European Painted Ladies I do a lot of research and reading. From weird facts blog sites to historical textbooks to Wikipedia -- yes, I actually read Wikipedia. I have it set up to give me a random article page each day. Sometimes, I find the article interesting enough to start clicking the related links and following the rabbit hole
Deep Discounts for Romantic Suspense Thrillers First-in-Series! This is a week-only discount for two first-in-series books, for 99c, across all bookseller sites, including mine! Vistaria Has Fallen is book 1 of the Vistaria Has Fallen military romantic suspense series. Hunting the Kobra is book 1 of Project Kobra, a romantic spy thriller series. Sale
If you're at all familiar with my site and my books, then the image, above, might tell you what makes this promo special. It's my promotion. :) And it's for the launch of my 100th book, Inside Man. Inside Man is book 2 of the Project Kobra romantic suspense series. This promo includes book 1 of the series, Hunting
I dreamed about this doggone book for heaven's sake! Hunting the Kobra came out last week, and I'm a little stunned at the reaction, which has been amazing: #69 in the Espionage Thrillers Hot New Releases. 4.9 Star review rating 54 reviews across all sites and booksellers. As it's the first book in the series,
I've watched and read a lot of action thrillers in my time. One of my favourite action thriller writers was Desmond Bagley, and my favourite book of his was a spy thriller called Running Blind (which I highly recommend). I also really liked Alistair McLean's action thrillers, but not quite as much. I also loved Peter
There's a discussion happening on my Facebook page at the moment, about romantic suspense heroes--how many of them are uniforms, or ex-uniforms (military, police, etc). What's your opinion? Have you come across a romantic suspense hero who didn't have enforcement training of some type, who did carry the story convincingly? Talk about it on the Facebook page, here.
Spooks and the intelligence community they work within is one of the hardest subjects to research. Because of the secretive nature of their work, which lingers long after they’ve retired, and for the sake of the security of their country, most spooks not only don’t talk about their work, but often even their families don’t