My most recent novel, The Duke & the Pirate Queen, gets a brief mention over at RT Book Reviews.
I’ve been doing a lot of guest blogging this summer for a couple of different sites.
I compared Arthur Morrison’s fictional detective Martin Hewitt, Investigator to his contemporary Sherlock Holmes, and gave my thoughts on the Top 5 Sex Scenes in SF/F.
Also, I wrote previews for quite a few upcoming releases.
Hidden Paradise by Janet Mullany, erotica set at a weekend “living in the Georgian period” retreat.
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond, a young adult fantasy novel whose plot involves mass disappearances on Roanoke Island.
Stranger in the Room by Amanda Kyle Williams, a mystery set in Atlanta, and featuring a female Chinese-American private detective.
Z-Rated, the newest erotica anthology edited by Zane.
Syndrome E by Franck Thilliez, translated from the French. Keep an eye out for the upcoming movie.
The Girl in Trouble by Kathryn Miller Haines – a YA mystery set during WWII.
Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough – a 20th-century Gothic mystery.
That Thing Called Love by Susan Anderson, one of the first few contemporary romance authors I ever read.
Sammy Keyes and the Power of Justice Jack by Wendelin Van Draanen, a Middle Grade mystery novel.
Dangerously Close by Dee J. Adams, a romance about a Rock Star in Hiding.
Close Your Eyes by Iris and Roy Johansen, a thriller in the Kendra Michaels series. Michaels is a sort-of-Holmesian detective.
The Formula for Murder by Carol McCleary – a mystery with several historical figures as characters, including the protagonist, reporter Nellie Bly.
I also spent some time recently updating and adding links to my For Writers page. Feel free to comment if you have any suggestions. Thanks!