August 2014: Amazon Top 100 and Barnes & Noble Nook Top Ten!


August 19, 2014: Tuesdays Are to Die For

Author Elizabeth Buhmann will discuss Lay Death at Her Door at the August meeting of the book club at the Sunset Valley Barnes & Noble.

June 28, 2014: Writer’s League of Texas Agents and Editors Conference

Elizabeth Buhmann will moderate a panel on “Thrillers and Mysteries: Distinguishing Yourself on a Crowded Shelf” with Michelle Richter, Michael Signorelli, David Hale Smith, and Lee Thomas at 11:15. 2014 Conference Program

June 21, 2014: Writer’s Workshop

Author Elizabeth Buhmann will talk about getting “From Writer to Author: Steps and Options for Getting Published,” at the Pflugerville Public Library on Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 2:00-3:00 PM. 1008 W. Pfluger St., Pflugerville, TX 78660. The program is free, and anyone 18 and up is welcome.


March 2, 2014: Readers Choice Nominee!

Nominated by Big Al’s Books & Pals! Vote through March 12, 2014.

November 30: Best Seller!

Over the Thanksgiving weekend Lay Death broke into the top 100 Amazon Best Sellers and Barnes and Noble’s top 20.

Nook Mystery best sellers

Barnes & Noble Mystery Best Sellers Nov 30, 2013

November 4: Pflugerville Local Author Spotlight

Pflugerville event

Pflugerville local author spotlight Nov 4, 2013

From the Austin American Statesman: Pflugerville library kicks off National Novel Writing Month

September 14: Guest Post on Bags, Books & Bon Jovi

Why do we love murder? A friend of mine once asked me how I could consider books about murder entertainment. As if murder were fun…read more

August 9: Interview with Amy Metz on A Blue Million Books

July 29: Guest post and spotlight on Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories

A Case of Old Murder…They say you should write the kind of book you like to read, and I love a mystery built around a very old murder…read more

July 31: Spotlight on Tales of a Book Addict

August 3: Guest post on JC Martin, Fighter Writer

An Old Murder Comes Unsolved…Lay Death at Her Door is about an old murder that comes unsolved when the man who was convicted of it is exonerated. The fictional case is similar to a number of real cases that have made headlines all across the US in recent years…read more

Interview with Susan Finlay on Susan Finlay Writes

Interview with Harvey Chute on KBoards

Guest post on Big Al’s Books & Pals

Guest post: A Knife and a Quill

Lay Death in the Virginia Shop

June 19 Book Talk at the Virginia Shop of the Library of Virginia in Richmond

Interview on Colorimetry

Interview with Jim Junot on The Junot Files:

Interview on Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews

Guest post on Cresta McGowan

Guest post on Paige Bradish’s Comfort Books

Interview on The Indie View

Guest post on My Book and My Coffee

Guest post on To Read or not to Read

Guest Post on Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf

Guest post on Workaday Reads

Interview on MaryAnn Miller’s It’s Not All Gravy

Interview on Omnimystery News