First and foremost I would like to say Thank You to all of the Indie Authors out there and, of course, all of our amazing readers.
Every Witch Way But Wicked was a fun read with some mystery, witchiness, and comedy all rolled up in one. Since I started with the second book I’ll have to go back to the first, but that’s fine by me. Amanda M. Lee is worth checking out!
Here’s the books description via Amazon:
Where there’s a witch, there’s a way! Where there’s a whole family of them, there’s trouble.
Bay Winchester, editor of Hemlock Cove’s small weekly newspaper, thinks her small hamlet’s upcoming murder mystery weekend is going to be all about fun, food and frolicking. Instead, when another dead body is discovered in Hemlock Cove, things turn into murder, mayhem and migraines (the latter is mostly thanks to her family, of course).
The body belongs to the town drunk – and no one can figure out who would want to kill him, or why. Bay’s investigation is stymied by her new boss, Brian Kelly, and her old flirtation, FBI agent Landon Michaels, both of whom seem to have more than interviews on their mind.
When you couple that with her cousin Thistle’s obsession with making their Great-Aunt Tillie pay for the curse she recently put on them (you don’t want to know) and her cousin Clove’s conviction that she is not – no matter what the rest of the family says – a blabbermouth, Bay has her hands full.
When the murder investigation takes a turn, though, a long-held Hemlock Cove secret is bound to be exposed. If it is, Bay may find herself in trouble – again – and this is the kind of trouble that she may not be able to find a way out of – even with Aunt Tillie’s help.
Note: These books are full of sarcasm and are a little bit snarky — so read only if you like to laugh and you aren’t easily offended. This is the second book in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest mystery series.
Lately, I have not had the pleasure of reading just for fun as I’ve been writing Sam’s story so I don’t have other books to share. Life has gotten busy again, so now it’s all about finding the time to write. My goal is to have Tarnished Gold out sometime around the new year:)
Here’s the blurb:
Samantha Sungold-Tarnished Gold by Lynn Thompson
When Sam first met Jamie in Sterling, she was homeless, dressed in rags, and a mess. She had no memory of her parents or where she came from. Jamie couldn’t imagine throwing Sam back out on the street, so Jamie took her in and made her part of the family. Now, with Jamie gone on vacation, Sam is left to her own devices.
Sam is home schooled and suspects Drake, her teacher, and Derek, his son, of spying on her house. She would like to know why, but, before her suspicions are confirmed, Sam casts a memory spell to help her piece together her past.
To add to her confusion, a gang of kids bring her into their group. She’s never had friends – at least not any she can remember. Her self-doubt gets in the way as she struggles to figure out how to fit in.
Then Sam’s life really explodes! The spell worked, and her memories are coming back at the most inconvenient times. She’s starting dating a guy she really likes, and she soon realizes she has too many secrets she needs to keep from everybody she knows.
As Sam tries to juggle these new elements in her life, Drake continues to pile on the homework, leaving her no time for her new friends, her new boyfriend, the memories conjured by her spell, or time to figure out why Drake is so interested in her house.
Will the cobwebs of Sam’s past get the best of her?
Will Sam be able to figure out what is going on in time? Or will Drake get the upper hand?
For the giveaway, I’ll be giving one lucky winner my new book Dark Fates Collections before it releases. (Out Sept. 30, 2016). You can check out the excerpt on my Dark Fates Collections link. It’s fairly long since there are many stories in this one book:)