Last month, I participated in an interview with Music Director and Producer Phil Taylor on Erin Radio 91.7 FM.
We chatted about my writing journey, cozy mysteries, and paranormal romances. I also shared excerpts from A Season for Killing Blondes, Too Many Women in the Room, and A Different Kind of Reunion.
The interview aired at 10 p.m. on Easter Sunday. You can listen here.
Note: There are two musical breaks during the 30-minute program.
Today, I’m participating in an anniversary party for The Romance Reviews. Along with three other authors, I’m offering a prize to one lucky winner. Scroll down here and look for my question:
What is the name of the Greek restaurant in this novel? (Note: You will get a clue)
Answer correctly and you could win an e-book of Too Many Women in the Room.
Today, I’m participating in the Winter Blog Fest, sponsored by Long and Short Reviews. Read all about a family-favorite recipe from the 1970s. Leave a comment…you could win a free ebook of Too Many Women in the Room.
Visit the blog here.
When it comes to food and hospitality, Chef David Korba is the consummate pro. In addition to developing signature entrées and desserts, David also offers trademark martinis with such tantalizing names as Babyface, Bellini, and Long Kiss Goodbye.
Definitely an auspicious start to Xenia, an innovative Greek restaurant near Sudbury, Ontario. But the VIP dinner quickly spirals out of control and the guests leave with empty stomachs. Well, almost empty stomachs…those trademark martinis provided a pleasant interlude before all the drama started in Too Many Women in the Room.
Continue reading on the Just Romantic Suspense blog.
I was in the thick of my teaching career and very much involved in the extra-curricular life of the school. So, when admin asked for volunteers, I agreed (along with four other teachers) to accompany a bus-load of students to Canada’s Wonderland, the 330-acre theme park located in Vaughan, Ontario about 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Toronto.
It would be my first time visiting the theme park, and I was determined to go on a few roller coaster rides. Having shied away from the experience during my childhood and adolescence, I knew it was now or never. To ensure that I wouldn’t back out, I shared my goal with colleagues and students.
Continue reading on Vicki Batman’s blog.
Gilda Greco, protagonist of Too Many Women in the Room, and I have a special fondness for Greek cuisine. We appreciate the simple and elegant flavors of foods and beverages that can be traced back to Ancient Greece.
Continue reading about ten milestones from Greek culinary history on the Sisterhood of Suspense blog.