Welcome to our Waiting on Wednesday event, hosted by Jill, at Breaking the Spine.

Today I’m showcasing a book to be released on June 28, entitled Tassy Morgan’s Bluff, by Jim Stinson.

A wonderfully funny and warm introduction to the quirky inhabitants of a small town located on the breathtakingly scenic northern tip of California.

San Andreas, California. It may be a quaint town, but its residents have high hopes for its future as a tourist destination. There’s Bill the Fixer, the handyman who sidelines in chain-saw sculpted redwood totem poles; real estate agent Margaret Nam, who plans to make a mint rehabbing beach shacks; and Jimi, the well-to-do hairstylist whose chair is the epicenter of town gossip. Amid their town’s growing pains, widower Lincoln Ellis and Tassy Morgan, a recently divorced painter, meet and-much to their surprise-sparks begin to fly.

I’ve never read anything by this author, but the plot sounds quirky, fun, and colorful.  Love that cover, too.

What about you?  What have you discovered?  Hope you’ll pop in here and share….


  1. Brie, in this book about second-chance love, Tassy Morgan would be delighted to be considered still a chick.

    Liz, the actual, published version of the cover will show a few suspicious rocks falling out of the middle of that bluff. Can she save the house?

    As for the California redwood coast, oh, how I hated to leave it (no it was neither a bank robbery nor a paternity suit) and this is my love letter to it.


    • What a delight to have the author stop by…speaking as a fan of the California redwoods, I’m looking forward to this book, Jim. Glad to hear that nothing nefarious led to your departure from the scene! LOL


  2. This sounds very fun indeed and the characters seem quite interesting. I always like to branch out of my comfort zone and try different books so I think I’ll have to check this one out.


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