Monthly Archives: August 2011

Review: Heartless by Gail Carringer

Now eight months pregnant, Alexia Tarbotti, Lady Maccon, is still protecting Queen and country with her fancy, yet practical parasol. You see a mad ghost was inconsiderate enough to pop up in her house and relay a death threat against … Continue reading

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Review: Blameless by Gail Carriger

Blameless (The Parasol Protectorate)Blameless Lady Maccon, the former Alexia Tarbotti, is in big trouble. Queen Victoria has dismissed her from the Shadow Council and she’s left her husband’s house to reside with her parent’s and step siblings. Worse. She’s pregnant. … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Fiona

It’s been an exhausting last couple of days, so I’m posting an excerpt from my latest novel, Fiona thus allowing my brain to relax a bit. Enjoy! In this scene, my hero gets the first inkling that Fiona might not … Continue reading

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Review: Soulless by Gail Carringer

Alexia Tarbotti is a Victorian spinster who is just trying to get a decent meal when a vampire attacks her. Despite repeated warnings, the vamp won’t take the hint and an unfortunate accident leaves her with no choice but to … Continue reading

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Review: Last Chance Cowboy by Cathy McDavid

A man, a woman and a wild Mustang. Gabe Powell is fighting to keep his family together. A medical tragedy forced his family to sell off his family’s cattle business and most of his land. His only hope to keep … Continue reading

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A ghost speaks out

My name is Milton Davis and I am dead. Not long time dead, you understand. So don’t worry I’m not going to bore you to death with tales of my passing (although it is interesting). And trust me some stories … Continue reading

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Keeping my Butt in the Chair

I was never one of those people who was born with a keyboard in their hands. I started writing for the pure challenge of it. Since I dwell in science, I enjoyed the break from numbers, facts, and standard procedures. … Continue reading

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