Friday calls yet again, and I hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving. In between all the leftovers meal-planning and Black Friday shopping adventures, make sure you take the time to relax, enjoy the long holiday weekend, and read about fellow Turquoise Morning Press author Judy Alter. Welcome Judy, and take 'er away!
It's very rare to find a fellow writer out there who is supportive just for the sake of being supportive, but fellow Pennsylvanian Sharon Saracino is that kind of gal. I have a bit of a girl crush on her. So it gives me a happy to be able to return the favor in a small way by taking part in her cover reveal today, for her forthcoming book, Life After Death, the sequel to her debut novel, Death Benefits! Keep your eye out for release in January 2014. Read on for deets, and how to score a little author swag to mark the occasion....
Friday, Friday, Friday. The days fly by, and the holidays are almost upon us. Hope you have your turkey already, because the Butterball Apocalypse has begun. Instead of stressing out about the shortage of obese birds, have a seat, take a deep cleansing breath, and get familiar with this week's featured author. Welcome, Jordanna East, to the blog!
Good grief, time is flying. These Fridays keep sneaking up on me and pouncing when I least expect it. This week, let's welcome author R. Kyle Hannah to the blog and find out more about his intriguing stories. Before diving in, though, I just want to extend an official 'thank you', Kyle, for your military service. It's much appreciated!
Another Friday has sneaked its way in, and so here we go with another Friday Featured Author. A big welcome to author Kimberley Troutte!
Who are you and why are you here?
I’m Kimberley Troutte. I write paranormal and romantic suspense for Samhain Publishing.
Give us some details about the work you're here to share with us.
Catch Me in Castile is a romantic suspense with a ghost and an historical twist.
Many people ask me how I came up with a murder mystery slash ghost story set in Spain. Sometimes stories come to me when I least expect them. When my husband and I were newly married we vacationed in Spain. I was swept away by the romance and the beauty of the place. I was awestruck by the castles. Easily, I could imagine living there five hundred years ago when Queen Isabella sent a young Columbus in search of new lands—the land of my birth. It boggled my mind.