Dared to Run is a book with some very good writing, a compelling story, and interesting characters. Everything you need for an enjoyable read. This is the first book in the Kate Anderson series. Book two is already available and readers who want to know what happens next (and there are a bunch of continuing … More Dared to Run (A Kate Anderson Mystery), by J. J. Clarke [Review]
Please enjoy this little video about the somewhat tortured journey of creating the design for the cover of Lethal Voyage!
Sometimes people ask me: “What’s the process like to write one of your books?” Or sometimes: “How long does it take for you to write a book?” For anyone interested in the process . . . read on. I’m writing this on December 28, 2020, after just finishing draft #2 of the new book. … More Behind the Writer’s Curtain: My Writing Process and Current Progress on Book #4 in the Mike Stoneman Thriller Series
Anna Willett is a master at creating tension and suspense. Her stories are always pulse-pounding and Dear Neighbour is a wonderful example. It’s a tight yarn with a thrilling ending that grips you and touches your heartstrings while it tingles your spine. Like any great horror/suspense book (or film), you end up yelling at Amy … More Dear Neighbour, by Anna Willett [Review]
My book club chose this book and I read it with no expectations. I was blown away by the unique presentation and writing style. Mr. Yu breaks down the wall between character and author, and between actor and person. It takes a little while to fully immerse in the newly-created genre, but once inside … More Interior Chinatown, by Charles Yu [Review]
No Romance Allowed is subtitled “a sweet and light-hearted romantic series.” I was not even aware that “clean & wholesome romance” was a category for amazon. This certainly isn’t my usual genre, but the book was recommended to me and this is my honest review. But, I’ll try to approach it from the perspective … More No Romance Allowed, by Kana Wu [Review]
During his weekly Monday evening YouTube show, Bruce Frommert from Travelling With Bruce (one of the world’s leading authorities on cruising) explained how much he enjoyed reading Lethal Voyage, and why you should definitely read it if you like cruising.
Listen here to the 20 min. interview.
Here’s the link to the replay of the Facebook Live! Launch Party for Lethal Voyage. On Nov. 22, we spent an hour with my readers and fans (well, all readers are fans . . . ) talking about the books, sharing a pina colada martini (the featured drink aboard the fictional Colossus of the Ocean … More Lethal Voyage Successfully Launched Nov. 22 — Watch the Launch Party here!
Detective Sergeant Nathaniel Brannick is a tortured soul with an unusual supernatural power: the ability to touch a dead body and see the last moments of the person’s life. A nice trick for a crime-solving detective, particularly in late 19th Century London, where modern forensics techniques are not an option. Brannick’s life at the start … More Consumed, by Justin Alcala [Review]