Book Review: Genuine Deceit

Happy first Tuesday of December! Another year is almost on the books. Can you believe it? I'm happy to say that I exceeded my Good Reads challenge for the year. More about that later this month, but today I want to share a review of another new to me author. I love it when a... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Saddled Hearts

Hey, everyone. Jan Sikes is a friend and a fellow contributor at Story Empire. Like me, she lives in the Lone Star State, which is the setting of her White Rune series. I've enjoyed all three books, but in my opinion, she saved the best for last. Jan will be a guest this Thursday, but... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Secrets of the Ravine

Hey, readers. Hope you're having a lovely week and enjoying October (my favorite month of the year). As a reader, sometimes you're in the minority. Such is the case for me with Secrets of the Ravine, a title I picked up through Kindle Unlimited. There are not many reviews but all are four and five... Continue Reading →

Some Velvet Morning #WIP Wednesday

Hey, readers. I haven't written a WIP Wednesday post in a while, mainly because there was little to share. This week, I'm happy to report I've made progress. Twelve of the thirteen short stories for my upcoming collection are written. All would have been done, but I didn't like how I'd done the thirteenth story,... Continue Reading →

August Book Reviews

Hey, readers. During the month of August, I read several books. Since I've been on a blog break, I'm playing catch-up with the reviews. The Storm Girl ★★★★★ I enjoy dual timeline books and The Storm Girl didn’t disappoint. The story alternates between two main characters—Esther in the 1700s, and Millie in present day. After... Continue Reading →

This Week at Story Empire

Hey, Readers. Happy September. I'm back from my blogging break and already into the second day of retirement. More about that next week, but today is the first of something new. Most of you know I'm a contributor at Story Empire. Along with fellow authors, Mae Clair, Staci Troilo, C. S. Boyack, Harmony Kent, Gwen... Continue Reading →

Book Reviews ~ Northwest Angle and Trickster’s Point

Happy last Tuesday of July! It's been a busy reading month for me, so today I'm posting two reviews, both in the Cork O'Connor series. https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B004G8QTQQ&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_VHN2XHT6BEHX4V7PXTAC ★★★★ My Review Cork O’Connor wanted to bring his family together, so he decided to rent a houseboat in the Northwest Angle of Minnesota. Everyone is there—Jenny, Anne, Stephen—even... Continue Reading →

Book Review ~ Trails of Deception

Rich Curtin is an author I discovered last year when I purchased a copy of his book, Coyote's Regret. It stayed on my Kindle until earlier this year. I didn't realize it was the eighth of a series, but it worked as a stand-alone novel. After reading the story, I enjoyed it enough to read... Continue Reading →

Book Review ~ Vermillion Drift

Hey, readers. One of the things I like about William Kent Krueger's books is the vivid descriptions he uses throughout the stories. He paints pictures with his words, sometimes in the titles. While I knew vermillion is a shade of red-orange, I didn't get the significance of the word "drift" until I began reading. This... Continue Reading →

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