Happy Saturday! Today I'm thrilled to have the chance to sit down with one of my favorite authors of historical mysteries, Olivier Bosman. Bosman is the author of the DS Billings mysteries, among others, and if you haven't read them yet, you should! We'll talk more about the books in a mo, but before that,... Continue Reading →
Had a chance to sit down with the wonderful A.L. Lester the other day. Curious what we got up to? Check it out here. Also, have a look at her magnificent paranormal historical romance series. Where? Right here.
Do you know that feeling when one of your favorite authors lets it slip that they like your work, too? So do I! Even better, I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Josh Lanyon. You can read it here on the Josh Lanyon blog. And while you're over there, check out Josh's new... Continue Reading →
They say behind every great man is a great woman. But behind the legendary Arthur Conan Doyle stood an entire great family. Great, not in the sense of prominent, though his lineage did include a number of prominent people in artistic fields. No, when I say “great,” I mean significant to Conan Doyle’s development as... Continue Reading →
Behold the cover for my upcoming novelette series, Shadow of Justice. Isn't it beautiful? It's the combined work of Dawn Kimberling and Selene Volturo, and it won't be the only cover. Why not? Because there are eight mysterious stories in this series of shorts, which we're planning to release onto Kindle Unlimited in February. Want to... Continue Reading →
If one has to emigrate, it’s a fortunate thing to be able to settle in a country where you speak the local language. We landed in Scotland, though. All joking aside, it’s been one of the best things that’s ever happened to us in so many ways. People have been kind, welcoming, and loads of... Continue Reading →
Alternative Truths III: Endgame, the last of the Alternative Truths series is here, and it's fantastic! I had the privilege of co-editing this anthology of wonderful, imaginative stories by some of today's best and brightest names in fiction and poetry. We had hundreds of submissions, and it wasn't easy to choose. But we've brought together... Continue Reading →
As I prepare for my first trip home after almost two years in Scotland, I can say there were many things that surprised me -- some in pleasant ways, and others? Well... Here are just a few. 1. Manners Matter In Scotland, people have Manners. It comes down to a lot of little things, but,... Continue Reading →