Click Here For Free Blog Templates!!!
Blogaholic Designs

Pages

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Uncorking a Lie Book Tour + Giveaway

 

Uncorking A Lie by Nadine Nettmann

Uncorking a Lie (A Sommelier Mystery) Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series Midnight Ink (May 8, 2017) Paperback: 240 pages ISBN-13: 978-0738750620 E-Book ASIN: B01LY74FBZ

Synopsis

It was the kind of invitation Katie Stillwell had only dreamed about: a dinner party at the Sonoma mansion of famed wine collector Paul Rafferty to celebrate a rare bottle of wine. Everyone enjoys drinking the $19,000 wine, but Katie realizes it’s not the older vintage listed on the label. When she confides in Mr. Rafferty, he asks her to investigate, and she soon discovers the deception goes beyond money. As Katie falls deeper into the world of counterfeit wine, she learns everything is at stake—even her life.

Interview:


1.) What inspired you to write Uncorking A Lie?
It might seem as though I was inspired by a counterfeit bottle, but really it came from the idea of a story involving one of Katie’s restaurant customers and where her deductive wine skills sort of get her in trouble.

2.) Do you ever get writer's block?
Definitely. I find the best way to work through it is to focus on a particular scene that I’m excited about or build an extended outline. That way, I’m still moving forward and eventually the block clears.

3.) Do you have a favorite drink and snack when you write?
I drink several cups of tea while I write, always with milk but no sugar. As for snacks, I love popcorn and any leftovers that may be in the fridge.

4.) Where is your favorite place to write at?
 There’s a coffee shop in Santa Barbara where I love to write, but I don’t get there very often. However, I love my desk at home.

5.) Do you have any upcoming new projects?
I’m currently editing the third Sommelier Mystery and I’m also working on a standalone domestic suspense.




NADINE NETTMANN

About The Author

Nadine Nettmann, a Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers, is always on the lookout for great wines and the stories behind them. She has traveled to wine regions around the world including Chile, South Africa, Spain, Germany, and every region in France. When she's not visiting wine regions or dreaming up new mysteries, her travel articles have appeared in AAA Hawaii, New Mexico Journey, Modern Luxury Hawaii, and Inspirato. Nadine is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Romance Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. She lives in California with her husband.
Author Links  Website: http://nadinenettmann.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NadineNettmann Twitter: https://twitter.com/NadinesNotes Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14416658.Nadine_Nettmann

Giveaway:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Purchase Links Amazon  B&N 

Tour Participants May 8 – A Holland Reads – SPOTLIGHT May 8 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews - SPOTLIGHT May 9 – Book Babble – REVIEW May 10 – Readsalot – SPOTLIGHT May 10 – Books,Dreams,Life – INTERVIEW May 11 – Rainy Day Reviews – REVIEW May 12 – Cozy Up With Kathy – REVIEW May 13 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – INTERVIEW May 14 – OFF May 15 – Bea's Book Nook – REVIEW May 16 – Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my! – REVIEW May 16 – My Journey Back/ My Reading Journey – REVIEW, INTERVIEW May 17 – Celticlady's Reviews – SPOTLIGHT May 18 – Cassidy's Bookshelves – REVIEW May 19 – Varietats2010 – REVIEW May 20 – Jemima Pett, Author – REVIEW May 21 – Brooke Blogs – GUEST POST

Have you signed up to be a Tour Host? Click Here Find Details and Sign Up Today!

5 comments:

  1. Thank you so much! This was a fun interview!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I enjoyed the interview and am really looking forward to reading Uncorking a Lie -- it's hard to imagine a $19,000 bottle of wine! Is it based on the quality of the grapes and the harvest, or on the time it's been in the bottle?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much! Here's an interesting article on the five most expensive bottles of wine ever sold: http://newyorkwineevents.com/top-5-expensive-bottles-wine-ever-sold/

      Delete
  3. Great excerpt. $19,000 for a bottle of wine is unbelievable. Biok sounds like a great read.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much! The most expensive wine was $500,000, as listed in this article. So much money! http://newyorkwineevents.com/top-5-expensive-bottles-wine-ever-sold/

      Delete