Just last week, I submitted the last book in the Heirs to Camelot series – MISTRESS OF THE ROSE MOON – to my publisher, Vagabondage Press/Strange Fictions. Their editor will read it and make the usual points about where I’ve dropped a stitch, but I think it’ll come out about mid-year.
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About half way through The Temptation of Dragons (Penny White Book 1) by Chrys Cymri, I thought to myself: “If I loved this book any harder, I’d have to marry it.” Yes, it’s got the sort of catnip that attracts me: talking dragons, a cozy mystery, wise-cracking heroine. But then there’s so very much more. […]
Let me wrap up some of the great reads of 2017. I have read some terrific books in the last quarter of this year, and realize I haven’t posted all of them. So here, in digest form, are the 6 terrific books I’d like to share with you!
Bonnie Milani’s LIQUID GAMBIT is an outstanding piece of writing. Rarely does a writer give us the feel of an alien—their abilities to perceive (in this case smelling emotions), the way their bodies interact with their emotions (ears, fangs, paws/claws, their ruff), and so quickly establish a complex societal structure. The stakes are high […]
As mentioned in my previous post, I finished the rough draft of the second book in the HEIRS TO CAMELOT series: THE SOLSTICE BRIDE. I also said it needed a lot of work.
I WORE HEELS TO THE APOCALYPSE by C.H. Clepitt is totally and thoroughly hilarious! I scared the dog several times laughing at various points throughout the book.
STARSWEPT by Mary Fan is an entirely unexpected novel. Although “Science Fiction Romance” is an emerging genre, there aren’t too many that are crafted so well, with such a terrific amount of world-building and greater plot.