The past few weeks, I've concentrated more on writing so my reading time has been limited. I requested an advanced reader copy of You Can Run from Net Galley after reading a friend's review. I'm thrilled to have been approved for it. The book releases on January 25, 2022 Blurb Laurel Snow wouldn’t call hunting … Continue reading Book Review: You Can Run
Hey, everyone! I didn’t have a post for today, so it’s the perfect time to reblog this post from my friend, Mae Clair. For those of you who haven’t read her Hodes Hill Series, now is the perfect time to grab your copies. They’re all on sale this month! Why not take advantage and purchase your copies?
Hi, friends. I’ve been away since last Friday afternoon for an extended weekend at the beach. The weather was awesome and it turned out to be one of the best vacays DH and I have had. I got some great pictures and hope to share later in the week.
In the meantime, I have exciting news—my publisher is shining the spotlight on my Hode’s Hill series throughout the month of February. Both End of Day and Eventide will be priced at .99c for the month, and Cusp of Night—book one—will be free from the 20th through the 25th. If you’ve been on the fence about reading any of these, now is the perfect time to gobble them up. With Cusp free, later this month, it means you can grab all three books for a total of $1.98. Please help me spread the word!
These books cross…
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Hey everyone. No Thursday Thoughts this week. Today, I'm at Teri Polin's blog for her month-long event, Bad Moon Rising. I talk about my last release, Unclear Purposes, and a few more things like old cemeteries, zombies, and such. I hope you'll visit me on Teri’s site. And while you're there check out the posts … Continue reading Bad Moon Rising
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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Hello everyone! I'm excited to have friend and fellow author Mae Clair here today with the cover reveal for her upcoming release, Cusp of Night. This is the first book in her new Hodes Hill series. I, for one, can't wait to read the book! And now, without further ado, Mae will tell you all … Continue reading Cover Reveal – Cusp of Night by Mae Clair