Ciao, amici! I know I usually post reviews on Tuesdays, but this week Marcia Meara was kind enough to post a review of one of my books on her site, and Joan Hall reviewed another of my stories on hers. I couldn't run this yesterday because Mae Clair shared her review of The Scout. And... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici! I hope you all had a great weekend. I ended mine preparing for a little trip. Packing, setting timers on the lights, stopping the mail... Okay, that's not true. I'm not on a literal trip. I'm on a virtual one. And I hope you join me. Know her as Judith Post, urban fantasy... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici! Happy Tuesday. I have another review for you. Not long ago, I read, thoroughly enjoyed, and reviewed Judi Lynn's cozy mystery, The Body in the Attic. You can read that post here. Today, I have the pleasure of discussing its sequel, The Body in the Wetlands. Blurb: High summer in River Bluffs, Indiana,... Continue Reading →
Last week, I helped Judi Lynn promote her upcoming cozy mystery release, The Body in the Attic. In that post, I promised to post my review soon. And that's what I've got for you today.
I'm really excited to introduce a new-to-this-blog author today and her new novel, The Body in the Attic. I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book (I'll post my review soon), and I'm so glad to have become acquainted with both the writer and her work. Please help me give a warm welcome to Judi Lynn as we talk about her latest release.
Ciao, amici! Thanks for following me around this week. Next week won't be nearly as hectic, although I still have a few posts that haven't gone live yet. Many of us are currently celebrating a three-day weekend with trips and picnics and anything we can think of to enjoy the last joys of summer. I... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici! It's day two of my Tortured Soul blog tour. And I've got two more author friends who generously agreed to host me today. First, I'l like to direct your attention to Marcia Meara's site. Marcia writes suspense and romance, which kind of fit nicely into my book/series. Because her readers probably like both genres,... Continue Reading →