august featured book lists & genres
Each month we feature new book list and genres. Check below to see the books we are posting to the blog
Brad Johnson is a lone witness to a UFO sighting and suddenly becomes an alien target. Risking everything to save Earth, he quickly finds himself embroiled in an off-world adventure, relying only on his training and streetwise skills to survive. While adjusting to his new life in space, Brad struggles to understand the bitter conflictContinue reading “Read an Excerpt: Connor’s Gambit by Z Gottlieb”
Get ready for a wild ride, this book is non stop from beginning to end. Sure it starts on a calm Sunday morning and escalates quickly when Lee’s husband is called into action to find his cousin’s husband, Martin, who is missing in the Guatemalan jungle. Despite her being an indoor kind of girl, heContinue reading “Review: The Drop-Dead Temple of Doom (The Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries)”
I haven’t read this series yet, but after finishing book 3, I have to admit I do intend to. Detective Bethany Chambers is on the trail of a ruthless killer. Little does she know where that trail is going to lead. Take a pinch of paranormal, add the cowboy and hard core mystery genres, mixContinue reading “Read an Excerpt: The Marshal’s Lady by Josie Malone”
There are no softball cases in the FBI…especially when an agent gets dirty. –Swindler’s Revenge: A Karina Cardinal Mystery @EButlerBooks What inspired the idea for your book? A case my FBI contact told me about. What was the most surprising thing you learned in writing this book? Money laundering – how it’s done, how toContinue reading “A Conversation with Author Ellen Butler”
Synopsis: Grace Penner’s safe haven crumbles when a body is found outside of town. Gifted the memory bell, a family heirloom, from her grandfather’s will, Grace’s excitement is soon squashed when the bell gets broken right after she receives it. While gluing the pieces back in place, she discovers three are still missing. Determined toContinue reading “Spotlight: The Memory Bell by Kat Flannery”
Can you, for those who don’t know you already, tell something about yourself and how you became an author? / What is something unique/quirky about you? Hi there. I’m Kateri Stanley, a fiction writer from the West Midlands, in the United Kingdom. Like most writers, I started creating as a kid, scribbling characters that wouldContinue reading “QandA with Author Kateri Stanley”
Can you, for those who don’t know you already, tell something about yourself and how you became an author? I spent more than forty years in sales, first in the life insurance field and then a long career in food service sales. I never had formal training and was quite a poor English student. Way backContinue reading “QandA with Greg Wendleton Author of The Garret Cooper Series”
Why do I write mysteries? They are what I most enjoy reading and watching. And always have. I got hooked as a kid watching the black-and-white TV legal drama “Perry Mason” in the 1960s. My harried single mom and I would sit together on our living room couch, rooting for Perry’s latest bid to freeContinue reading “Guest Post: Why do I write mysteries? by Deb Pines”
Catch up with Karen Randau, author of the Frankie Shep Suspense Novellas A Conversation with Karen Randau Author of Choir Loft Murder Guest Post: My Writing Journey by Karen Randau Guest Post: It’s a Dog’s Life by Karen Randau Choir Loft MurderFrankie Shep Suspense Novellas Book 3by Karen RandauGenre: Mystery, Suspense Her fiancé a murderer?Continue reading “Read an Excerpt: Frankie Shep Suspense Novellas by Karen Randau”
Writer’s block. It’s real, folks. Seriously. Take right this moment as an example. I wanted to sound pretentious, informative, and intellectual, permitted to sit among the greats, but really, I’m just me- a writer with the block. The block is called “The Guest Post.” For me, I dislike calling it a block. A block feelsContinue reading “Guest Post: Writer’s block. It’s real, folks. by Casia Pickering”
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