Character on the Couch: Eva Gordon’s Bayla

Occasionally on Facebook I’ll put together a call to author groups I belong to for newsletter shares. If you’re part of my newsletter, you’ll likely recognize this character from a January feature. This was the book I had to grab for myself, and my review is below. I admire authors who tackle tricky issues in their … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Eva Gordon’s Bayla

Character on the Couch: David B. Coe’s Melyor i Lakin

It’s a special Saturday edition of Characters on the Couch! Why? Because as I mentioned in my last blog post, I’ve been buried under book release and nonfiction deadline stuff, and I let all kinds of balls drop in the past two months. All I can say is I’m really sorry, but trust me, this … Continue reading Character on the Couch: David B. Coe’s Melyor i Lakin

Characters on the Couch: SherrieLea Morgan’s Marcus

This week I’m excited to welcome fellow author SherrieLea Morgan back to the couch with a character from her new release GhostDrums. Sherrie and I are in the box set A Wicked Halloween (still free in KU) together, and I also enjoyed her novella A Timed Wager. Marine Veteran Marcus Lincoln returns home after almost being … Continue reading Characters on the Couch: SherrieLea Morgan’s Marcus

Character on the Couch: Charlie Daye’s Raina

For those of you who have been waiting to preorder A Wicked Halloween because you don’t want to have to wait too long between purchasing and receiving, this is your chance! It will drop on to your pumpkindle or other reading device next Tuesday. Yes, it’s less than a week away! This week I’m hosting … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Charlie Daye’s Raina

Character on the Couch: Sherrie Lea Morgan’s Meghan Nightshade

Just three weeks til A Wicked Halloween releases! Meet Meghan Nightshade, a solitary witch with parent issues.

Just three weeks til A Wicked Halloween releases! Meet Meghan Nightshade, a solitary witch with parent issues.

Character on the Couch: Beth Dolgner’s Carter

I had a lovely time at Anachrocon a couple of weekends ago with fellow authors including Beth Dolgner, who, I found, lives quite close to me. She was kind enough to send her gentleman ghost hunter Carter over for a chat. Ghost of a Threat  Book 1 of the Betty Boo, Ghost Hunter Series Normal … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Beth Dolgner’s Carter

Characters on the Couch: Jacci DeVera’s Calla

Today I’m happy to introduce Jacci DeVera and her character Calla McAmis, a mountain lion shifter. The interview reminded me of when I lived in Arkansas for a year, and the wildlife service swore that there were no mountain lions in the state but said there was a $30,000 fine if you killed one. Because … Continue reading Characters on the Couch: Jacci DeVera’s Calla

Character on the Couch: Luke from Red Jameson’s With These Wings

Some characters walk right into my head and take over. This is the first time one walked into a couch session and did. So, without further ado, meet Luke. I think you’ll like him.   Hi, Cecilia! I’m Luke Anderson. Actually, that’s Dr. Luke Anderson. I’m a trauma surgeon who’s been in the army for … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Luke from Red Jameson’s With These Wings

Characters on the Couch: Viola Carr’s Lizzie and Eliza

It’s often said that we authors have voices in our heads. Viola Carr has voices with their own voices. She’s currently in the midst of the very clever Electric Empire steampunk series. The second, The Devious Dr. Jekyll, came out Tuesday.   THE DIABOLICAL MISS HYDE Magic, mystery, and romance mix in this edgy steampunk … Continue reading Characters on the Couch: Viola Carr’s Lizzie and Eliza

Character on the Couch: Jillian Neal’s Brock and Hope

Today I’m delighted to have Jillian Neal and her characters from her newly released novel Gypsy Hope to the couch. We authors typically try to use our powers for good, but Jillian is taking it a step further. For every copy of Gypsy Hope sold, Jillian is donating $1 to the ProLiteracy organization to help … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Jillian Neal’s Brock and Hope