Here you’ll find information about me and the Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series from Berkley Prime Crime! You can follow me on Twitter here, or be my friend on Facebook. And if you’re interested in ghosts, the Jersey Shore, and just enjoying a funny, spooky, exciting mystery novel, you’re in the right place! Look around; spend some time. Get in touch with me at ejcopperman (at) gmail (dot) com and ask questions or say hello. And please follow my blog, Sliced Bread. Thanks for visiting!
Here you’ll find information about me and the Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series from Berkley Prime Crime! You can follow me on Twitter here, or be my friend on Facebook. And if you’re interested in ghosts, the Jersey Shore, and just enjoying a funny, spooky, exciting mystery novel, you’re in the right place! Look around; spend some time.
Get in touch with me at ejcopperman (at) gmail (dot) com and ask questions or say hello. And please follow my blog, Sliced Bread. Thanks for visiting!
VERY BIG NEWS: On October 8, THE QUESTION OF THE MISSING HEAD, the first book of (at least) three about Samuel Hoenig, a borderline genius with Asperger’s Syndrome who has set up a business answering questions–about anything–for a fee, will be published by Midnight Ink. It’s my first collaboration with Jeff Cohen and we hope everyone who’s read our books separately will love the ones we write together!
MISSING HEAD CHALLENGE: Buy a copy of THE QUESTION OF THE MISSING HEAD on its publication day (October 8). Then take a picture of yourself with the book (or your e-reader with the title page showing) and post it on Facebook or Twitter. For each picture seen by me or Jeff Cohen, we’ll donate $3 to ASPEN, the Autism Spectrum Education Network, up to $300. And HSG Agency, which represents us, will match the donation! So you get to help families with at least one member who has a spectrum disorder, and you don’t have to spend an extra dime!
Also: To win one of five free copies of THE QUESTION OF THE MISSING HEAD, look here!
For an excerpt (basically the first three chapters), click here!
Had a great time at the Deadly Ink conference in New Brunswick, NJ. It’s an intimate, fun conference where readers get to sit and talk with authors pretty much all they like, so if you’re in the area, stop by! Here’s more about Deadly Ink.
Congratulations to Dru Ann Love, who won the Trivia Contest at Shelly’s Book Case! Delivery of the INSPECTOR SPECTER tote bag will be imminent!
Congratulations to Terry Parrish, who won a Visa gift card at Cozy Chicks blog! (And all she did was answer a question about THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT!)
AN OPEN SPOOK, the latest eSpecial novella in the Haunted Guesthouse mystery series (told by Loretta Kerby this time) has a preview of THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT, the fifth novel in the series, and is now available everywhere! You can see a personal message from E.J. here to find out more! For the first chapter of THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT, click here!
The audiobook version of all the Haunted Guesthouse novels and the eSpecials A WILD GHOST CHASE and AN OPEN SPOOK are now available on audiobook from Audible! You can check them out and order them here!
Available now: A WILD GHOST CHASE–A Haunted Guesthouse eSpecial!
Paul Harrison is a dedicated investigator. He’s also dead. So being in the haunted guesthouse on the Jersey Shore has been something of a trial for him, especially since he longs for a case to engage his mind. When Alison Kerby tells him she can’t take on any more investigations, Paul chooses not to inform her he’s agreed to one: He’s going to try and find the mother of a nine-year-old ghost who calls himself Eagle of the Sun. The problem: Both ghosts have been dead for more than 200 years, and Eagle of the Sun seems to be holding some information back…
Congrats to my pal Jeff Cohen, who won a Barry Award (Best Short Story for “The Gun Also Rises”) at the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland! Also, Jeff’s Comedy Tonight (formerly “Double Feature”) mystery series is now available again! For more details: check out Jeff’s web site.
Blog Tour–THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT!
To celebrate the publication of THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT, the fifth Haunted Guesthouse mystery, I’m visiting a number of blogs and web sites:
At Writerspace, the rules of writing ghosts!
At Rocco (the cat)’s blog Cats Books and More Cats, I discuss–not cats! Except that the cat interviews me…
At Dru’s Book Musings, a day in the death of Maxie Malone.
At Jungle Red Writers, the power of character.
Night of the Living Deed
“Funny, charming, and thoroughly enjoyable. I look forward to the next installment.”
—Gloria Feit, I Love a Mystery
“Fans of Charlaine Harris and Sarah Graves will relish this original, laugh-laden paranormal mystery featuring reluctant ghost whisperer Alison Kerby, a Topper for the 21st century. Meticulously crafted, Night of the Living Deed is a sparkling first entry in a promising new series.”
—Julia Spencer-Fleming, Anthony and Agatha Award winning author of One Was A Soldier
If you’d like a Night of the Living Deed bookmark signed by E.J. Copperman, just send your email and snail mail addresses to: ejcopperman (at) gmail (dot) com, and one will be on its way! While supplies last (meaning, until I run out of stamps)!