Saturday, November 29, 2014


Books Of Owl

Sorry, this is a day late, but as they say, better late than never. I have no excuse except maybe turkey day hangover. I am dedicating this post to promoting author friends of mine and their books. I hope you'll take the time to visit their web sites and spread the love. You may find a new favorite. Please support local authors by reading and reviewing.

First up is a very prolific writer - Allison Merritt. She writes anything from steampunk to paranormal to historical romances. I've read several of her books and enjoyed them very much. And her blog is a hoot. Check it out and follow her links to her books.

Next up is Lisa Medley. She writes about demons, reapers and ghosts. All with the element of romance. I've read the first in her reaper series and liked it very much. And she takes pictures of graveyards. (I love graveyards)

If you like romantic comedies, my next friend is right up your alley. She makes me laugh every time we talk. T. Sue Versteeg can also write a fantastic thriller. She also collaborates with best selling author Gemma Halliday. Here is the link to her web site.

And last but not least is Tierney James. She writes thrillers about espionage and terrorists. I've read An Unlikely Hero and it is a real page turner. Also, she interviewed me on her blog last week. Check it out here.

That's it for now. In a few weeks I'll highlight more of my talented friends. I'm very lucky to know these people. I hope you will pay a visit to their pages.


  1. This is really a good idea. Readers can look at this and decide pretty quickly who they'd like to check out for their next read. Thanks.

    1. Plus if you all share, it will reach more people! FYI - I didn't have any ideas for this week, so I used you guys.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing us, Wanda. Hope your Turkey Day was great, and I can't wait to see you again!

  3. Thanks so much, Wanda. You're awesome. ☺️

  4. Hey! I actually know these people. When you actually know the author, it makes selecting your next read a more personal experience.