#WorthRevisit: Erin McCole-Cupp’s Murder Mystery

For today’s look back at an old favorite, I’m linking to a guest post by Erin McCole-Cupp after the publication of her murder mystery novel, Don’t You Forget About Me.


Erin and I have more in common than a shared love of great books and tomato pie:

  • we both have 3 children

  • we’re both members of Third Orders (she’s a Dominican)

  • we both love reading and writing

  • we both have endometriosis.

Erin found inspiration for a novel in this “silent” disease. Here’s her story.

Erin’s novel is on sale for 99 cents through Friday, so if you haven’t read it yet, now’s your chance to get a bargain on a great beach read! Mixing up Italian food, ’80s music, medicine and murder, this mystery novel had me hooked with its suburban-Philly locale and ’80s pop hits used as chapter titles. The characters seemed real, and the medical angle kept me interested.

When you purchase Don’t You Forget About Me through my Amazon affiliate link, you help keep me in Kindle novels help me with my website expenses–at no extra cost to you!

Link up at #WorthRevisit, hosted by Reconciled to You and Theology is a Verb!

3 thoughts on “#WorthRevisit: Erin McCole-Cupp’s Murder Mystery

  1. I just finished reading “Don’t you Forget About Me,” and can hardly wait for the sequel (there WILL be a sequel, right?!) Oh, I do hope Erin writes fast…

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