Guest Author @MaeClair1 #NewRelease

Hey, everyone. I'm delighted to welcome Mae Clair to my site today. Mae is not only a talented author but a good friend. She's also a contributor at Story Empire. Mae is on my auto-buy list, so you can bet I'm over the moon excited about her latest release. Please give her a warm welcome. … Continue reading Guest Author @MaeClair1 #NewRelease

Heads up, Writers! The Conflict Thesaurus Is Here

It's always fun when there's good news to share, and today is one of those days. You may know Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi, the authors of The Emotion Thesaurus. I'm a big believer in the helpfulness of their books, so I joined their Street Team for The Conflict Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Obstacles, … Continue reading Heads up, Writers! The Conflict Thesaurus Is Here

Book Review: Greenwich Park

It's Tuesday, so that means it's time for another book review. I read this back in July and had originally scheduled this post for early next year since the book releases on January 4, 2022. However, I decided to go ahead and post my review. Blurb Helen’s idyllic life—handsome architect husband, gorgeous Victorian house, and … Continue reading Book Review: Greenwich Park

On The Road With Teri Polen #BadMoonRising

Hey everyone. I'm on the road today, visiting with Teri Polen for her month-long Bad Moon Rising series. If you don't follow her blog or this series, I highly recommend it. Bad Moon Rising happens every October. Teri puts a lot of work into this event. I, for one, am grateful for her support of … Continue reading On The Road With Teri Polen #BadMoonRising

Book Review: Reckless Girls

Several years ago, I read Vincent Bugliosi’s And The Sea Will Tell, the true story about two couples who sailed to a deserted island in the Pacific. Only one couple came back alive. I was reminded of that book when a friend recommended Reckless Girls. After reading her review, I immediately snatched up an ARC. … Continue reading Book Review: Reckless Girls

The Haunted Queen Mary #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone. October is the time to talk about ghosts and hauntings, right? This month’s Mystery Monday is about the retired British ocean liner, RMS Queen Mary. The Queen Mary in New York City (Public Domain) The ship first sailed on May 27, 1936, as part of the Cunard-White Star Line. During World War II, … Continue reading The Haunted Queen Mary #MysteryMonday

Book Review: The Weekend Escape

As you probably know, I love a good thriller. When I read the blurb for The Weekend Escape, I was intrigued. Thanks to Net Galley, I was fortunate enough to pick up an advanced reader copy. The book releases on October 8, but it is available now for preorder at a bargain price of .99. … Continue reading Book Review: The Weekend Escape

Book Review: The Wrong Side

I discovered author Robert Bailey last year and after reading the first of his Bocephus Haynes series, I was eager for the second book. It did not disappoint. Blurb A battle-worn lawyer fights for a young man’s life in this criminally enthralling legal thriller. Teen pop star Brittany Crutcher is found dead in small-town Tennessee. … Continue reading Book Review: The Wrong Side