A Blast of A Week: Blog Post

This past week has been an insane sense of happy business for the blog. You’ll notice that the amount of book reviews and author interviews have almost doubled this month. I finally worked up the courage to start emailing author or author contacts for ARC’s or E-ARC’s starting with a list of my favorite authors.…

Poem Mother Wolf

I'm sharing some of my poems that I wrote a little over a year ago. Most haven't been edited and I'm not sure I'll ever go back and do anything with them. I'm still sharing anyway for posterity. Please do not copy. MOTHER WOLF By Maggie Burleson18 linesThe red wolf howls at the night’s new…

Book Review: The Girl Who ADORED Rembrant by Belle Ami

From the Amazon #1 bestselling author of The Girl Who Knew da Vinci comes the third book in the breathtaking Out of Time Thriller Series. A frightening premonition of the theft of a priceless Rembrandt family portrait pulls psychic art historian, Angela Renatus, on a hunt to uncover the truth about the masterpiece. Sensing a…

Interview: Belle Ami

Thank you, Maggie Burleson for hosting me today at Merlot Et Mots! Q and A with Amazon Bestselling Thriller Author Belle Ami The Girl Who Loved Caravaggio Why did you choose to write about artists and specifically, Caravaggio? All of my books in the Out of Time Series, feature factual truth and emotional truth. They…

Interview: Norman McCombs

A Reason To Be is semi-autobiographical. Which parts are truth and which parts are fiction? The emotion is 100% NF. The dialogue is essentially 100% F. The events are 25% F. 75% NF. 2. Do you hide nest egg(s) in your story? Something that appears over and over again? Not sure what you are after…

Review: The Girl Who Loved Caravaggio

An Out of Time Thriller by Belle Ami Art historian Angela Renatus knows she’s different. She can see into the past—into the lives of the greatest artists of all time—but are her visions a gift or a curse?From Amazon Angela and her fiancé, Alex Caine—a former Navy Seal turned private detective—recover precious works of art…

Book Review: A Reason To Be

A Reason To Be Norman McCombs An epic tale beginning in 15th-century Scotland and flowing through time to modern-day New York, A Reason to Be is a tale of loss, hope, and the transcendent power of the love that bind us to one another.Amazon Douglas McCombs is an accomplished engineer and recent widower driven to…

Beginnings and Endings

As I sit here, listening to the sound of rain hammering the window hours before dusk on an already warm Tuesday morning there’s a bittersweet feeling that accompanies the rainfall. In the early hours before dawn, before most people are awake I have made the final wraps on the first draft of book 3 of…