Sizzling Summer, authors dish on new reads for the hot months ahead
See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more.
As a young woman I traveled around the world—by myself. I suppose that’s a big reason I love stories that ‘take me away.’
ONCE UPON A SUMMERTIME: A New York City Romance features a boutique hotel in Soho and a hopeful young woman named Anna. Although life doesn’t go quite as planned, Anna experiences a sweet taste of the Big Apple.
I’m giving away five free copies of The Lovers’ Tango, a suspenseful tale of deeply abiding love that culminates in a poignant conclusion addressing devotion, commitment, and the question of what constitutes justice. Write to me at email@example.com for a chance to win a free copy!
Author of Mad Dog House, Love Gone Mad, and Mad Dog Justice
Devin Lyle and Craig Rockwell are back, this time to a haunted castle in Ireland where a banshee may have gone wild —– or maybe there’s a much more rational explanation —– one that involves a disgruntled heir, murder, and mayhem, all with that sexy light touch Heather Graham has turned into her trademark style.
Please write to 1001DarkNights@gmail.com to win one of five copies.
Where I come from – the US’s northern Continental Divide – anytime anyone mentions a grizzly encounter, all ears tune in. In THE WILD INSIDE, National Parks Service special agent Ted Systead must go to the last place he wants to be – the stunning, haunting Glacier National Park, where at age fourteen he witnessed his father being mauled and killed by a grizzly.
Twenty years later, Ted’s search for a killer forces him to face the perilous, unforgiving intersection between man and nature.
THE WILD INSIDE is a Mystery Guild featured alternate selection for the month of July, and Publishers Weekly calls it an “evocative debut,” that “paints a moving picture of complex, flawed people fighting to make their way in a wilderness where little is black or white, except the smoky chiaroscuro of the sweeping Montana sky.”