Occasionally I’ll read a book and think, “I have to get that character on my couch!” Such was the case with Anne Renwick’s Olivia. I originally didn’t like the character in the first book of her Elemental Web series, The Golden Spider, but one of the things that make Anne a genius author is how … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Anne Renwick’s Lady Olivia
Greetings, all! I’m thrilled that Light Fantastique, the second book in the Aether Psychics series, is re-releasing today. As you can see, I kept the same beautiful cover, and here’s the new blurb: Everyone wears a mask. But the deadliest secrets hide in plain sight. Marie St. Jean’s supreme acting talent comes with a price: … Continue reading Light Fantastique is available again!
Today I’m thrilled to have Amanda Dewees and her heroine Sybil Ingram visiting my couch. It’s rare that when I read the first book in a series, I go straight to the second one, but I had to in this case. Sybil’s first book, Nocturne for a Widow, had the best combination of mystery and … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Sybil Ingram
If you’re wondering whether it’s a good idea to release a fiction book a week before a nonfiction book deadline, the answer is no. I was pretty much in the writer cave, and it slipped my mind to post about Aether Rising actually being out, although I managed social media okay. So, here’s the official … Continue reading Aether Rising Is Available
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
As the release date gets closer, I can’t help but be more excited because, darnit, I want to read these books, especially as I meet the characters.
I have a problem. I know too many authors, which means it’s hard for me to keep up with their books. So, apologies to Sally Kilpatrick and Susan Crawford for the delay in my reading and/or reviewing your new releases. Besides being written by authors I admire both personally and professionally, these two books have … Continue reading Random Reading – Genre-bending suspense