too and I shall thank God that you keep writing them 🙂

    • Thanks, Val. You are exceptional, and an exceptional friend. I wanted to start on yours, but we will be out of town until the end of the week and my kindle has suddenly decided it’s not compatible with my computer and is telling me I need to buy a new one! I will – but I don’t want to order it until we get back. Grrr…it’s a trick to make folks buy a newer kindle when they are perfectly happy with their old ones. Anyway, I have it…I just can’t get to it! It let me buy it….then it sent it off into a cloud somewhere and I have no idea how to bring it back down again.

      • Never mind, Steph. Bless you for buying it, and I’m sure that once you have a working Kindle, it will appear like magic. 🙂

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