Rose in the Desert by K.M. Daughters

Hello K.M Daughters Tell us about your new release. How much of the book is based in real life? The prophesies central in the plot are based on documented secrets associated with contemporary Marian apparitions. The Marian visionaries will receive, or have received,...

Blood Sisters by Jim O’Shea

Hello Jim Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? She is intelligent, strong, and successful, yet vulnerable at the same time. What makes this book special to you? It is my first book that does not tackle the faith v science dynamic. What makes...

Until June by Barbara M. Britton

Vacations are supposed to be relaxing. That’s what I thought when I booked an Alaskan cruise for my twentieth wedding anniversary. When our ship docked in Juneau, my family took a sea plane out to the Taku Glacier Lodge. We wanted to see the scenery of Alaska,...

Author interview with Barbara M. Britton

Hello Barbara How did you come up with your title? My title was a work in progress. The title changed a few times from "Left For Dead Lodge" to "War Torn Hearts" to "Until June." My initial title sounds like a horror movie. The second...

Cooking Up A Mystery Interview

Hello, Gail  Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? Eric Crider, the hero, and Laney Eskridge, the heroine, have different backgrounds and lifestyles, but they're similar in the way that makes the likable. In spite of living with past...

Cooking up a Mystery

Cooking up a Mystery takes the reader behind the scenes in a commercial kitchen in Laney’s Delectable Delights. Fun people, ranging from the Busy Bee Seniors to a roller derby queen fill the seats at Laney’s Eskridge’s tea house. From the delicious...
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