Christine Husom


Author of the Winnebago County Mystery Series and the Snow Globe Shop Mystery Series

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Interview with David Alan Binder

Posted by christinehusom on March 22, 2017 at 9:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Christine Husom interview with David Alan Binder

1. Where are you currently living?

Minnesota, USA.

2. What is the most important thing that you have learned in your writing experience, so far?

You need to be very patient with the process, from writing your manuscript, to polishing it, to finding a publisher, to seeing it in print. It takes a long time, usually years.

3. Tell us your insights on self-publish or use a publisher?

I...

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The Iced Princess Review by MJB Reviewers

Posted by christinehusom on March 10, 2017 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (4)

Review:

 

The characters are well developed and well rounded. I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Cami and Pinky. They are good friends and they would do almost anything for each other. I like reading about their conversations and fun antics and they felt like realistic characters to me. I liked the mix of old characters from the previous book and new characters that we meet for this book. The secondary characters added a lot to the story.

 

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Reader to Reader Review of Frosty The Dead Man

Posted by christinehusom on February 24, 2017 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Thank you, Joanne for the review! http://www.newandusedbooks.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=this_review&ID=12815


When snow globe store owner Camryn Brooks finds Mayor Lewis “Frosty” Frost dead in his office, the list of people who might have motive is longer than Santa’s Naughty List!

 

Was his death because he was encouraging a microbrewery to open in the charming town of Brooks Landing, Minnesota? Or is it because he pushed for a manuf...

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Frosty the Dead Man Review at My Empty Nest

Posted by christinehusom on February 11, 2017 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Thank you very much, My Empty Nest! http/myemptynesting.blogspot.com/2016/11/frosty-dead-man-snow-globe-shop-mystery.html


This time last year I told you about a most adorable series based in a quaint curiosity shop. I am so happy to say it's time for the next part, Frosty the Dead Man (Snow Globe Shop Mystery #3) by Christine Husom. I hope you took to the time get caught up because this one was just as much fun.

 

My thoughts:

 It was great t...

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Frosty the Dead Man Book Review by Omar on Open Book Society

Posted by christinehusom on February 11, 2017 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Many thanks for the review, Omar! http/openbooksociety.com/article/frosty-the-dead-man-snow-globe-shop-mystery-book-3-by-christine-husom-book-review/

 

Frosty the Dead Man is the third book in this fun cozy mystery series. I had a hard time when I first heard of this series envisioning a store that sold snow globes. Well, author Christine Husom not only pulled it off, but this installment is the best yet. What a quaint and enjoyable town Brooks Landing is and I for one, ...

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Review of Frosty the Dead Man by Jennifer: Blog Tour and Review

Posted by christinehusom on February 11, 2017 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Thanks so much for the review, Jennifer! http://moonlightrendezvous.com/blog-tour-review-frosty-the-dead-man-by-christine-husom/

Review (4.5 Stars): Frosty the Dead Man is the third book in the Snow Globe Shop series and I have to say that this is a winner. Cami is enjoying the success of the store when Mayor Lewis Frost approaches her about taking a seat on the council. Not sure what to do, Cami visits Mayor Frost after hours to discuss things and finds his dead body with one o...

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Frosty The Dead Man

Posted by christinehusom on February 11, 2017 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (0)

I was featured on two sites with this blog, http://www.lorisreadingcorner.com/2016/12/guest-post-with-giveaway-frosty-the-dead-man-by-christine-husom.html and https://gottawritenetwork.wordpress.com/tag/frosty-the-dead-man/

Frosty the Dead Man

 

In creating Frosty The Dead Man, the first thing I came up with was the title, not my standard operating procedure. For the series proposal, I needed to come up with the synopses for three books. I already had the firs...

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Writing Book Reviews: Purpose and Tips

Posted by christinehusom on January 21, 2017 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

There are two basic purposes for writing book reviews: helping potential readers decide whether they’ll read a particular one, and letting authors know what’s good, or not, about their book. It’s an evaluation of the book from the reviewer’s perspective.

 

Book reviews should be helpful to both reader and author alike, written as objectively as possible. A good rule of thumb is to highlight what the author did well employing the basic elements of story...

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Posted on My Book, The Movie Blog

Posted by christinehusom on January 17, 2017 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (0)

 

Christine Husom's "Frosty the Dead Man"

Christine Husom is the national bestselling author of the Snow Globe Shop Mystery series, as well as the Winnebago County Mysteries, also set in central Minnesota. She served with the Wright County Sheriff’s Department and trained with the St. Paul Police Department, where she gained firsthand knowledge of law enforcement procedures.

 

Here Husom shares some ideas for casting an adaptation of the latest Snow Glo...

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What is Christine Husom reading? From Campaign for the American Reader blog

Posted by christinehusom on January 17, 2017 at 6:30 PM Comments comments (0)

I have stacks and stacks of to-be-read books on my shelves, and each one seems to cry out, “Pick me, it’s my turn,” when I’m perusing through them. I discovered Up Like Thunder by Colin T Nelson was a treat to read. I first met Colin at a Twin Cities Sisters in Crime some years ago. Besides being a wonderful storyteller, he’s also a great guy, all around.

 

Up Like Thunder follows Investigator Pete Chandler from Minneapolis to Myanmar, the former...

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