Cover Reveal — From Beer to Eternity

Donnadurnell is the winner of the ARC of Sell Low, Sweet Harriet. Look for an email from me!

Sherry, here and I’m so excited to show you the cover of From Beer to Eternity. It’s the first in my new Chloe Jackson, Sea Glass Saloon mystery series! I’m celebrating with a giveaway too! From Beer to Eternity releases on July 28, 2020.

Here’s a bit about the book:

A whip smart librarian’s fresh start comes with a tart twist in this perfect cocktail of murder and mystery—with a romance chaser.

With Chicago winters in the rearview mirror, Chloe Jackson is making good on a promise: help her late friend’s grandmother run the Sea Glass Saloon in the Florida Panhandle. To Chloe’s surprise, feisty Vivi Slidell isn’t the frail retiree Chloe expects. Nor is Emerald Cove. It’s less a sleepy fishing village than a panhandle hotspot overrun with land developers and tourists. But it’s a Sea Glass regular who’s mysteriously crossed the cranky Vivi. When their bitter argument comes to a head and he’s found dead behind the bar, guess who’s the number one suspect?

In trying to clear Vivi’s name, Chloe discovers the old woman isn’t the only one in Emerald Cove with secrets. Under the laid-back attitude, sparkling white beaches, and small town ways something terrible is brewing. And the sure way a killer can keep those secrets bottled up is to finish off one murder with a double shot: aimed at Chloe and Vivi.

From Beer to Eternity is available for preorder. To celebrate I’m giving away an ARC of Sell Low, Sweet Harriet which is out on December 31. I’ll pick a winner on Sunday, November 10.

Readers: Do you have a favorite beach?


149 Thoughts

  1. I love the beaches in the Fort Walton/Destin Florida area. The white beaches are beautiful and the water is so much clearer than the beaches along the Texas coast. I can’t wait for the new series! The cover is beautiful, and I love the name of the bar.

  2. I love your Garage Sale series so I’m looking forward to this one also. I don’t have a “favorite” beach but I do like those in St. Petersburg, FL along the Gulf.

  3. I don’t have one favorite, but love beaches in general. Love this cover!! Looks like a fun series.

  4. I am not going to lie, I do not like the beach. I love reading about it. Maybe I would like some up north, Maine area or somewhere. I am just not a fan of water except in a babbling stream meandering through the mountains, past a wood cabin in the woods, lol. Congrats on the new release coming up. I know it will be amazing!! Thanks for the chance to win.

  5. Love the cover and the title, Sherry!
    Schoolhouse Beach on Washington Island in Door County is amazing! It is all smooth rocks and very clear water.

  6. I’d have to say Ormond Beach…. that’s the only beach I’ve ever been to! Renee

  7. I love the beaches on the West Coast, Redondo, Hermosa, Malibu etc. Looking forward to this new series!

  8. A beach in Puerto Vallarta that we got to by Pirate Ship and were waited on for drinks and food while the kids splashed and played! What could be bad about that?

  9. No but I love Michigan’s great lakes! This sounds great. Thanks for the chance.

  10. South Padre Island, Texas where I grew up. There are better ones on Destin and some man made ones in the Keys that Ilke, but I have to be true to my Texas roots. I love these books.

  11. it’s been so long since I’ve been to the beach. Really enjoyed Ft Hancock Beach in NJ growing up.

  12. My favorite is Mrytle Beach. I catch some rays while reading and afterwards I walk the boardwalk for food and shopping 🙂

  13. My favorite is St. Simon’s Island, GA. Laid back small town, friendly people, great seafood, charming! (And presently there is a large container ship with a cargo of cars overturned off shore and in the process of being salvaged.)

  14. So here’s the conundrum: I love the water but I don’t like sand, so it makes enjoying the beach difficult! I also love your books and this new series sounds like a winner!

  15. I LOVE the cover! My favorite beach spot has always been Fire Island. I haven’t been there in many years, but went there as a child and loved it. From the dunes to the boardwalks – and no cars.

  16. There was a small beach near Half Moon Bay, CA that we went to when I was a kid, not many people were ever there, not a touristy type of beach, but lots of cool boulders and tidal pools to explore – your book sounds awesome, sure would love to win, thanks for the chance

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