AVALANCHE will be available soon in Trade Paperback on other amazon sites world wide.
Today begins a busy week for me. I start touring blogs tomorrow, with the wonderful Kat Flannery kicking off the tour. I’ve written a unique blog for each guest post, hoping to give everyone’s readers something special.
Next Saturday, is the big day. It’s less than a year since DESCENTwas published, nine months sinceBLAZEwas released, and I have to pinch myself to believe it’s actually happening.
In case you prefer to read on your eReader, AVALANCHE is on sale for a limited time for $0.99 USD.
Thank you to all of you who have supporting me in my journey to publish the first three novels in the Stone Mountain Mystery Series.
Thank you, Melodie, for hosting me on your blog. And Melodie is…
The Toronto Sun called Melodie Campbell Canada’s “Queen of Comedy.” Library Digest compared her to Janet Evanovich. No surprise, then, that Melodie Campbell got her start writing comedy.
Melodie has won ten awards for fiction, including the Derringer and the Arthur Ellis. In 1999, she opened the Canadian Humour Conference. She has over 200 publications including 100 comedy credits, and 40 short stories. Her tenth novel, a mob caper entitled The Goddaughter Caper(Orca Books) will be published in 2016.
I’m very pleased to welcome friend and colleague Kristina Stanley here, a crime writer who has been nominated for prestigious crime awards before even having a book published. Well, that is definitely a secret to getting a publisher, folks, and now come the books. Over to you now, Kristina!
Late one night in Unteruhldingen, Germany I was reading MOONLIGHT BECOMES YOU by Mary Higgins Clark. The opening—a woman trapped in a grave. Darkness and silence surround her, and she doesn’t know where she is. I can still see her fingers clawing at the edges of the coffin.
So my humans tell me it’s getting hot in the Bahamas and it’s time to start the sail north. Sound exciting? Not really, for a dog anyway.
When we travel, Matt and Kristina sail the boat and I do a lot of sleeping. Sometimes we anchor for the night and there’s not even a beach to go to. Sometimes there isn’t even land in sight over night. They’re crazy.
My problem. I don’t sleep well when Kristina is awake at night. I sit in the cockpit waiting and waiting to go to bed, but I just can’t do it while she’s in the cockpit. She needs my constant protection. Matt, on the other hand, can stay up all my himself.
As we head to Canada, Kristina promises none of this . . .