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Throwback Thursday – What’...

Throwback Thursday – What’s in a Name by Pat Henshaw

  Since I learned to read and write, I’ve wanted to become an author. In January 2015, Dreamspinner Press published What’s in a Name? and I fulfilled a life-long dream. Then Dreamspinner published seven more novellas in the series over the next two years. Not only has my dream come true, but I feel like […]

Throwback Thursday – The Deadly...

Throwback Thursday – The Deadly Lies by David C. Dawson

  The Deadly Lies is the second in the Dominic Delingpole Mysteries series. The first: The Necessary Deaths was published a year ago, and won an FAPA award for mystery and suspense.   For Throwback Thursday, David agreed to answer a few questions for us about himself. We’re very grateful for his appearance on the […]

Throwback Thursday – Falling Sn...

Throwback Thursday – Falling Snow on Snow by Lou Sylvre

Beck Justice knows holiday sparkle and snappy carols only mask December’s cruel, black heart. He learned that lesson even before he landed on the streets eight years ago, and his recent step up to a tiny apartment and a busker’s permit for Seattle’s Pike Place Market has done nothing to change his mind. But one […]

Throwback Thursday – Mannies In...

Throwback Thursday – Mannies Incorporated by Sean Michael

  Mannies Incorporated was the first book of the series Mannies Incorporated and I’ve written one every year for release in December ever since. This year is no exception – look for Composing a Family, coming out the week of December18! In the meantime, here’s an excerpt from the original Mannies Incorporated!   Mannies Incorporated […]

Throwback Thursday: Of Mooning Santas...

Throwback Thursday: Of Mooning Santas and Penis Lights by Thianna Durston

  Former US Marine John Ving hates everything about holiday displays: they’re tacky, they waste energy, and they’re an eyesore. So what does his new neighbor do? He sets up the holiday spectacle from hell, and he doesn’t seem to care which holiday—he has a menorah, a baby Jesus, a Santa, and everything in between. […]

Throwback Thursday – When Adam ...

Throwback Thursday – When Adam Fell by Pat Henshaw

When his lover Jason’s drug addiction spiraled out of control, TV celebrity chef and cookbook author Adam de Leon walked away from him. Adam also abandoned his renowned restaurant in San Francisco to start a small bistro in the Sierra Foothills. Five years later Adam is battling the conservative leaders of Stone Acres, California, to […]

Throwback Thursday – The Vampir...

Throwback Thursday – The Vampire Guard series by Elizabeth Noble

Where legend and myth meet science and technology: The Vampire Guard Welcome to The Vampire Guard, where myth meets science—to devastating effect. When the threat is too great for human law enforcement to handle, world leaders turn to Akhkharu Nasaru: The Vampire Guard. Forge, Blair, Lucas, and Declan are recruited by one of the world’s […]

Throwback Thursday – Changing T...

Throwback Thursday – Changing Tides by Alex Standish

While most pirates sail in search of riches, Captain Devon Hall, the infamous Phantom of the Caribbean, is driven by vengeance. Devon has sworn to put an end to the corrupt governor of Jamaica and break the ruthless man’s stranglehold in the Caribbean. When Devon is wounded and stranded on land, an unlikely rescuer comes […]

Throwback Thursday – Dog Days B...

Throwback Thursday – Dog Days By TA Moore

Cover Artist: Anne Cain Dog Days was my first novel with Dreamspinner Press. It’s a book I started shortly before I left Newcastle, which was where I was living at the time. And is where — more or less — Dog Days is set. It’s actually in Durham, which is about an hour down the […]

Throwback Thursday – The Timpan...

Throwback Thursday – The Timpanist and the Stagehand by Ava Hayden

  Thanks so much to Grace for hosting me today on Throwback Thursday! Excerpt   Ren scanned the room and nearly lost the beat. Gil glanced over, eyebrow raised, and Ren blushed, sheepish. He risked another look. Christoph was still there near the bar, dapper in a trim suit, glass of white wine in hand, […]

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