Fun Facts About ONE DARK WISH


Reading, and loving, One Dark Wish, Sharon Wray’s new release!

sisterhood of suspense

ONE DARK WISH, the second book in my Deadly Forces series just released this past Tuesday. ONE DARK WISH has an action-packed, National Treasure-type plot with lots of romance and intrigue. But because I do so much research for this series, I thought I’d share some fun facts. Because the stories aren’t all about racing from villains and having sexy times. 🙂

Fun Fact #1: The truth about the Fianna

One of the villains in the Deadly Force series, and ONE DARK WISH in particular, is a fictional secret army of assassins known as the Fianna. The Fianna are led by a man known as the Prince. The men in the Fianna come from every army in the world. For personal reasons, each man leaves his men and his family and tithes to the Fianna. They then undergo extreme training for missions not sanctioned by any government. The Fianna…

View original post 1,008 more words

Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about VACATION #RSsos #RomSuspense


We’re sharing lines featuring VACATION on the Sisterhood of Suspense​ #blog today. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂

sisterhood of suspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about VACATION

Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.


I sat at the breakfast table; drinking my coffee and watching Carlo prepare to leave for a one-week winter vacation with his daughter and grandsons.

Joanne Guidoccio


At first, she’d been caught up by the fact that he smelled so good. She wasn’t sure if it was the cologne he wore or what, but the aroma mixed with his personal scent reminded her of carefree vacations, fresh air, and her youth.

Jeannie Hall
Old Friends, New Lovers (work in progress)


“It was the only way we could get Tanner to take a vacation.” Kate went cold clear down to her bones.

Kathryn Jane


Half dressed, Mia sat up and leaned into Jake’s back, her head close to the phone to eavesdrop. He didn’t bother to…

View original post 184 more words

The Boyfriend Contract by Victoria James #amreading #Romance @authorspal @vicjames101


Meet the Author: Victoria James is a romance writer living near Toronto. She is a mother to two young children, one very disorderly feline, and wife to her very own hero. Victoria attended Queen’s University and graduated with a degree in English Literature. She then earned a degree in Interior Design. After the birth of … Continue reading The Boyfriend Contract by Victoria James #amreading #Romance @authorspal @vicjames101

Radio & BIAW


Brave enough to go on the radio? Marsha Riegert West​ did! Check out this post on Sisterhood of Suspense​ to learn why.

sisterhood of suspense

So, I’m super excited to report on two writing activities.

Let’s talk Radio Interview first in case you don’t keep reading. LOL So, I’m a member of Texas Authors and one of the perks of belonging is you can have two interviews a year. I did one a couple of years or so ago, and it was fun. Now, however, Texas Authors has set up a YouTube channel and the interview goes out on I Heart Radio and Indie Beacon Radio. I hope you’ll take a few moments to look at least a bit of it and maybe share it on your social media. Here’s the link:

I left out two important things in the interview. One was this blog site ☹ Boo on me. More importantly, I left out the statistic that one in four women have been physically and/or psychologically abused. That’s the focus of the 4th

View original post 632 more words

Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about a CAR #RSsos #RomSuspense


Check out this week’s Sneak off and Read lines on Sisterhood of Suspense​!

sisterhood of suspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about a CAR

Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.


Her clothes, which probably cost more than his monthly car payment, were filthy and clung to her body like a lover’s hands.

Jacquie Biggar


Who the holy hell could this be? he wondered. Lifting aside the living room curtain, he saw Mercy’s car sitting beside his truck.

Claire Gem


I had warned her about the car towing, but she had brushed it off.

Joanne Guidoccio


Kate’s heartbeat echoed in her ears while she waited, and a very young officer got out of the car.

Kathryn Jane


Louie put the car in gear, drove down the block, cursed, then turned it around and parked in the same spot again. He was overthinking this as the food got cold. He dialed Jake’s cell.

Marian Lanouette


She…

View original post 56 more words

Series work… Me?


Craig Boyack brings up some interesting pointers on writing a series at Story Empire today. Stop by and weigh in, he’d love to hear from you 🙂

Story Empire

It’s a series, go with it.

Hi gang, Craig here today. I’m the only person here who has not dabbled in book series. I love a good stand-alone story, and that will never change. However, my colleagues at Story Empire convinced me to try it about a year ago.

I jumped in with both feet, and declared 2019 my year of series work. There are two kinds of series, so I needed to decide exactly what I was going to explore. Nothing ventured/nothing gained, so I decided to write one of each.

“Lanternfish” is destined to become a trilogy. This means it has an overarching plot, and an absolute ending ahead of it.

“The Hat” is an ongoing series. The main characters will have additional stories, with no prerequisite reading to enjoy them. Readers can pick up any book that appeals to them and get a complete story.

Right now…

View original post 693 more words