Storm Season coming just TWO days....

I am such a nerd and a goof. Can you tell I am excited though? 

Friday, March 10, I will be over at http://www.thenovelapproachreviews.com/

There will be chatting, a giveaway and without a doubt some hilarity. Please drop in!

Sunday, March 12,  at 9 am PST I have a guest spot/author take over in honor of Lisa Oliver's release day for her new book A Tiger's Tale https://www.facebook.com/events/403724559993067/

Lisa Oliver is one of my favorites! This will be a ton of fun. Please join!

NOTE TO SELF - include buy link https://www.amazon.com/Storm-Season-Accidental-Roots-Book-ebook/dp/B06XDRQQJW

Storm Season: Up for Pre-order

Not that I am nervous or anything but....

Storm Season is available for pre-order now!

For some reason, I thought the process would take much longer than it did. Hopefully, I will be busy enough over the next week with book 3 to forget about the whole thing and just let 'nature take its course' so to speak.

Pre-order link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XDRQQJW

Coming to an e-reader near you March 10th.

Coming to an e-reader near you March 10th.

I hope you enjoy reading Storm Season as much as I enjoyed writing it. Storm Season has been a labor of love, as well as a tribute to the kind of books I love reading the most; mysteries. Storm Season will quickly be followed by No Pressure; which it is closely tied to. I am currently hard at work on Spring Break, number three in the Accidental Roots series. 

Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com  or here on my website for more information and tidbits about the characters and story line. 

I'm looking forward to the conversation.

 

Quick Review: Slade: by Kade Boehme

https://www.amazon.com/Slade-Kade-Boehme-ebook/dp/B01NAXKK89/
Five Stars. So much to love about Johnny Slade and Shane Moore.
'Slade' is a sweet read by a favorite author of mine, Kade Boehme. 
We meet Shane and Johnny deep in the heart of Texas when Johnny is riding through town on his way to an assignment. The two meet at the General Store in town that Shane helps his grandmother run. We soon learn that Shane helps a lot of people in his family, almost to a fault. 
Their attraction is immediate but neither of them is looking for anything. Shane because he had family obligations, and Johnny because he doesn't like to stay places. 
I loved the way Kade handled the sweet romance between the two of them, as well as the slow build of angst as they both come to realize this quick, thrown together by chance, romance means more than either is willing to admit. 
A definite re-read for me and I highly recommend it.