It’s Release Day!

Hey, Readers. Happy Friday the 13th. I hope you're not superstitious (I'm not) because today is the release date for my short story collection Menagerie. If you don't already know, it's a collection of thirteen multi-genre stories. I'm kicking off a thirteen-stop book tour beginning next Tuesday, January 17, and continuing through February 28. In... Continue Reading →

Coming Home #WIPWednesday

Hey, everyone. Autumn is in full swing, and it’s my favorite time of the year. Of all the seasons, I think this one is the one that seems to bring about the most change—the cooler temperatures, changing leaves, and migrating birds. While we haven’t yet had “frost on the pumpkin” in Texas, it’s only a... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Lighthouse

I’ve always been fascinated with lighthouses, so the title and cover of this book drew me in. After reading the blurb, it sounded like a good read, so I obtained an ARC. Blurb Amy Tucker is struggling to put her life back together following the death of her mother. The loss has left the eighteen-year-old... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Finding Riley

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Rescuing Finley the first book of Dan Walsh's Forever Home series. After reading Mae Clair's reviews of books three and four of that series, I decided to purchase and read the second one. Blurb An unexpected surprise brings the Mitchell family of Savannah a chance to experience the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Rescuing Finley

I've read and enjoyed several of Dan Walsh's books over the years. I purchased Rescuing Finley a few years ago where it sat in my never shrinking TBR pile. I moved it to the top earlier this year and like Dan's other books, it didn't disappoint. Blurb Amy Wallace has made plenty of mistakes in... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Vanished Boy

Hey, everyone. I've made it a point to read more books this year. (Trying to whittle down that TBR list, but it continues to grow.) I have several reviews to post, and since I already had one scheduled for this week, I didn't want to wait to share this one. My only problem with The... Continue Reading →

Do You Remember When ~ Mae Clair

The Story Empire Roadshow is rolling right along. My guest today is Mae Clair, author of mystery and suspense novels (with a touch of myth and romance thrown in). I know you'll be delighted to meet Mae and hear about her book, Eclipse Lake. Do You Remember When… Hi, friends! I’m delighted to be visiting... Continue Reading →

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