Thursday, January 15, 2015


It's Seekerville Day!

My sister Killer Voices and I are being interviewed over at Seekerville

For those of you who might not know, Seekerville is a hugely popular blog written by The Seekers - a group of writers who met several years ago while they were all "seeking" publication. 

They've all achieved their goal, and Seekerville remains a place for writers seeking publication to find ideas, encouragement, and wisdom for the publication journey. 

I would love it if you'd stop by and check it out!

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Killer Voices Cover Reveal

As most of you know, I entered a contest last Spring called The Search for a Killer Voice. When it was all over, six authors earned book contracts, myself included.

My fellow Killer Voices have been a great source of encouragement and support to me during the revision process, and I'm thrilled to participate in the cover reveal for the three books releasing April 1st!

I would love for you to check out these awesome titles and support the authors who have become sweet friends over the past few months!

Hidden away for more than fourteen years, Thea James was presumed dead by most—killed in the fire that burned the royal palace. But Ronin Parrish knows the truth…and so does the person who murdered Thea's father, the king. Ronin takes his new duty as Thea's bodyguard seriously. After all, she's the only one who can clear his father of the king's murder. It doesn't matter that the princess's beauty and strength draw him to her. To a commoner like him, she can never be more than a mission. Now he's in a race to restore the princess to her rightful place on the throne before the unknown killer prematurely ends her reign.

Tammy Johnson

I'm a sucker for stories from unknown kingdoms, especially if you throw in a little romance between a royal and a commoner. And Royal Rescue by Tammy Johnson has it all. You've got a princess, a murder plot, a heroic bodyguard...what's not to love! 

CIA agent Shaun Carter is on the trail of an international crime ring, and the sudden appearance of a woman from his past could jeopardize his mission. Missing persons investigator Lexie Reilly's search for a missing teen has put her in the criminals' crosshairs. Joining forces to take down this ring is their only chance of survival. Shaun vows to keep the beautiful investigator out of harm's way and help her find the lost girl. But when their ferry becomes icebound, they are trapped at sea with killers who will stop at nothing to keep them from discovering their secrets.
Michelle Karl

I do love spies. I mean, I don't know any personally. At least I don't think I do. :-) But I do love stories about spies, and the premise of Fatal Freeze by Michelle Karl has intrigued me for months. Trapped at sea with the killers? I'm biting my nails at the thought!

After four years in prison for a crime she didn't commit, Melanie Swanson's finally free. Yet starting over brings a heavy load of challenges. Nearly everyone believes she's guilty—including police lieutenant Jace Tucker. Jace's certainty cracks only when Melanie is repeatedly attacked, and when the people around her are picked off one by one. Melanie's clearly innocent—and terrified. Someone wants her dead to keep her shattered memories from recalling the crime she witnessed rather than caused. She lost her friends, her fiancĂ© and her freedom when she was found guilty—but proving her innocence could cost Melanie her life.

Dana R. Lynn

Can you imagine being found guilty of a crime you didn't commit and no one believing in your innocence? What would it take to overcome that? Could you ever fall in love with someone who thought you were guilty? I can't wait to see how Presumed Guilty by Dana R. Lynn answers these questions!

You can click on the titles above to pre-order these books. While you're there, you could go ahead and pre-order two other Killer Voices books. Into Thin Air by Mary Ellen Porter will release May 1. And, of course, Covert Justice will release June 1. Those covers will be revealed soon!

The final Killer Voice book is a Christmas story from Cate Nolan. We won't get to read it until October, but stay tuned for that one!

Don't they all sound wonderful? And all so different! I'd love to hear from you. Which one would you pick up first and why? I'm going to have to just put them in a bag and let my kids pick the order. I'll never be able to choose!

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