Parris Afton Bonds’ Monarchs and Painted Ladies is like a flower unfolding, with secrets to keep and passions to share. The novel is a little bit Da Vinci Code and a bucket of adventure, not to mention a soaring romance.
Mel Sterling’s Shots in the Dark offers romance, action, and a touch of mystery. And coffee. Delicious, aromatic, splendid coffee.
Chest of Bone is FREE!
THE DEAD STONE is out. Whooee! After BODY PARTS, homicide counselor Tally Whyte is pretty burned out. She travels from Boston to her former home town in Maine...
Q: So, Vicki, why did you write what you call an Urban Fantasy Romance?
Me: I already blogged about that.
Q: You’re a little snarky today.
Me: Maybe. Okay, yeah, I am. My forehead’s bloody—the wall I slammed into working on Chest of Air hurt.
Q: Poor thing. So let’s talk about your childhood.
Me: That should put everyone to sleep.
Q: What books did you love as a kid? You know, ones that influenced your writing.
Me: Ah, now there’s something I can dig my fangs into.
Q: Clears throat. Back away. Runs.
Me: Silly girl. They’re only virtual… mostly.
Books. (I sigh.) They take you anywhere and anywhen. Reveal anything you wish. Feel anything you want. Come ride the dragon into the past with me.