From author S.R. Mallery, a lovely offer to honor those who are laboring to keep our country safer. Read my review of Sewing Can Be Dangerous, by clicking here.

In honor of all the wonderful seamstresses, seamsters, and tailors sewing masks for the world, I am putting my Sewing Can Be Dangerous up for #FREE on April 17 to April 21. Click here to download your copy. 

Sewing Can Be Dangerous is the winner of the Reader’s Favorite Gold Medal.

History, Mystery, Action and Romance All Rolled Into One, Amazing Collection

These eleven short stories range from drug traffickers using hand-woven wallets to a U.S. slave sewing freedom codes into her quilts.


From a cruise ship murder mystery with a quilt instructor and a NYPD police detective to a couple hiding Christian passports into a comforter in Nazi Germany.


From an old Salem Witchcraft wedding quilt curse to a young seamstress in the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.


From a 1980s Romeo and Juliet romance between a Wall Street financial “star” and an eclectic fiber artist to a Haight-Ashbury love affair between a professor and a macramé artist gone horribly wrong.



A USA TODAY bestselling author and two-time READERS’ FAVORITE GOLD MEDAL winner, S. R. Mallery–as her fans say–“brings history to life.”

From S.R.: “They say I’m as eclectic as my characters. I’ve been a singer, a composer, a calligrapher, a quilt artist, and an ESL/Reading teacher. But it is the world of writing historical fiction where I feel I’ve come “home.” It’s where I’ve received various awards and in addition, get to do my second love: Research.

When people talk about the news of the day, or when I listen to music, my overactive imagination likens the story to a similar kind of news in the past, which helps me conjure up scenes between characters I’ve yet to meet.”

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