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Fresh new releases—Gem Himself Alone and more

Fresh new releases—Gem Himself Alone and more

It's new release day! Gem, Himself, Alone is now available for purchase! If you like contemporary YA, gritty crime and hard-hitting issues, or twisty suspense, you will like Gem! [...]
Excerpt from I've Got my Eyes on You

Excerpt from I’ve Got my Eyes on You

I just finished reading I've Got my Eyes on You by Mary Higgins Clark. The Queen of Suspense is always good for for an interesting murder mystery, and does not disappoint with this police procedural. There are plenty of suspects in this book, and while I guessed the perp early [...]
Freebie Round-up Vegan Baked Alaska and More Summer Reading

Freebie Round-up Vegan Baked Alaska and More Summer Reading

Summer is finally in full swing here. I'm enjoying being able to run and bike without multiple layers. And if you are looking for some beach reads or if you're still working and need a mental vacation, pick up Vegan Baked Alaska and some of these freebies. [...]
Patrick O'Donnell

Patrick O’Donnell

Fiction and nonfiction author Sergeant Patrick O’Donnell has seen it all in his 24 years working for one of the largest police departments in the country. Now he helps crime/thriller authors write more authentic/accurate books and screenplays [...]
Excerpt from Dangerous Minds

Excerpt from Dangerous Minds

Right now, I am reading Dangerous Minds by Janet Evanovich. It is the second book in the Knight and Moon series, and I have actually read the first one as well. I love the characters in this book. Evanovich writes lots of fun, quirky characters, and does not disappoint in [...]
Summer writing

Summer writing

Summer has arrived! Kids are out of school, people are taking vacation, and here in Calgary, the Stampede is about to begin (which of course means that there should be plenty of thunderstorms over the next week!) I don't have any kids in school, we're not planning any trips until [...]
Excerpt from The Camel Club

Excerpt from The Camel Club

I have just started reading The Camel Club by David Baldacci. I have read one or two other books in the Camel Club series. There are some good characters; I am particularly enjoying the OCD member of the club, Milton Farb. But I am partial to characters with neurodiversities. Baldacci [...]
Books for your birthday

Books for your birthday

It's that time of year again. The arrival of my birthday, Canada Day, and Independence Day. Amazing that three such important birthdays fall so close together. Even if you don't live in Canada or the USA, consider this your birthday celebration too. I have rounded up some free and $0.99 [...]
Books for PTSD Awareness Day

Books for PTSD Awareness Day

June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day. For millions of people around the world, the most traumatic events of their lives have never ended. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a lingering reminder that turns every day into a potential minefield, with flashbacks and triggers potentially hidden around every corner. [...]
Excerpt from The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared

Excerpt from The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared

I am currently reading The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson. This is not like most of the other books that I have read. The book that I have read that it is most similar to is Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. Or maybe Hitchhiker's [...]
Enjoy Vegan Baked Alaska and these other great reads!

Enjoy Vegan Baked Alaska and these other great reads!

The day you have been waiting for has come! Vegan Baked Alaska, book 9 of the Auntie Clem's Bakery mystery series is out! Erin needs a little break from everything that has been happening in Bald Eagle Falls (you can only be subjected to so many murders, thefts, fires, and [...]
Excerpt from A Study in Scarlet Women

Excerpt from A Study in Scarlet Women

I hope you had a good Father's Day and picked up a book or two from my Father's Day post. Be sure to check back here this weekend for the new release of Vegan Baked Alaska. I am reading Sherry Thomas's A Study in Scarlet Women, which is a retelling/twist [...]
Father's Day Books and Deals

Father’s Day Books and Deals

There are a lot of things going on this month, but I decided this week to focus on Father's Day and bring you a few books to check out. If you're quick, there is still time to order on Amazon Prime or run over to your nearest brick and mortar [...]
Excerpt from Golden Prey

Excerpt from Golden Prey

This week I am just finishing up Golden Prey, by John Sandford. This is an engaging thriller with more twists and turns than a bag of Twizzlers. The criminals are smart, and so are the federal marshal and agents on their tails. It is a great game of cat and [...]
Ann Hunter's runaway new YA book

Ann Hunter’s runaway new YA book

Those of you who have read my YA books know that I write about a lot of gritty social problems like addiction, abuse, and homelessness. Ann Hunter is another writer who has taken it upon herself to tackle some of these very real issues. So let's hear what she has [...]
June freebie round-up - Apple-achian Treasure and more

June freebie round-up – Apple-achian Treasure and more

Are you excited? It's time for another round-up of freebies. Fill up your Kindle with Apple-achian Treasure and some of these mysterious titles! Apple-achian Treasure is the eighth book in the Auntie Clem's Bakery mystery series. [...]
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