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Start the Easter weekend with New Releases

Start the Easter weekend with New Releases

What could be a better way to start a weekend than with new books? Today is launch day for Sour Cherry Turnover. Come to think of it, starting the weekend with a nice gluten-free pastry wouldn't be a bad idea either! [...]
Excerpt from The Light Between Oceans

Excerpt from The Light Between Oceans

I am just finishing The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman. It has been a very interesting books with some unexpected twists and turns. There is some beautiful language and some very profound quotes. Fate miraculously presents a returning soldier with PTSD and his wife, who has suffered from [...]
Hoppy Easter Reading

Hoppy Easter Reading

I am getting a head start on Easter with this blog post, since I am doing a new release on Good Friday (Sour Cherry Turnover, book #7 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series, available for preorder now.) [...]
Excerpt from The Mysterious Affair at Styles

Excerpt from The Mysterious Affair at Styles

I am currently re-reading Dame Agatha Christie's The Mysterious Affair at Styles, the first Hercule Poirot mystery. This was Agatha's first published novel, and received good critical acclaim. She made 25 pounds on the book for the serial rights and wondered whether pursuing writing was worthwhile. It's a long time [...]
Autism Acceptance Month

Autism Acceptance Month

I've written a few other blogs on special autism observation days (some links farther down). April is widely known as Autism Awareness Month. The last few weeks, there has been a lot of buzz on groups that I am associated with on the Neurodiversity movement and changing "Autism Awareness" to [...]
Excerpt from The Fix

Excerpt from The Fix

This week I am reading The Fix, one of the books in David Baldacci's MemoryMan series, which I have written about before. I enjoy the neurodiverse Amos Decker series, and of course Baldacci is great at creating a complex puzzle with lots of exciting twists and turns. [...]
A Catastrophic Theft and other March freebies

A Catastrophic Theft and other March freebies

Are you looking for some books to add to your TBR pile? A Catastrophic Theft, book #3 in the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Detective series is free this weekend, Mar 29-31 on Kindle. Keep scrolling down for more! About A Catastrophic Theft Reg has been able to set up a respectable, [...]
Excerpt from The Last Anniversary

Excerpt from The Last Anniversary

This week, I am reading The Last Anniversary, by Liane Moriarty. It has been a very interesting read so far. Moriarty weaves the intertwined stories of the members of an Australian family who were involved in the case of a couple who disappeared, leaving their infant daughter behind as a [...]
Consent is Magical

Consent is Magical

If you have been reading the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Detective series, you probably noticed that the first few books have explored the issue of consent from a unique viewpoint. In the magical community of Black Sands, Reg finds herself attracted to and yet at odds with warlock Corvin Hunter. Corvin [...]
Excerpt from First Family

Excerpt from First Family

I don't think I've ever been disappointed with a David Baldacci book. My current read, First Family, is part of the King & Maxwell series. Sean King and Michael Maxwell are complex characters, satisfying to read, and this book revolves around the mysterious kidnapping of the First Lady's niece. [...]
A Catastrophic Theft and other New Releases

A Catastrophic Theft and other New Releases

A Catastrophic Theft is now on sale! if you've been reading the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator series, you are not going to want to miss this one! Things are starting to get interesting for Reg. Keep reading for more new releases. [...]
Excerpt from the Shack

Excerpt from the Shack

If you didn't get a chance to look at the book list under my International Women's Day post, you should pop over there and have a read through now. And be sure to come back this Friday for a new release! If you've been reading the Reg Rawlins, Psychic [...]
Randy's Review of His Hands were Quiet

Randy’s Review of His Hands were Quiet

I have another review to post by my sweetheart. This is a review of His Hands were Quiet, book #2 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series, reblogged from Flamestr's Thoughts. [...]
Books for International Women's Day 2019

Books for International Women’s Day 2019

It's that time of year again! Last year I was doing a book reading with a couple of author friends for International Women's Day, and it was really a lot of fun. Keep reading to discover some other books by or about fascinating women to add to your TBR pile. [...]
Excerpt from Deep Freeze

Excerpt from Deep Freeze

Last week I read Deep Freeze, by John Sandford. This is part of the Virgil Flowers series, which I've read at least one book from before. John Sandford writes complex mysteries with plenty of twists and turns and misdirection. Virgil Flowers is a relatable detective, smart, and always a good [...]
A Psychic with Catitude and other Freebies

A Psychic with Catitude and other Freebies

I have put A Psychic with Catitude, book #2 in the Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator series on Kindle for free this weekend. (And don't look now, but What the Cat Knew, book #1 in the series is on for $0.99 for a limited time!) [...]
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