Tomorrow, Saturday August 20th, I’ll be signing and chatting about my books at the Center for Southern Folklore right here in Memphis TN along with four of my author pals. Come on by and say hello if you are in the Memphis area!
I will be signing copies of my newest book, Check Out, which is also available now in audio. (So excited to have my first book out in audio!) Check Out is a military romance with a Marine vet hero, a shy librarian heroine and a crazy stalker who is after her sister. Out in print, in eBook and audio!
I’ll be signing copies of Trapping the Butterfly, book one in the Butterflies Fly Free series, set in the 1920’s about young flappers. Trapping the Butterfly is a sweet YA romance, with gangsters from Al Capone’s gang. Out in print and eBook, soon to be out in audio!
I’ll be signing copies of Isabella, Bride of Ohio; book seventeen in the American Mail Order Brides series. Historical romance, Victorian era. One book for each of the fifty states and forty five authors. Isabella can be read as a stand alone book and the books do not need to be read in order. The order is the order in which each state was ratified in the union. Isabella was based on my Swedish grandmother and is about a Swedish immigrant, her mail order husband and a Pinkerton agent. Available in print and in ebook.
I will be signing copies of Dangerous Ties, a western historical novella set in Nevada’s gold rush country. The story begins with the heroine strung up over a mine shaft and the rope is breaking. (I tend to write gritty western romance.) Available in print and in ebook.
I will be signing copies of Aboard the Wishing Star, a contemporary romance set in the Caribbean. Available in print and in ebook.
I will be signing copies of A Desperate Journey, a western historical romance set along the Old Chisholm Trail which ran from Kansas to Texas. Available in print and in ebook.
I can’t wait for this local signing and hope to see many of my local friends and fans as well as to meet new ones! Come on out and visit with us at the Center for Southern Folklore. It will be fun, y’all!