Hi Readers. Some of you have been around for a while and know that I've hosted author Mae Clair. Mae is one of those writers that I always look forward to her new releases because I know I'm going to enjoy the book. Her latest release, End of Day, didn't disappoint me. Blurb: The past... Continue Reading →
To say that my New Year’s post is a little late would be an understatement. It’s already February, and I’ve yet to write a blog post this year (aside from having a guest, C. S. Boyack and a reblog of Mae Clair’s post about her latest release). I started a draft, or at least I... 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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I can't remember the exact occasion when I heard the Beatles on the radio. It was probably sometime in early 1964. My older brother was a big music fan and therefore, I was introduced to several singers and groups from that era. I was a big fan of the Four Seasons - until The... Continue Reading →
I promised myself I wouldn't write about the weather this week since my last two Friday posts talked about my favorite season. It's been a busy week, and I found time almost got away from me. TGIF, but where did the week go? The Steve Miller Band released a song back in the 70s which... Continue Reading →
Fall-like weather finally arrived this week and it was more than welcomed! As you can see the temp when I arrived at work yesterday morning was a comfortable 54 degrees. Made for a great start to a beautiful day. Listening to Bob Seger also helped. 🙂 This has been a busy week and once again,... Continue Reading →
October. That special time of year. Fall festivals. Full moons. Brilliant colors and bright blue skies. Cool, crispy nights. Bonfires. Hayrides. Shall I say more? I couldn't resist sharing a quote by L. M. Montgomery from Anne of Green Gables. I have to agree with her, I love October. This week is also one to... Continue Reading →
Hello, Readers. I don't have a Friday link post this week, and some of you may have noticed I didn't have one last Friday. I plan to get back to that but in the meantime, wanted to share the reason. Forgive me, if I seem to go about it in a round-about way, but I... Continue Reading →