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She won’t mind if you take a look at Dead Wrong while you’re there. I’m just sayin’…
Instead of listing all the millions of things I’m thankful for, I wish you a happy and joyful holiday A piece (or two) of your favorite pie A little bit of family (but not too much) Good friends All the books you can possibly read And time for everything you ever wanted to do. …Read More
Instead of just talking about Colorado author Mark Stevens and his new release, Trapline, I want to give you a heads-up about the whole Allison Coil series. The first two books, Antler Dust and Buried by the Roan, have recently been re-released in anticipation of Trapline‘s publication by Midnight Ink. So that’s the first good …Read More
“Oh, I could never write a historical novel—all that research!” I sometimes get that response from people after they ask what I write. And it’s true that sometimes I end up spending a long time chasing down historical ephemera. But any novel requires research, regardless of the time period in which it’s set. Come with …Read More
Seemed a little quiet around here until I spotted the review of Dead Wrong at Rabbit Hole Reviews. Many thanks to Brian Kaufman who writes (Dead Beyond the Fence), publishes (Dark Silo Press), reads (I don’t know where he finds the time), and reviews (Rabbit Hole Reviews).