Tuesday, July 16, 2013

BLOG TOUR: Deep Fried Trouble with Tyora Moody

About the Author
Serving up a creative mix, flavored with FAITH. And whatever you do, whether in word
or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.  — 1 Colossians 3:17 NIV

Tyora Moody is an author and entrepreneur.  Her debut novel, When Rain Falls, was released March 2012 (Urban Christian). This is the first book in the Victory Gospel series. The second book in the Victory Gospel Series, When Memories Fade, was released in April 2013 (Urban Christian).

Deep Fried Trouble, the first book in the Eugeena Patterson Mystery series will be released June 2013.

Tyora has coined her books as Soul-Searching Suspense.  She is a member of Sisters in Crime and American Christian Fiction Writers. She served as a judge for the Christy Awards for three years.

She owns and operates TywebbinCreations.com, a design and marketing company.  For over twelve years, she has worked with authors, small business owners and non-profit organizations to develop their online presence. For free tips, how-to guides and e-courses, visit DIYwithTy.com.

When Tyora isn’t working for a client or doing something literary, she enjoys spending time with family, catching a movie on the big screen, traveling and when the mood hits her, baking cookies. Visit the author online at TyoraMoody.com.

About the Book
Widowed and officially retired, EUGEENA PATTERSON throws herself into organizing the neighborhood association. This presents a great opportunity to re-connect with old friends and get to know new neighbors like recently widowed Amos Jones, that is until Eugeena stumbles upon her estranged neighbor’s dead body. Eugeena’s daughter is fingered as a prime suspect, but where is she?

Determined to find her missing daughter, Eugeena and Amos sort through a list of neighbors with shady or unknown backgrounds. The more she searches, the more Eugeena becomes unsure about this neighborhood association idea. Someone closer than Eugeena thinks, wants to keep it that way.

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Managing Diabetes Tip #2 - Plan Your Meals.

“My stomach started to flutter and it wasn’t because I craved my morning baked cheese grits. Now that recipe was worth finding. I’ve had a love affair with cheese all my life. Cheese crackers, cheese doodles, cheeseburgers... well at least my new food plan wasn’t turning out to be such a tragedy.”
 ~ Eugeena Patterson, Deep Fried Trouble
I’ve known about my diabetes for over a year now, but it doesn’t mean that I have my lifestyle of managing it under control. It takes some serious discipline to stay healthy and alive. Just in case you know someone or you have this disease yourself, I want to provide you with some tips I’ve learned over the last year.
You know what you can and cannot eat, right? Well, it is real easy to eat the wrong thing when you haven’t planned your meals properly. If you know you will be eating in a restaurant, check their menu for heart-healthy food and foods for diabetics.
Now that’s just one tip, child. You keep your eye on the Deep Fried Trouble Virtual Book Tour (July 15- 26, 2013) for more tips.
Take Care Now!
~ Ms. Eugeena

Book Giveaway! Are you ready to get into Deep Fried Trouble?
This contest is so easy! Do you want to win an autographed copy of Deep Fried Trouble? Stop by one or more of the blogs this week and leave your answer to the following questions.

You know I’m a retired social studies school teacher.  I kind of miss my students. I said kind of… Anyhow, I was curious to know, who was your favorite teacher and what subject did they teach?


  1. Yolanda,

    Thank you for featuring Deep Fried Trouble and introducing your readers to Ms. Eugeena today. Much appreciation!

  2. My favorite teacher was Miss Gaylor. She was my phys ed teacher and of course you are probably thinking..gym was an easy class so that teacher would be a favorite of a lot of people. However, I didn't do well in gym. I was too girly-girly! But Miss Gaylor taught me lessons that will stay with me forever: tolerance, patience, respect and to be myself.

  3. Thanks for sharing, Rosa! I was a bookworm growing up so PE wasn't my favorite class, but I to have fond memories of my PE teacher.