The Farm House at Peace & Plenty~L.B. Stimson

“The house, for all of its solitude, seemed incredibly noisy. The Farmhouse, having stood against time and history for nearly 160 years in the Virginia countryside, was forgotten and abandoned until Kyle and Jenny Dowling moved in during the summer of 1972. The Dowlings, married just a year, were struggling to repair their broken marriage.Continue reading “The Farm House at Peace & Plenty~L.B. Stimson”

Author Post by Mac Altgelt

Inspiration. Process. Disappointment. As a debut author, I don’t mind admitting that I was slightly intimidated when asked to create a blog post covering simply a “subject of my choosing”, while to me it seemed the obvious goal must be to achieve greater visibility for my forthcoming novel.  Surely then, promotion was to be theContinue reading “Author Post by Mac Altgelt”

The Problem With Poppy~Emma Sandford

Poppy has a slight problem; she doesn’t have a single friend. She seems to frighten them off with her (physically) prickly nature, despite her really not meaning to abs trying so hard to make friends, poor Poppy is so very lonely. That it is until this little porcupine scares away a tiger cub by theContinue reading “The Problem With Poppy~Emma Sandford”

Arlington Terrace~Tracey Martin-Sommers

As you may remember, I read Martin-Sommers’ previous book, Gordon Square, not so long ago which introduced the readers to the dynamic duo of Mike and Mel, the most perfectly imperfect couple of investigators you could ever wish to read about. I loved the first book and I loved the second book! So much so,Continue reading “Arlington Terrace~Tracey Martin-Sommers”