I love a good mystery. Cozy, noir, amateur detective, police procedural, whatever the form, I’ll enjoy it as long as it’s well written, tells a good story, has interesting characters, and plays fair with the reader. A good villain is a cherry on top of the sundae. But even though
When a Sun God makes a prophecy, it’s best to heed the warning...
Katherine stands on the edge of ruin. With Ragnarok in full swing and her friends off finding thier own lives she can’t find a purpose in her existence. When Baldir, their missing Sun God, kidnaps Katherine and entreats
Rip Cord: The Reunion
Please note: Rip Cord: The Reunion is the first novella in the Rip Cord trilogy. Book 2, Rip Cord: The Weekend is combined with The Reunion. Book 3., Rip Cord: The Ever After will be released on 11/15
Gil Davis hated high school. Ever the geek, he has
Tina, thank you for having me. This is my favorite time of the year for many reasons including that Halloween is my favorite holiday and every October I host my Mask Giveaway everywhere I can, including here. Yes, at the end of this post will be the chance to win
This week, we've had some amazing posts here on Celebrate with a Book.
On social media, we shared about a grand October Book Fair happening through genrecave: http://www.beccahamiltonbooks.com/october-book-fair/
Like Cowboys, then check out the recent post from Nicole Morgan: Nicole Morgan: Cowboys with a Modern Twist
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Thanks so much for having me here today at Celebrate with a Book! I’m Nicole Morgan and I’m excited to be here talking about my latest release which is part of the Roping the Cowboy – 9 Romances on the Range boxed set.
When I sat down to write Cowboys Only,
Fighting Evil is the third Soul Catcher novel. I wrote the first four books back in 2009-2010. I knew exactly what I wanted to accomplish in Fighting Evil when I started writing it. (1) My protagonist had to endure more struggles. Why? Because I love to torture my characters. It's
I always wished I had had a twin. Someone like me, but different. Someone who would know me better than anyone else, and who'd always be there for me. I knew what my twin relationship would have looked like because my mom was a twin and I had grown up
My novel Thin Luck started as a confluence of three things: my first mystery conference, Bouchercon in Albany, NY, my first attempt at National Novel Writing Month, and reading Stephen King’s On Writing. At Bouchercon, I attended a ton of panels and talks. My head was buzzing during the three-day
I write paranormal/fantasy romance novels with African and African American characters as the heroine and hero. For some, such relationships are considered diverse or multicultural pairings. Such thinking is often the result of viewing romantic pairings between white or European characters as the norm. It is true that most romance