K threw me for a loop when I tried to pick a book written by a Coloradoan or with a Colorado setting or even a remote relationship to this part of the country.
But the author was no trouble at all.
Featured Author: Julie Kazimer (aka J. A. Kazimer)
In spite of Julie’s busy schedule with work, school, co-editing the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers blog, and goodness knows what else, she also writes fiction.
We learned she had a great sense of humor from her first two messed-up fairy tale books. Her latest, however, is a romantic thriller that is receiving all kinds of great reviews. The Assassin’s Heart is an excellent read which I’ll be reviewing in the near future (but probably after this insane A to Z challenge is over).
To get a taste of Julie’s sense of humor, check out the posts on her blog.
Featured Book(s): I couldn’t settle on one favorite, so I’ll just suggest you read these if you haven’t done so already.
The Kite Runner
The Killing Fields
The Kalahari Typing School for Men
King Solomon’s Mines
Can you think of more?
Word of the Day: Killer
Killer can mean delicious, as in “this is a killer chocolate cake.”
For those of us who write mystery/suspense, however, killer is mostly used to refer to the perpetrator of a homicide. (Writing that sentence made me laugh.)
To tell the truth, at the moment I’d like to deal with that killer chocolate cake instead.