It’s been a year, and Laci Marks still hasn’t gotten over her break up with Del Keegan. When he unexpectedly comes back into her life, she worries about them making the same mistakes. Will they make it work this time?
Bleeding Heart is a paranormal romance (the supernatural element stemming from alchemy). Type and Cross is a family drama, but at its heart, it's a love story. Both focus on the hero and heroine and whether they can reconcile their differences by the end.
I've been reading a lot, and thinking about some of the books I've read brings me to my next pet peeve. Settings in fiction. Please be patient with me on this one. I know setting a scene is necessary. But there is a right and a wrong way to do it.
I thoroughly recommend Lock & Key by Gordon Bonnet. The characters are three-dimensional, the plot is well-developed, and the settings are rich and tangible. If you love sci-fi, you don’t want to miss this novel. And if you’re new to the genre, this is a great one to start with.
The Many Worlds interpretation, or the idea that every time an event could have gone one of two different ways, it goes both—in different universes. Put another way, when there's a decision to be made, every possible outcome occurs somewhere.
Cover art for fiction varies wildly across genres, and readers have varying opinions about what makes good covers. This post discusses some cover pitfalls and asks readers to weigh in.