Chocolate (the expensive kind), Tin Gods, and Tarot

No, I’m usually not a Monday blogger. Because Mondays are the day I drag around, trying to get back in the swing of things. Today, however, I have a few quick announcements and want to see how things are working on my brand-spanking-new website before Wednesday–my usual blog day–rolls around.

Thing one:

I am pimping my brand-new release, Forever Road, over at Steena Holmes’s blog. Make a point to stop over and say howdy-do because Steena has chocolate…the good kind because Steena is a great gal and you should check out her books anyway.

Click here to go straight to Steena’s blog without passing go or collecting $200. 

(If you catch on to the reference in the above sentence you deserve a rubber cigar…and a blowtorch to light it with)

Thing two:

My good friend and critique partner, Stacy Green, is releasing her new book today. The name of it is Tin God, and it’s an exciting suspense/mystery. Here’s the blurb:

Trapped by poverty and without many allies, Jaymee Ballard is determined to reunite with the daughter she believes was stolen from her. But when the one person willing to help Jaymee ends up murdered in one of the historic mansions in Roselea, Mississippi, she realizes the secret of her past has come back to haunt her. 

Now any hope Jaymee has of making things right rests in a man she barely knows and is afraid to trust, a man with his own demons to fight. Up against years of deception, they rush to identify the killer before the evidence–and Jaymee’s daughter–are lost.

TIN GOD is an action packed psychological mystery/suspense novel featuring a strong woman who is determined to stop a demented killer who will stop at nothing to bury the truth.

Click here to purchase Tin God

Thing three:

I have been invited to contribute a story to Annetta Ribken’s Allegories of the Tarot. I could tell you a lot of things about this project, but I am one of those who thinks pictures are worth a million words. Check out the video trailer, and visit the Allegories of the Tarot page on indiegogo . Donate if you can, share on Facebook or Twitter if you’re willing.