Books that went to press, or Back to Press this week:
IRIS Fate: Iris Series, Vol.2, by Daniel Carr
Colin Craft, “The Newspaper Myth,” spends his days in hiding. After Aaron Brink reveals his identity to the public, Colin is sent on the run and orphaned. Keeping the Myth in hiding was his life-long friend, Justin Mears, continuing to run Genetic Alliance missions. It barely felt like two years had passed since Allen and Anderson.
Galleys thtat went out, or went out again, this week:
DECRYPTING THE CACHE, by Jennifer Kirsch
Treading through a shadowy woods didn’t rank high on my fun list. Yet I found myself surrounded by tangled tree limbs and hairy vines one Sunday evening. My new friend Dev crept along with me as we navigated angry roots, sprawling branches, and knotty trunks that resembled our knobby-nosed history teacher.We hoped to find a geocache. “You know,” I’d explained to Dev, “a hidden container you find using a navigation app.” But he’d wanted to see it for himself
A SCATTERED BRAIN by K. A. Wyant
Trying to find your place in high school can be a challenging time in a young girl’s life, even more if you have a brain disorder. Being diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, Chloe deals with the difficulties of trying to fit in with the right friends. Wanting to please them she gets into some situations leading to many disappointments. Chloe doesn’t see the destructive path she has made for herself or care about the consequences. With the end of the school year coming to a close can Chloe change things in time to graduate high school with her classmates or has she destroyed any chance of getting her diploma on time?
Work began or continued on the following:
THE MURDER OF SECRETARY JUDD CANE: Adventures on Capitol Hill Series, Vol. 2
by Celine Rose Mariotti.
If you liked The Kidnapping of Senator Andy Thompson, you’ll be excited to read The Murder of Secretary Judd Cane. This time Murder stalks the House of Representatives as Congressman Michael Rhodes is accused of murdering Secretary Cane.
MINISTER'S ESCAPADES, Vol. 2 by Celine Rose Mariotti
Rev. Castle is back in another cozy mystery.
CEMETERY WALK: A Hannah Griswold Mystery, Vol. 3, by Robert Kanehl
Walking in a cemetery can be peaceful and reflective, as long as you don’t hear voices. Hannah Griswold, however, does hear voices. Why are they calling to her? Why can’t she have a normal teenage life?
BLEEDING HEARTS: Killian Kendall Mystery Series, Vol. 1Winner of the Stonewall Society's 2002 Pride in the Arts Literary Award in the Whodunit Category!REAP THE WHIRLWIND: Killian Kendall Mystery Series, Vol. 2, by Josh Aterovis.
Suicide, or murder? That's the question in the second Killian Kendall mystery. Will Smith suspects murder when an old childhood pal drowns, and asks his friend Killian for help in solving the mystery.
TRUTH OF YESTERDAY, by Josh Aterovis
ALL LOST THINGS, by Josh AterovisCHANGE OF WORLDS, by Josh Aterovis
Author Robert Kanehl will be doing a book signing in Manchester, CT on April 18th. Sorry, I don't know the exact time and place yet. Gee I'm glad we got this New Book finished! I hope the new one will be finished soon.
I do know that author Elizabeth Eagan-Cox, her Dear hubby and both her kitties are moving. Sure hope they got there all right and are getting the computer and writing room set up and ready to go. All her Shannon Delaney Books are fun to read. I just love ghost stories.
It's the first of the quarter, sp Arline will be working on the payroll soon.
The Judas tree is blooming in the front yard and it's so Biiiiigg this year -- must be 15 feet wide and 20 or 30 times as tall as me. I just love when that happens, because every little branch and twig is covered with blossoms and they're so PURPLE...well they look purple to me and Roger! Arline says he's color-blind and it's Magenta, whatever that is.
I don't try to climb it any more -- not since the accident that time. But I love to sit in the window and let the sun shine on me and watch the bees. There are dozens of them I like to watch them buzzing from one blossom to another, but I know better than to try and catch them ... now!
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