Lacewood is the first novel I’ve read by author Jessica James. I kept seeing posts about the book earlier in the summer through my Triberr feed and decided to check it out. I admit the author’s name drew me in as I have a family member with the same name, but she doesn’t write books!... Continue Reading →
Hello, Readers. Fellow author Harmony Kent is here today talking about her latest book, Backstage which releases later this month. Please welcome Harmony to my blog. Hello, everyone. Harmony here. First up, huge thanks to Joan for hosting me today! She’s letting me visit today so that I can tell you about my latest book,... Continue Reading →
Happy Monday! I'm excited to welcome back friend and fellow author Staci Troilo talking about her latest novella, Gamble. This is the second book in her Nightforce Security Series and released last Friday. She's been a busy lady so far this year! Staci, it's always a pleasure to host you. Take it away... Hi, everybody.... Continue Reading →
Valentine’s Day is this week. What better time to stock up on a new romance book? Check out my friend Staci Troilo’s post and suggestions.
Ciao, friends. In honor of Valentine’s Day, I want to throw my hat in the proverbial romance ring (I’ve heard somewhere that love is a battlefield) and remind everyone about my selection of titles fit for this time of year.
Here are brief descriptions of my work:
- Like alchemy, prophecy, and deep family roots? Try the Medici Protectorate Series.
- An offshoot of the above series, but no supernatural powers. These guys are former military, current private security, and all alpha male. The Nightforce Security Series.
- Paranormal Romance more your thing? Interested in gargoyles, angels, and the fallen? Try the standalone novel Love Set in Stone.
- Maybe you just like contemporary romance without a mystery. Then When We Finally Kiss Goodnight is the novella for you.
- And if you like sweet romance without the spicy scenes, try the novella Laci and…
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Hello everyone, it's my pleasure to host friend and fellow author Staci Trolio today. She had a brand new release and is here to tell you all about it. Staci, take it away! Thanks for inviting me here today, Joan. I appreciate having a chance to talk to your readers about my new novel. Hi,... Continue Reading →
This is a follow-up to my flash-fiction piece from last week. Another one written in first person. Not sure if I'm going anywhere with this story, but time will tell. I glanced at the man sitting beside me in my car. He was here. Now. And she wasn’t with him. Why had he come? I... Continue Reading →
I haven't posted any short or flash fiction stories since I gave up First Friday Fiction over a year ago. However, a friend recently encouraged me to try the daily WordPress prompts. Not only does this post deviate from my usual genre of suspense, it's also written in first person rather than third person. I... Continue Reading →