Dear Ms. Gleason: I was a tremendous fan of the first of your Gardella Vampire Chronicles series, so I was really excited to hear that you were writing more Gardellas, and intrigued to find they would be set in the 1920’s. Macey Denton works at the library at the University ... more >
Dear Ms. Ashley: One of my favorite historical re-reads is The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie and in Tiger Magic I think I see hints of the same character, although not the same romantic arc. This is the fifth book in the Shifters Unbound series which is an alternate reality ... more >
Caught in a Mad Bromance – Dark Lover In Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters (bear with me, I’m going somewhere with this) the witches of Lancre bless the child Tomjon with three gifts: to make friends easily, to always remember the words, and to be who he thinks he is. I ... more >
The recommended read review of the long awaited release "Heart of Obsidian". It will answer many questions and leave you with many more. An intense reading experience.
Samuel Johnson observed, “A writer only begins a book. The reader finishes it.” With an audiobook, a voice is added to that mix, one that can profoundly affect the reader’s experience of the story. Audiobook narration is an art and craft that’s long fascinated me, and June Is Audiobook Month, ... more >
Dear Ms. Harris: Now that I read so much in digital, I don’t pay as much attention to book covers as I used to. But the cover for Dead Ever After says so much about the book itself, that I’m tempted to tell people who wonder how the series ends ... more >