Well, is it Friday again? I’ve been staying warm in the writing cave …I hope you have too! First bit of news is this:
I’m being…hosted for a party over at Author Roast & Toast today. (Ahem, There’s a rumor they’re roasting something–I fear it’s my toes–but it’s chilly, so hey. I’m good with it! ;)) We’re also I hear tell, raiding Stacy’s mead supply (pre-battle)–oh! and giving away a copy of Passion’s Sacred Dance. Come join the fun.
The Freaky news for this week… Um….Does the fact that it snowed in north Florida this week count?
Also, I found a story about a haunted civil war battlefield (yes, probably that’s Caitlin and her ghosts’ influence). http://www.murfreesboropost.com/cover-is-the-battlefield-our-most-haunted-spot-cms-7266
I’m hoping to go visit a Civil War battle site soon*rubs hands gleefully*, maybe even before summer, so it’s on my mind.
I’ve also found some fine new reviews:
For Murder Upon a Midnight Clear, from The Jeep Diva blog:
“Fast paced and carrying a lovely sinister tone that adds to the creep factor of a murderer passing himself off as a Santa, there are plenty of moments that put me on the edge of my seat….Twisty and laden with tension, this was a read that kept me guessing and wondering almost from the beginning. Sexy characters with a palpable attraction, a disturbed spirit world and a killer that is stalking Sean’s family for reasons yet unknown make this a must read for fans of romantic suspense.”
*squee* Thanks, Gaele!
You can read the whole review here.:
‘Tis the season … for death. Murder reminds Detective Helene Collias of Holly PD that crime doesn’t respect holidays. And the last victim she ever expected to find in her case files is the sister of her old flame, Sean Grant. Ordinarily, Helene’s psychic gifts give her an edge but this time, that gift has short-circuited. Could her lingering attraction to Sean be blurring her abilities, or is something more sinister at work?
If you’d like to check the book out, it’s available at Amazon.
There were also some nice ones for Drawing Down the Shades recently. From Amazon:
**I received this book in exchange for an honest review. Lovers of Paranormal, LoP**
Drawing Down the Shades is one of those books that you luck out on. You hope for the best and pray it comes through. This is one for me. As I started reading this book, I knew it was going to be good. I love the premise that followed through to the last page. The situations that arise are quite good, humorous at times and had me wanting to finish the book just to see how it turned out. I loved the characters. They all brought something to the story. Well written and well thought out. A definite add to your tbr list. Recommended.
Meanwhile, I’m going back to the writing cave. I’ve got quite a few things I’m working on that need tweaking (a battle, to be honest *eyes calendar*), and let’s face it being warm is a good thing!