October is an ordinary girl. From her plain looks to her average grades, there seems to be nothing special about her. Then, three days before her eighteenth birthday, she develops a strange itch that won’t go away, and her life is turned upside down. Suddenly, she can hear dogs talk, make crows fly, and two new and very handsome boys at school are vying for her affections.
Category: Author Guest Post
On the surface, Kit Caldwell has it all. A senior in college with her future ahead of her, lots of friends, lots of parties…not to mention also having the eye of Tommy, the star quarterback of the football team. But underneath, Kit’s life is a charade, built on a foundation of secrets and lies, including one so dark it threatens to tear her world apart: her twin sister, Cat, was kidnapped when they were both seven, never to be heard from again.
Welcome to the release event for Caught Bread Handed by Ellie Alexander! This is the fourth book in the Bakeshop Mystery series and releases June 28th by St. Martin’s Press. You can buy it from your local bookshop or order a signed copy from the authors local bookshop. Guest Post: Baking […]
The Castles That Inspired Tudor Times/Lunewood Castle In writing Holding Court, I knew I wanted my heroine, Jules, to have a job with an unusual setting and I eventually hit upon the idea of a castle-turned-dinner theater called Tudor Times. In designing Lunewood Castle/Tudor Times, I took inspiration from a […]
Welcome to my stop on the Crushed Velvet tour! Diane and Poily are here to share how to make catnip balls! Keep reading to learn how, to find out a little about Diane’s new book and to enter the giveaway! How to Make Crushed Velvet Catnip Balls* Poly Monroe, of […]
Family histories can provide us with amusement or horror, shame or pride In my current release, A Dish Best Served Cold, the main character Victoria Rienzi hears a family story from her grandmother about a great-uncle who supposedly died back in Italy. The story piques Vic’s curiosity, and after some […]
About Dancing to an Irish Reel why I returned to the misty, velvet shores of western Ireland I’ll tell you why I returned last October to the misty, velvet shores of western Ireland, where I once spent a year: it is the setting for my novel, “Dancing to an Irish […]
As you all know, or could guess within moments of arriving in my little corner of the interwebs, I am definitely a crazy cat lady. However my love for animals is not limited to cats alone. I love all animals (well maybe not all bugs) and canines are a close […]