A new year has begun, and it's been...well, yep, a year.
So I thought we could use an update on some of our favorite authors, in the best way--through their very own words on social media. I know a few of our authors could use some love.
Michelle Schad/Noa Rose
While I live under a rock, post like these from Michelle have been reminding me--happy lunar new year! (Yes, I am very, very late.)
This post and the one before it knocked the wind out of me. There are no hugs, no comfort. This has been brutal and my heart is breaking for her. We're sending all of our love her way.
Being part of a book box isn't all. She's done interviews, and she's got the next book in the Kidnapped Grooms Series, Married to the Enemy, coming out later this year--and she's crafting, because I'm pretty sure if she's not doing something, she'll explode. A lot of authors we know are like that, actually. I kind of want to harness their energy to solve the world energy crisis.
It's absolutely no surprise that Lily Riley's "The Assassin and the Libertine" got a great review, Just adding it to the collection of them, basically.
If you want to check it out on the website and give it a little love, go ahead: https://paranormalromanceguild.com/review-the-assassin-and-the-libertine-les-dames-dangereuses-book-1-lily-riley-mystic-owl/
It's never ideal when one of your favorite authors changes their release date, but I can't tell you how much I applaud her decision. Burn out in the author community is real, and after the year she had, I'm so glad she gave herself some grace.
Rumor has is that Wicked Grace by Luna Joya is closer to your e-reader than you might expect.
And Steve Shipley may or may not have visited Cambodia to while working on one of the books in his Blake Willis thriller series.
But could we really be seeing a revamp of Elise Whyles' books?
Well, I'm not really at liberty to say.
Happy book birthday, Steve Shipley! To many more Blake Willis thrillers!
Echo & Mud
About the Book:
Some lines should never be crossed.
Blake Willis has the perfect life - a beautiful wife, two great kids, and a thriving business doing what he loves as a cybersecurity consultant. Determined to secure his family’s financial future, Blake enlists the help of an old friend, tech billionaire and world-renowned whisky expert, Justin Coulter, to help him sell his grandpa’s “million-dollar moonshine.”
Everything is running smoothly until a shocking discovery rocks Blake’s world. The whisky is stolen and his caretaker is murdered. And worse, his wife is missing.
In a frantic race against time, the lines of trust blur. Blake’s friends and enemies — and maybe even his wife — are not who he thought they were. And the technology, money and global control at stake have now drawn disreputable foreign powers into the mix.
Is there anyone who he can trust — and who has crossed the line that can never be uncrossed?
Buy Links (Kindle Unlimited):
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/3BHQ6g0
Amazon CA: https://amzn.to/3dbuTRe
Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/3OXaI6Y
Amazon AU: https://amzn.to/3P2qy0e
Universal Paperback: https://mybook.to/FalseTrustBlakeWillisPB
The call changed everything.
The call ordering me to stand down. I stood, walking in circles, the rage stiffening my neck, eyes drawn to my gun safe. I paced toward it, then shuffled back. They had kidnapped my wife, intent on destroying me. But I didn’t know who or why.
I had held a gun many times in the last decade, but not since protecting the US Secretary of State several years ago. It was the first and only time I killed anyone. I’d never completely recovered. I hated guns, hated killing, until now. Sometimes killing was necessary. Grandpa had taught me that. And I would again if that’s what it took to get Rebecca back.
Approaching the safe, I removed the Glock 17 and 26. The only thing that mattered was rescuing Rebecca.
Our sons needed their mother, I needed my wife, and would do anything to find her or die trying.
About the Author:
With a background in mathematics and IT consultation, I’m captivated by crime thrillers. So much so that I’m writing the Blake Willis corporate and political crime thriller series.
Working around the world in business and technology has provided an inside view - a fly on the wall perspective. I’ve been able to see how powerful people, including politicians, board members and executives, negotiate and decide, usually without the interests of shareholders, employees, customers, or constituents being considered.
Criminals go to great lengths to remove their physical and digital fingerprints and remain invisible. And that’s where Blake’s and his team’s elite skills come into play.
Early in my career, I spent time on the outside looking in, before getting invited into the boardrooms and inner chambers. Then there I was, in the room where it happens. Now, through my books, I am sharing similar stories with you.
I am also the author of Wine Sense, a book that teaches how to appreciate wine.
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