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New Release: The Wolf of the Baskervilles (The Adventures of Marisol Holmes #3)

  It’s release day! 🥳🥳🥳 🐺 “The Wolf of the Baskervilles” 🐺 the third book in The Adventures of Marisol Holmes 🧐 releases today! Get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3bGmW0t Marisol Holmes, great-great-granddaugther of Sherlock Holmes and jaguar shifter, is being held captive in a castle belonging to her mortal enemy Mannix, surrounded by people who want her dead. Meanwhile, Mannix’s […]

Launch Day for A Study in Shifters

Finally, the countdown is over, and the moment we’ve all (or well, I have) been waiting for, has arrived! It’s launch day for A Study in Shifters. A Study in Shifters “The game is afoot.” Seventeen-year-old Marisol Holmes wants to live up to the family legacy; after all, she is the great-great-great granddaughter of Sherlock Holmes. What’s more Holmesian than […]

Book Tour A Study in Shifters

The blog tour for A Study in Shifters starts today, and the line-up is looking amazing. Visit the tour page here and check out the schedule below. Thanks a million to everyone who chose to participate! June 25th –Indie Wish List >> Excerpt –Devouring Books >> Review –Rainy Days and Pajamas >> Excerpt –tfaulcbookreviews >> Excerpt June 26th –Book Bite […]

Thunderclap Campaign for Ghost Slayer

My publisher has set up a Thunderclap campaign for my upcoming release, Ghost Slayer. For a limited itme, Ghost Slayer is available for just $0.99 as a pre-order deal. The Thunderclap campaign, however, could use some report as it’s currently stuck at 164 out of 250 supported… If you’re not familiar with Thunderclap, you can support by allowing Thunderclap to […]

The Adventures of Marisol Holmes: Writing Tough Scenes

Today’s post is a little different. Rather than sharing trivia with you about the shifters appearing in The Adventures of Marisol Holmes, I wanted to touch upon a more difficult subject. Writing tough scenes. Sometimes, scenes are tough because you struggle while writing them. Action scenes are often like that. You need to visualize what the characters are doing, the […]