Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Jim L'Etoile on Sacramento Serial Killers

My author James L'Etoile was interviewed on ABC10.com on the city of Sacramento's contribution to the nation's serial killers.

To watch the video, click here.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Land of Wolves Receives 2017 Best Book Award Historical Fiction!

Congratulations to my author Tj Turner, whose second book in the Lincoln's Bodyguard Series, Land of Wolves, has taken first place in the 2017 Best Book Award for Historical Fiction!

Tj was serving overseas in Afghanistan as the commander of a unit in Bagram when his book was released, so this award is especially sweet.

To read more about the award, click here.

And the good news keeps coming!

Here is a nice review for Tj's book in InD'tale Magazine. 

"This story is a page-turner, so expect to lose track of time while reading!"

To read the full review, click here

To read more about Tj, click here. 

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Wattpad Book Club Featuring Mia Thompson

In anticipation of the fourth book in the Sapphire Series, SACRIFICING SAPPHIRE, due to be released in December just before Christmas (great Christmas present, hint hint), Wattpad is featuring author Mia Thompson's third book in the series, Sentencing Sapphire, as part of its Book Club.

To read Sentencing Sapphire, click here.

To read more about Mia Thompson and her series, click here.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Lincoln's Bodyguard Wins The Silver!

Congratulations to my author Tj Turner whose alternative historical thriller
Lincoln's Bodyguard won the silver in the mystery/thriller
category of the Military Writers Society of America.

Happy Pub Day Loraine Van Tuyl!

Happy Pub Day to my editorial client Loraine Van Tuyl, whose memoir
Amazon Wisdom Keeper: A Psychologist's Memoir of Spiritual Awakening
released today through She Writes Press. 

Saturday, October 14, 2017

BURY THE PAST Review in Publishers Weekly

Nice review for my author Jim L'Etoile's thriller BURY THE PAST in Publishers Weekly!

"L’Etoile, a former associate prison warden, keeps the suspense high while illuminating the culture of criminals and the ties that bind cops."

Bury the Past: A Detective Penley Mystery James L’Etoile. Crooked Lane, $26.99 (320p) ISBN 978-1-68331-442-4 Loyalty, revenge, and politics drive L’Etoile’s tight sequel to 2016’s At What Cost. When Sacramento, Calif., detectives John Penley and Paula Newberry investigate a murder and a series of street drug thefts, they conclude that the crimes may be committed by a group of corrupt cops whose leader, Charles Sherman, is in prison. Sherman, a former cop who’s appealing his conviction on multiple counts of fraud, corruption, and drug possession, appears to be targeting those who testified against him. Sherman has Newberry in his crosshairs, trying to ruin her career and her personal life. But how did Sherman’s fingerprints end up at a crime scene when he was locked up at the time? Each respectful of the other’s detective’s skills, Penley and Newberry work well together while wading through a morass of double-crossing colleagues and shady politicians. L’Etoile, a former associate prison warden, keeps the suspense high while illuminating the culture of criminals and the ties that bind cops. Agent: Elizabeth K. Kracht, Kimberley Cameron and Associates. (Dec.)

Thursday, October 12, 2017