I know that the best thing I could do right now, from a marketing perspective, is share the pull quote BookLife helpfully provided: "Cozy mystery readers looking for wit in a lively theater milieu will adore Larkin Day."
I mean, those are the words that BookLife has already determined are most likely to sell the book, right?
But the sentence that sold me was: "The motif of theater applied to reality blends with the detective narrative and solidifies into a surprisingly profound finale."
Theater applied to reality.
A surprisingly profound finale.
It's what-it-is-ism, to borrow Larry's favorite phrase. The book I set out to write is, at least from this reviewer's perspective, the book I actually wrote.
I hope you agree. ❤️