Hey everyone! I'm delighted to welcome back friend and fellow author Harmony Kent. Her newest non-fiction book, Creative Solutions for the Modern Writer, releases tomorrow. From what I've seen, this book can benefit both new and seasoned writers. Harmony, take it away. Hello everyone. Harmony here. I’m excited to share my latest non-fiction book with... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone! It's my pleasure to have a brand new guest on my blog today all the way from Italy. Irene Aprile and I "met" a few years ago through an online course. We soon learned we both love writing fiction. Irene has just released her first novel, Secrets of a Handbag, and she's hear... Continue Reading →
Hey y'all. Today in place of WIP Wednesday, I'm excited to host friend and fellow author, Harmony Kent. She has a brand new soon to be released book and is here to talk about it today. Guarantee this one will keep you on the edge of your seat. Harmony, take it away! Hi, everyone. Harmony... Continue Reading →
Hey, y'all. I'm over the moon excited to be a part of friend and fellow author Mae Clair's upcoming release, Eventide. I've read and enjoyed the first two books of her Hode's Hill Series and can't wait for this one to release. So, without further ado, here is Eventide. Release Date: December 31, 2019 Genre:... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone. Staci Troilo is a frequent visitor to my site. She has a brand-new release, written under a new pen name, D. L. Cross. In The Gate, she delves into the world of Sci-Fi. Please welcome back, Staci, aka D. L. Thanks for inviting me here today. I’m excited to share an excerpt from... Continue Reading →
Friend and fellow author Staci Troilo has a new book (and a new pen name) coming soon. Look for The Gate by D. L. Cross coming next month!
Ciao, amici! Life’s been busy, and it just got CRAZY. My publisher moved the release date of my new book from October to May 7. May 7! That’s less than a month away! I’ve got so much pre-release work to do. Starting with a cover release. So… ta-da!
It’s it stunning? I’m so excited about it.
Let me back up a step. First, you’ll notice it does NOT say “Staci Troilo” on the cover. We’ve talked about this before, here and there or in passing. I’m writing under a pen name (D. L. Cross) for this series. We can talk more about that later, though.
Second, you’ll note an alien ship on the cover. Aliens, as in sci-fi. It’s not a genre people associate with the name Staci Troilo, which is one of the reasons I’m writing under a pen name. If you’re interested in science fiction and aliens, this…
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Hello Readers! I'm super excited today to be hosting author Julie Holmes. Her debut novel, Murder in Plane Sight, was released last week. You probably know I love mysteries and I'm enjoying this one. But now, let's hear more from Julie. Thank you so much, Joan, for hosting me on my first book release tour!... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone! I'm delighted to have back friend and fellow writing C. S. Boyack today. He has a brand new release, Laternfish and is here to talk about it. Take it away, Craig! Thanks for inviting me back, Joan. I'm here promoting my newest book, Voyage of the Lanternfish. Lanternfish is a pirate fantasy. It... Continue Reading →
Friend and fellow author Mae Clair has a brand new release! I promise you’ll love this one.
Today is the book birthday for End of Day, book 2 of my Hode’s Hill trilogy. If you enjoyed book 1, Cusp of Night, you’ll find this one in the same vein. Once again, I’m visiting the small Pennsylvania town of Hode’s Hill, but with a plot whose tentacles reach back to the town’s founding. As in Cusp of Night, I’ve spun two mysteries—one in the the past (taking place in the year 1799) and one in the present. You get two separate mysteries that tie together at the end.
The past is never truly buried…
Generations of Jillian Cley’s family have been tasked with a strange duty—tending the burial plot of Gabriel Vane, whose body was the first to be interred in the Hode’s Hill cemetery. Jillian faithfully continues the long-standing tradition—until one October night, Vane’s body is stolen from its resting place. Is…
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