A New Anna Denning Mystery!


A snowed-in hotel in the Colorado mountains, a killer on the loose, and a hotel manager who’s into Haitian Vodou. What could go wrong? Bitter Roots, the fifth Anna Denning mystery, is now available on Amazon, Kobo, iBooks, and Barnes & Noble.

The Witch Tree is Free!

4

The Witch Tree, book 1 in my Anna Denning Mystery series, is now free on Amazon, on Kobo, and on iTunes. This is the first time The Witch Tree has been free, and the giveaway won’t last forever, so grab your copy now! Reviews help new readers find the series, so if you read and like The Witch Tree, I’d sure appreciate a short review. Thanks, and happy reading!

All Souls Featured on Kobo Next

I’m excited to tell you that starting April 1, Kobo will feature my thriller All Souls as a Kobo Next selection. In Kobo’s words, Kobo Next is “a curated list, as selected by merchandisers at Kobo, of some of the best titles published through Kobo Writing Life.” Books on that list are promoted as “hidden gems thatContinue Reading

A Mystery/Suspense Boxed Set!

I’m thrilled to announce that the first book in my Anna Denning mystery series, The Witch Tree, is now part of Fatal 5, a boxed set of five full-length mystery and suspense novels by today’s bestselling Christian authors. A boxed set like this has been a dream of mine for a long time. The otherContinue Reading

Friday Fiction Fix with All Souls

The wonderful Becky Doughty, author and audiobook narrator, features my thriller All Souls—and its new cover—on her website, BeckyDoughty.com. Read an excerpt and listen to a sample of the audiobook!

Free Ebook: Geraldine Woolkins

Why was young Geraldine the mouse, who wants so much to be brave, created by God to be small and quivering? Today through Monday, March 23, The Adventures of Geraldine Woolkins is free on Amazon! Click here to get your copy of the children’s book that isn’t just for children: Geraldine Woolkins.

An Interview on Tea and Books

    Mystery author Marilyn Leach interviews me on her Tea and Books website about my latest book, The Adventures of Geraldine Woolkins. I had a lot of fun answering Marilyn’s imaginative questions. If you enjoy English-style cozy mysteries, check out Marilyn’s Berdie Elliott mystery series, set in the English village of Aidan Kirkwood.

New Year’s Audiobook Giveaway

Sparrow House (Anna Denning Mystery book 2) and All Souls (Gatehouse Thriller book 1) are now out as audiobooks, and I’ll be giving away fifteen copies of each between now and January 7. All you have to do is sign up for my mailing list on the home page of my website. Then email me atContinue Reading

Eight Christmas Mysteries for a Snowy Day

Any time is the perfect time to read a mystery, but there’s something about reading in winter—with a cup of tea, curled up by the fire—that is especially delicious. (And if the mystery you’re reading features bitter, snowy weather, so much the better.) If you’re looking for a good Christmas/winter mystery, I’ve compiled a listContinue Reading

Audiobooks and a New Mystery

Where has the time gone? Just yesterday it was spring, and now, in a couple of days, it will be autumn. My pre-New Year’s resolution is to keep up with my website’s blog, posting here at least twice a month, hopefully more. But I haven’t been goofing off all spring and summer. I wrote aContinue Reading

Two Podcasts No Indie Writer Should Miss

The Self Publishing Podcast (SPP) Hosted by authors Johnny B. Truant, Sean Platt, and David Wright, this podcast is currently on its sixty-ninth episode. Most often a discussion of writing and the self-publishing business among the three hosts, SPP sometimes features guests—and great ones at that: C.J. Lyons, Joanna Penn, Edward W. Robertson, and Kobo’s MarkContinue Reading

Palming the Magazine

At some point or another in my life, I’ve had the opportunity to shoot rifles, pump-action shotguns, revolvers, and pistols—all of which came in handy when I wrote my soon-to-be-out thriller, All Souls (due June 2013). My experiences with these weapons, and with talking to experts like my father, who knows just about everything there is toContinue Reading