Lessons for Sleeping Dogs – Cambridge Fellows #12
Blogtour , Bookteaser / October 14, 2015

Lessons for Sleeping Dogs by Charlie Cochrane is part 12 in the Cambridge Fellows Series. It makes me very proud to participate in the blog tour for this upcoming new novel. See the list for the complete blog tour right here. Lessons for Sleeping Dogs is the twelfth story in the Cambridge Fellows series of romantic mysteries. You can find the full list of stories (with freebies and some rather silly additional content that I must have created in a very mad moment!) here on my blog. People ask me how the series originated and the answer is simple; I was desperate to find some classic age style mysteries that featured a gay couple. I couldn’t, so I wrote my own! Blurb Cambridge, 1921 When amateur sleuth Jonty Stewart comes home with a new case to investigate, his partner Orlando Coppersmith always feels his day has been made. Although, can there be anything to solve in the apparent mercy killing of a disabled man by a doctor who then kills himself, especially when everything takes place in a locked room? But things are never straightforward where the Cambridge fellows are concerned, so when they discover that more than one person…

90’s Playlist inspiration
Author Interview , Blogtour / October 12, 2015

Tomorrow, October 13, the anthology 90’s Playlist will be released. My review will also be posted on that same day. But the day before the release the authors of the stories shared with me what inspired their story and why that specific song would fit the story so well. Here is what they said… I have chosen to insert the video of the song so you can listen to it and get in the mood while reading the story. As a child of the 90’s I remember each and everyone of these songs and I think they fit very well with the stories. Brighton Walsh I chose If by Janet Jackson. It was a hard choice, narrowing down which song to use. I had a short list of about 10, and I played out different plots for each of them. And, in fact, I changed my original song I was planning to use. The idea for a plot based on If—“if I was your girl, the things I’d do to you…”—was just too good to pass up. I loved exploring the secret lover trope, and also playing with the enemies to lovers trope. Lorelie Brown My story comes from listening…

Rough Road
Blogtour , Bookreview / September 30, 2015

This post is part of the blogtour for the latest novel by Vanessa North, called Rough Road. It is the second part of the Lake Lovelace series. I have been asked to be a part of the blogtour by the publisher Riptide Publishing and I am very happy to do just that. Lets start of by letting Vanessa tell us a bit about herself and how she became a writer in the first place. Author of over a dozen novels, novellas, and short stories, Vanessa North delights in giving happy-ever-afters to characters who don’t think they deserve them. Relentless curiosity led her to take up knitting and run a few marathons “just to see if she could.” She started writing for the same reason. Her very patient husband pretends not to notice when her hobbies take over the house. Living and writing in Northwest Georgia, she finds her attempts to keep a quiet home are frequently thwarted by twin boy-children and a very, very large dog. Her latest novel is called Rough Road and came out on September 28, 2015. It promises more sizzling romance, sweet love and even more wonderful men. So go out and buy this one people……..

Lead Me Not
Blogtour , Bookreview / August 24, 2015

I am very proud to say Riptide Publishing has made me part of their latest blog tour for the book Lead Me not, which will be available on August 24 from Riptide Publishing. It promises to be a sizzling hot book with a great story so be sure to go out and buy it. I know I will…… And last but not least, there is great prize for you to win in this tour. Leave a comment on the blog tour and you will enter a drawing for some great prizes. Contest is NOT restricted to US entries, so be sure to enter. Visit the Riptide Publishing site for more info. Blurb Isaac Morris has devoted his life to preaching against the sin of homosexuality. But when his sister proposes a documentary to demonstrate once and for all that it’s a choice—with Isaac choosing to be gay as proof—he balks. Until he learns his nephew is headed down that perverted path. Isaac will do anything to convince the teenager he can choose to be straight . . . including his sister’s film. When Isaac’s first foray into the gay lifestyle ends with a homophobic beating, he’s saved and cared for…