Friday, October 3, 2008

Chapter a week and Camy's new book!

First, some news. I'm flying down to Riverside, CA tomorrow for a booksigning at Berean Bookstore , 3396 Tyler Street with my friend and author, Kelly Eileen Hake. If you're in the neighborhood, please please drop by!
Next, Monday, the 6th, Camy Tang will be my guest blogger. I will be posting her interview and information on her newest release, Single Sashimi. (I've read it and it's fabulous!) And Camy's giving away a free copy!!! So, please check back on Monday for that.

Now, this weeks, Chapter A week!

A Taste of Murder

By Virginia Smith

A ruthless killer stalks a young woman during a Kentucky town's annual Bar-B-Q Festival. He's had a taste of murder … and is hungry for more.

When classical music lover Jasmine Delaney accepts a gig to play her violin in a small town, she arrives in time to join in the festivities of the local Bar-B-Q Festival. But when she checks into the hotel, Jazzy is in for a few unpleasant surprises--like a body in the bathtub covered in barbeque sauce. Not even the soothing strains of Mozart can still her jangled nerves--especially when it seems the killer is intent on making her the next victim.

"A Taste of Murder is a delightful read. ... Virginia Smith dishes up strong characters, a viable plot and a warm, effective conclusion. " -- Romantic Times (4-star Review)

Lying on Sunday
By Sharon Souza

For Abbie Torrington, betrayal and truth are about to collide.

After learning her husband died of a heart attack—in another woman's bed—Abbie is faced with a choice: She can give in to despair, or she can create a new life. Abbie does both … Then a shocking revelation threatens to undo everything she's accomplished. Will the power of the truth really set Abbie free, or is forgiveness too far out of reach?

" Sharon has created a character so vivid and real you'll feel as though you've stepped into Abbie Torrington's life. You don't want to miss this beautiful story of healing and grace." --- Virginia Smith, author of Stuck in the Middle.

"Lying on Sunday is delightful and poignant, witty and moving . . . Bravo!" --- Nancy Moser, award-winning author of Washington's Lady and Just Jane.

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