THE HOUSE ON SERPENT LAKE
An abandoned house on a north woods lake, dreams of a lover from another time.
Lindsay wants the hundred-year-old home to heal her troubled marriage, something unseen in the house wants her.
As a special thank you to everyone who has supported me, I, in conjunction with Amazon, am offering my boxed set of three mystery/suspense novels FREE for two days. Simply click on the Amazon link below and go to the site: And Justice for Her. Click on the ‘Buy Now’ button and the ebook version will download to your computer.
The three books in the boxed set include:
With Full Malice; Ten Times Guilty, and Beyond the Quiet.
So get your copy of the three complete novels, FREE!
Thanks, and I hope you enjoy them.
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I’m thrilled to announce that my paranormal, The House on Serpent Lake, has hit Amazon’s Best Sellers list for ghost stories. It’s #8.
I don’t know how long it’ll stay there as the list is updated hourly, but I’m going to take a screen shot.
Thanks, y’all, for allowing me to share my good news.
So for you, and also to share my excitement, The House on Serpent Lake finished at #5, and all the top ten winners earn nice icons/banners to proudly post on their websites. It wasn’t exactly a horror novel, nor a romance; instead, it was a combination of the two with heavy tones of reincarnation.
Now that this contest is over, I need to get back to my novel and actually work on it. Now that we’ve begun the new year, it’s time to do something constructive instead of thinking and planning. Time to get it done.
I’m still holding workshops in the Redlands, CA area. On the third Thursday of each month, I discuss publishing – commercial, online, and self-publishing, and offer pros & cons of each. For the first Thursdays, I’m starting a critique group. And I’ll be presenting two workshops at the Ovitt Family Library in Ontario this April. So I’m still busy, always busy, but I love it, love being around writers, love the air of excitement we seem to garner when we discuss our hopes and dreams. As one good writer friend says, “Writing is a fantastic journey,” and I couldn’t agree more.
Harlequin WorldWide Mysteries will be sending their paperback version of With Full Malice to their mystery subscribers at any time, but for those of you who are not on their list and would like to read it, it’s currently on a bargain price of only $.99 for a few more days. SO if you’ve ever wanted to read it, how’s the time.
Thanks, y’all. Until next time,