Lhind the Firebird Lhind 3 by Sherwood Smith The dramatic conclusion to the Lhind young adult fantasy series! When Lhind’s beloved Hlanan is taken by Shinjan slavers, she leaves her self-imposed exile to rush to the rescue. But first she … Continue reading
February 11, mystery/adventure lovers, my debut mystery novel, THE ANTIQUITIES HUNTER (Pegasus Crime) releases in trade paperback. I await my author’s copies as I type. I know it’s hard to spring for a hardback novel. I admit I only do … Continue reading
Aren’t you tired of doing everything right?
Wouldn’t you like a second chance to go back and do it wrong?
Coed Demon Sluts. Always room on the team.Continue reading
Pacifica by Jill Zeller Leaving is the same as arriving. In pursuit of her art, fleeing an unhappy affair, Nola Lynch sails from New York, through the Panama Canal, to California. Alone. The year is 1914. Nola anticipates romance, excitement, … Continue reading
Starfarers by Vonda N. McIntyre from Chapter 3 The wilderness had begun to feel like a dream, yet a dream of such intensity that she could bring it back in vivid memory. Three orcas breached, one after the other, bursting … Continue reading
Dun Lady’s Jess Book I of the Changespell Saga by Doranna Durgin Carey looked at Arlen in surprise. “You want me to fool around with an untested spell? I’ll rely on my horses, I think.” “Did you hear nothing of … Continue reading
Fires of Nuala Book One of the Chronicles of Nuala by Cat Kimbriel Never draw unwarranted attention to entrances or departures, Darame reminded herself as she slipped into her own room. Peeling off the black dress and shoes she hastily … Continue reading
ISLANDS by Sara Stamey Romantic suspense and adventure: “Welcome to Paradise,” archeologist Susan Dunne hears on arrival at the Caribbean island to research petroglyphs and solve the mystery of her brother’s drowning. Was John murdered? This sunny tourist paradise conceals … Continue reading
The Irish Duchess Patricia Rice Sample Chapter: Three Halting on the castle’s stone staircase the next morning, Fiona gritted her teeth and studied her nemesis. The duke loomed in her path, blocking her way to the medieval front doors. Tinted … Continue reading
To begin with, I did not intend to make a journey – a pilgrimage – to see the May 20 annular solar eclipse. The reason is not that I am indifferent to such a spectacle, but that for a long … Continue reading