My good friend, Gina Barlean, has done it again. She’s released a new book, the sequel to Thorns of Rosewood. This latest story is called Flames of Rosewood, and the suspenseful mystery sucked me right in from page one. She’s good at doing that in her books. Her writing is sharp and witty…and she can weave an intense mystery with her words and amazing characters. In fact, she’s so good that she’ll weave you right into the plot as well so you can’t escape the problems of the main character.
Gloria is our heroine in this one. I loved her in Book 1, but I loved her even more in this one. She’s strong, feisty, curious, and honest. There’s even a hint of romance that made me cheer…just a hint, but it added to the story a lot. This book deals with Naomi’s death (the wicked witch of the west who happens to be Gloria’s birth mom and is an ultra-evil woman—even as an old lady). Continue reading
NOT! Grumble, grumble, grrr, grrr, grrr. To alleviate some of the bitterness of paying Uncle Same your hard earned money, I thought I’d put up a couple of deals that are available right now in the book world (my favorite world).
Ahhhh. Books! Continue reading
One of my blogging friends, Gina Barlean, released another book that blew me away (and not just because of its title—Dead Blow). This book is Mayberry meets The Shining, with sinister undertones, and an antagonist that makes your skin crawl. But Shhh! Don’t tell him I said that. Continue reading
…but it makes for great books! Author Gina Barlean’s back from her snake-charming/fighting duties. Yippee! If you missed out on the first part of her interview, scroll down or click HERE to read it. I saved the writing questions for last…so let’s get down to business, in case another snake sneaks in and tries to steal her away.
Do you have a favorite character you have written?
Frank. He’s a character in my upcoming book, Dead Blow. Continue reading
…but my author friend, Gina Barlean, will never hurt you. Today’s an exciting day because it’s my first author interview. Gina Barlean is my blogging friend over at Moments of Clarity who has written a great book, Casting Stones. It is dark, it is tragic, and it is amazing. Gina has graciously endured an interview, and I wanted to share. Continue reading