Author Lia Fairchild is pleased to announce the release of her new thriller, Vigil Annie.
Annie Crawford is an ex-cop living a double life. After her fiancé is murdered and she is left for dead, she’s desperate and seeking vengeance. She turns to a vigilante agency headed by a man with his own secrets. Annie works for them as they investigate the murder.
Now working on the wrong side of the law, Annie’s life has one purpose: justice. For her fiancé and the city she lives in. But as Annie’s strength grows, the agency struggles to control her. And the deeper Annie sinks into this new life the more she fears she may never return.
Vigil Annie was released on November 1, 2012 and is available through Amazon.com, Amazon UK, and Barnes & Noble.
by Dr. Lesley Phillips
Let me start by confessing that I am a relatively new author, and I did not suffer from writers block at all when I wrote my first book “The Midas Tree.”
Although I do teach people how to access their intuition and creativity through meditation. Writing a novel was a new experience for me, but allowing my creativity and intuition to flow was not. I attribute my success in writing “The Midas Tree” so effortlessly to the meditation techniques that I use every day to keep myself clear.
My hope is that I can share some of this knowledge with you and that you will find it useful if you ever hit the common bump on the writer’s path, known as writers block. Continue reading “Techniques to unblock the creative flow – Meditation teacher and author Dr Lesley Phillips shares her secrets”
Deborah Sharp isn’t a literary giant. But she’s working on it. Her Mace Bauer series is gathering a large, rabid fan base for a book on a small press. Aided by visibility like her talk about “Mama Sees Stars” on the Today show–but largely good old word of mouth, the good book’s main ally. Smart, funny, kicked-back, and above all Southern, she and Mace (and the spotlight character, Mace’s Mama) are carving out a lively niche for fans of humorous Southern mysteries—and gathering fans from non-crime readers of titles like “Steel Magnolias” or “Fried Green Tomatoes”. If that sounds at all interesting, I’d heartily suggest a look at “Mama Does Time” or others in that series.
And it’s worth noting that her writing skills didn’t start with fiction: she was a stalwart at USA Today for years, bringing you chilling tales of deadly animals and evil humans. Continue reading “Tips From the Masters: Deborah Sharp”
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