Friday, June 27, 2014

All My Authorial Secrets Laid Bare in a Revealing New Interview!

I was recently interviewed by online magazine British Weekly. You can read the very comprehensive interview at the website below.

The interview, entitled "Doyle Goes Wilde" (Great Title!) asked probing questions about the origins and inspiration for THE PARANORMAL CASEBOOKS series. Learn who was my choice for Conan Doyle's sidekick before Oscar Wilde gatecrashed the scene and stole the novel!


Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Revenant of Thraxton Hall Selected by "Those Witty Brits" Book Club at Indianapolis Library

Googled the novel recently and found this on the web page of the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I must have a fan there who read the book and suggested The Revenant of Thraxton Hall for their "Witty Brits Book Club."

Hope they still think I'm a "witty Brit" after reading it. If you're a member, please email me and let me know what the consensus was. : )

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Bibliophage Book Lady "Loves, Loves, Loves . . ." The Revenant of Thraxton Hall! A Five Star, Must-Read Review!

While I continue to rake in mostly positive reviews of the book, I am definitely finding that The Revenant has a specific audience who absolutely groove on it. 

If you're a fan of hard-boiled detective stories it may not necessarily be your cup of Jack Daniels. But if you are open to a work that is whimsical and slightly tongue-in-cheek, then you will probably agree with Book Blogger Jen Flem who recently reviewed the novel on her Bibliophage website and gave it an unequivocal Five Star review and ranked it amongst her "Must Reads".

Check out her review at  

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