Wednesday, October 12, 2016

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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Dear readers:

Here's something quite different we're releasing. I wrote a shifter comedy romance, and so, with Mom's blessings, published it under just my name. You'll find this story is PG, like our mysteries, and has quite a bit of humor.

Please enjoy! And have no fear, I'm co-writing more mysteries with Mom. Please see our latest mystery we just published last week, spotlighted in the previous blog post, A YEN FOR MURDER.


Maycee Fox is fed up with dating vain men! They'd rather study their reflections in spoons than spend quality time with her. Being stuck in a secret society of foxes who can shape shift into drop-dead gorgeous people isn't helping matters either, since they are the epitome of vain. She needs out. When her ex dares her to find love with an Average Joe, she's ready to sink her canines into the challenge, if only to teach him a lesson. But when she stumbles upon Adam Lanning, a humble yet sexy mechanic, it's Maycee who's in for a lesson or two about vanity and true love.

Dear readers,

Mom and I have been busy writing! We just released our newest mystery, A YEN FOR MURDER, from the perspective of a Siamese cat. We hope you'll enjoy it. And as an update on what's next, we are feverishly writing THE HOWLIDAY INN, another Z & C Mystery, Book #6! So exciting. You will soon be able to pre-order THE HOWLIDAY INN and the next Siamese cat mystery, LIGHTS, CAMERA, MURDER through Amazon.




On a sultry summer night in Santa Monica, the only thing hotter than the busy city streets is murder. Locals awake to the news that a club’s dancer has been strangled, and so a Siamese cat named Charli Chan takes to the streets to investigate. The Strangler leaves a calling card, one golden yen, and when more dancers receive the mysterious coins, panic grips the city. Charli can't resist tugging on every loose thread in the case—curiosity and cats, after all—and she enlists the help of her friend Malcolm, a Scottish terrier with identity issues. Together, they may just find the killer, but the cost to her glamorous human roommate, Harlow Reese, may be more than she is prepared to pay.