New Release: The CONTRACT Between Heaven and Earth by John W. Howell and Gwen M. Plano

I don't think the joys of networking can be stressed enough. Too often authors seek and receive advice on writing, editing, publishing, and promotion, but networking gets overlooked in the commotion. And that's a shame because it's such a beautiful thing. It lets us build bridges, forge friendships, and share fabulous content with our readers … Continue reading New Release: The CONTRACT Between Heaven and Earth by John W. Howell and Gwen M. Plano

Nightforce Security Guys on Lisa Burton Radio: Character Interview

You've been extraordinarily kind, visiting the different sites who have hosted me for my book release. We're winding down the tour, but I've got a special treat first. We're stepping back from the novella and focusing on the series today. My good friend, author C. S. Boyack, has a robot assistant who hosts her own … Continue reading Nightforce Security Guys on Lisa Burton Radio: Character Interview

Cover Reveal of The Gemini Connection by Teri Polen

So happy to share a cover reveal for The Gemini Connection by Teri Polen. Teri's first book, Sarah, was a fabulous horror story, and I wish her nothing but success with her second novel. Let's give her a lot of support and a warm welcome. The Gemini Connection by Teri Polen Paperback Release Date: May … Continue reading Cover Reveal of The Gemini Connection by Teri Polen

New Novella GAMBLE Making the Rounds

Sorry to double post today. I try never to do that, but sometimes it just can't be helped. Today is one of those days. I've got some really great and supportive friends. Several of them are helping me promote my new release, Gamble. A few of the posts have already gone live, and more will … Continue reading New Novella GAMBLE Making the Rounds

Let me introduce my new romance/thriller novella: GAMBLE

Ciao! Here were are, two Fridays in a row where I need to push my regular post to Saturday. (Starting to wonder if I should just do that every week. Thoughts?) Today, instead of industry links and an inspirational quote, I want to talk about Gamble, my new novella in the Nightforce Security Series. If you're … Continue reading Let me introduce my new romance/thriller novella: GAMBLE

Blurb and Cover Reveal for Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

Friend and fellow author Mae Clair is introducing the world to the first novel in her new series today (releasing in June). She's asked for some help spreading the word, and I happily volunteered. Here's your first look at the cover and blurb for Cusp of Night. Cusp of Night by Mae Clair Book One … Continue reading Blurb and Cover Reveal for Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

An Exclusive Excerpt from PASSWORD

My blog tour for Password is winding down. There's only one post left (if I've planned correctly). Until that goes live, I thought I'd post an excerpt of the novel here. Finally, he came out. When he saw her staring at him, he turned off the light. She could still make him out in the dim … Continue reading An Exclusive Excerpt from PASSWORD

Coming Soon: Password

Well, well, well. Look who finally has a couple of ducks in a row and is offering a pre-order on a book. You won't believe it, but it's me! Next time I'll try to have even more of a lead-in, but this time I'm working with a few days. Anyway, drumroll, please... Ta-da! Password is … Continue reading Coming Soon: Password

Book Review: Sue Coletta’s BLESSED MAYHEM

A chance encounter …a deadly predicament …a lethal decision. The infamous Mr. Mayhem is not your average serial killer. Reminiscent of the beloved Hannibal Lecter, minus his thirst for flesh—because eating humans is just plain rude—Mr. Mayhem storms on the scene with style, grace, elegance, and a zest for life unlike any other. Impeccable manners … Continue reading Book Review: Sue Coletta’s BLESSED MAYHEM

If My Head Weren’t Attached… And Other Writing News

You know the saying... If my head weren't attached, I'd forget it. I've been having that kind of summer. I'm misplacing things, I'm forgetting things, I'm just generally scatterbrained. Not sure why. Summer fever. Stress. Just getting older. If you're wondering why I'm telling you this, it's because I foolishly managed to send a post … Continue reading If My Head Weren’t Attached… And Other Writing News