Tucson Festival of Books and Other News

On March 11th and 12th, an amazing annual event takes place on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson – The Tuscon Festival of Books. This star-studded gathering (as far as authors go) offers something for everyone in nearly every age group. This year, I’m excited to participate as both a signing author and a […]

Glynis Has Your Number – But Does She Have Mine? Book Review

It’s no secret I enjoy off-beat destinations, books that make me think, ideas which question the norm – so it shouldn’t be a surprise when I say I’ve been studying numerology. I’ve always had an interest but recently decided to take it a step further after reading Glynis McCants book on numerology, “Glynis Has Your Number”. […]

Welcome Back, Jack – Gritty, Gutsy, Good!

REVIEW: Welcome Back, Jack starts as a slow moving police procedural that subtly wraps around you like a constrictor, keeping you snug and comfortable with the story and characters. . . until it starts to squeeze. By then it’s too late because you’re morbidly fascinated by this psychological thriller bordering on a horror novel.   […]

Paper Doll – A Mystery With So Much More

REVIEW: PAPER DOLL (Jana Lane Mystery Book 1) by Joe Cosentino should be on everyone’s summer reading list – not just because it’s a well written mystery thriller but because it’s fun! Quirky. Refreshing. And will keep you guessing to the end. I loved the cast of characters. Each eccentric soul is motivated by their own agenda […]

Horror Short Story: Unmarked Graves

Check out my “other” blog, OlDogandMe.com for new short story series, The Lost Highway – beginning with a free read, “Unmarked Graves”. As you may (or may not) know, I’ve embraced the nomadic life. Hubby, dog, cat and me are wandering full time in an RV. I research local history and lore along the way, converting […]