Travel Tuesday–Heist Edition

Due to some unforeseen computer problems last week (thanks so much Microsoft), I had a couple of days when I had to work at simply getting my laptop up and running correctly again. Which meant I lost two days of actual worktime and didn’t get to post a Friday Freebie highlighting the Chapter Two excerpt of Bronzed Betrayals on Wattpad. So, since versatility is my middle name anymore, I’m posting the link here to the excerpt and calling it a Travel Tuesday offering because the excerpt lets readers follow behind Laurel as she journeys to her latest “reclamation” destination. Today’s location is the Knightsbridge area in London, and you can Read the Excerpt for Chapter Two for free on Wattpad.

Come Join in for the Fun and Celebration!

Gigi Pandian and I will be on Facebook this weekend–Friday, October 7th through Sunday, October 9th–to celebrate our new releases Michelangelo’s Ghost and Abstract Aliases. Lots of fun, discussions, and prizes on the way. Stop by, enter the daily fun contest, and come back the next day for more fun and festivities. The photo collage below gives you your first hint about the contests, and here’s the event page if you want to click the Interested or Going button so Facebook will send you an event reminder and update you on posts, just Click Here. Hope to see you there!

Exciting Day Around Here! Book Cover Reveals!

I’m pretty good at keeping secrets when I have to–But I don’t really like to. Especially when it involves new book covers.  I’ve been really good at keeping  these covers secret–but now that my publisher, Henery Press, has made them public, I get to show them off as well! A couple of months ago, I signed a contract with Henery Press for my Bodies of Art series. They’re releasing the first two books in a few months, and they’ve contracted for three more books to come out in the next few years. The last Friday in July, my lovely editor, Erin, sent me a request from the art department, asking if I had anything in particular I’d like to see incorporated into the covers. Well, let me tell you–I may write art mysteries, but I know my creativity is firmly with words–not creating pictures. So I have no problem letting Read more…