I am so excited to have Greg Barth, author of the gritty-as-fuck Selena series, to guest post on my humble blog, sharing about one of my favorite musicians of all time, Joan Jett. Take it away, Greg! I write like a girl. And not a nice one. I guess I should say I write like … Read more
If you are a fan of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon series (e.g. The Da Vinci Code) or the National Treasure movie franchise, you will definitely want to read this interview with Jess Lourey. Jess is the author of more than a dozen novels including the Murder by Month series and most recently the thriller Salem’s … Read more
It surprises some people that know me personally that I write such dark, gritty, violent fiction. Because generally speaking, I’m a very upbeat, positive, nonviolent person. And I must admit, I have from time to time wondered what it is to draws me to this writing style. Healing Through Creativity A big part of it … Read more
Eight years ago, I participated in Nanowrimo. Now I have a two-book offer from Random House. This is the story of my journey.
After her philandering husband gets turned into a vampire, Sara learns someone is trying to bring about the End of Days. The only way Sara can stop it and protect those she loves is by sacrificing her own life.
Irreparable Harm, the debut legal thriller from Melissa F. Miller, takes readers on quite a ride. Protagonist Sasha McCandless is an attorney defending her client Hemisphere Air against a class action lawsuit following a devastating crash. When Sasha learns that an experimental technology may have led to the crash, the creators of the tech go to extreme measures to cover their assets.
The historical novel Antoinette brings to life the lives of Marie Antoinette and her closest friend and confidante Princess Louisa de Lamballe.