Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles

Last Saturday, 2/2, was release day for Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles, edited by CM Muller (Nightscript, Hidden Folk). I am both proud and thrilled to have my story "Zwilligslied" included in this amazing line-up. "Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles contains 22 unique visions of the "double-goer" (i.e. doppelgänger), with stories by Tim Jeffreys, Clint Smith, …

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It’s heeeeeere!

The audio edition of The Ceiling Man, read by Amy Melissa Bentley and Kristin James and published by Tantor Media, is now available from Audible, Google Play, iTunes, Amazon, and the other usual places. If your local library participates in Hoopla, you can borrow it there  for free. Publishers Weekly had this to say about the ebook/print …

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Beer, Two New Indie Books You Should Read, and a Really, Really Big Sloth

I'm a bad little blogger and haven't been around much. I have no excuse other than, well, life. It happens and sometimes gets in the way. And sometimes, it's good. I spent March traveling and may or may not have consumed six months worth of beer in three weeks. But it was pretty. Here's a …

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New Cozies from V.M. Burns!

Alter-ego Kay Charles has been blogging. She’s not only nicer, but much better at time management than I am!

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My friend and fellow Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction alumna V.M.Burns has two brand new cozy mysteries up for pre-order!

Having been lucky enough to read an early draft of The Plot is Murder and the first half of the first draft of Read Herring Hunt (can’t wait to find out who dunnit), I can tell you they have everything a cozy fan could want. A spunky heroine. A team of hilarious sleuthing seniors. A wonderful small town. A delightful bookstore. Scones. Poodles with yummy names. And best of all, not one but two mysteries—one set in present day North Harbor, Michigan and one set in a 1930’s British country manor.

Don’t trust me? Here’s what others are saying about V.M. Burns and The Plot Is Murder:
“You’ll love this delightful debut mystery with its charming and wacky cast of characters and a mystery within a mystery just…

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