Winter blues got you down?
$100 Hilton gift cards to jump start your winter getaway – and a signed set of my books for you to take along! 
The good news?  As newsletter subscribers, ALL of YOU are already entered!!!  So sit back, relax and get ready for me to pick a winner.  But if you get a chance to follow me on Bookbub: , I’d really appreciate it!!!!
In Other News . . . 
Thrilled to have been a guest on UK-based Talk About it Friday podcast.

Also excited to be featured in
Talk About it Friday’s online magazine!
Check it out! I’m on pages 17-18

…Pulpwood Queens!

Had a blast this year in Jefferson Texas for the Pulpwood Queens annual Girlfriends Weekend. And, yes, that really is me in all of those costumes…

1. With Elvis and the amazing, Claire Fullerton! 2. With the Queen herself, Kathy L. Murphy! 3. With fellow SWP author, Kathryn Taylor 4. Take it to the Limit!

And speaking of the Pulpwood Queens, A VEIL REMOVED was chosen to be a bonus Book Club pick for 2020! 

Excited that A CHILD LOST has been included in Novel Network’s New Book Roundup for 2020!

Loved being Peggy Busceni’s
guest on her Page Turner
Radio Show on WLCB 101.5 FM 

Also loved being a guest on The Write Review!  Watch this audio/video interview with the fabulous Annie Horsky McDonnell!

Early reviews for A Child Lost are starting to pour in!  Pre-Order now!
"Once again, Cox delivers the passion and intrigue of Henrietta and Clive with a story that leaps right off the page. A Child Lost is a true thrill..." —Paperback Paris
"...vivid descriptive prose and historical accuracy"— Publishers Weekly
“Having already won myriad awards for her novels, this book is, in my opinion, the author’s best written yet. The action/suspense at the end of A Child Lost sizzles, and Ms. Cox’s ability to capture love in many of its varied, authentic forms is mesmerizing.  Cox has knocked it totally out of the park.”—Carolyn Breckinridge, author of Kaleidoscope Jane: & Other Stories 

“From the very first paragraph the reader is back in the world of 1930's Chicago populated by Elsie and Gunther and Henrietta and Clive. This book is the fifth in the series by Michelle Cox and to me the best yet.”— Cheryle Fischer

“The story flows so nicely from chapter to chapter that the reader is never bored. It was such a fun and entertaining read. I highly recommend this novel and the others in the series to readers who want a good historical mystery.”—Kristie Dilcher
The Elite Audio Reviewer Club!

The response to the audio books has been fantastic, but there are still a few spots left in the audio reviewer’s club if you’d like to be a part of it.
Here’s how it works: 

1. To sign up, email me here:

2. I’ll send you a free code to access book 1 (A Girl Like You) of my Henrietta and Inspector Howard series.  Listen, enjoy (hopefully!), and review.

3. Send me a copy or screen shot of the review, and I’ll send you another code for the next book in the series. Easy!

The fine print: Currently, the codes only work in the US, Canada, and Australia. Sorry!
Listen to some samples now! 


A Girl Like You:
A Ring of Truth:

A Promise Given:
Book Funnel News . . . ! 

Recently, I decided to partner with a variety of other authors on Book Funnel, which delivers FREE or discounted books – via any platform or device!  Each month I’ll include the link to the current bundle of free or discounted books I’m grouped with for your perusal.  Hopefully you’ll be able to discover some new great reads! 
Here’s this month’s bundles:

Women’s Fiction and More
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Crime and Mystery
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A Touch of History
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Suspense short stories & chapters
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Audio books and excerpts:
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Survive the winter:
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Events . . . !
  • Chicago Writers Conference: Allerton Hotel, March 21-22
  • Chanticleer Awards and Conference: Bellingham, WA. April 17-19
  • Malice Domestic Conference: Bethesda, MD. May 1- 3
  • Literary Ladies of the Lakes Book Club: Grayslake, IL. May 7
  • Winfield Library Book Club: Winfield, IL. Sept. 16
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