Welcome to This Month's Newsletter
We're happy to announce the release of Blood Marked, the second book in the Selby Jensen Paranormal Mysteries!
Additionally, we have photos from Patti's wedding and news about other releases.
Blood Marked is Now Available on Amazon!
Fresh off a chupacabra kill and a demon goat exorcism, paranormal investigator Selby Jensen could happily rip someone’s head off. Her husband, Dex, who has taken to disappearing in the night is a likely candidate. Her vampire business partner, Johnny Devereaux, moves up on the list, however, when he announces there’s a new client waiting in the outer office — a client brought to them through a Texas Monthly interview Selby didn’t want to give.
Initially resistant, but intrigued that Olivia Reynolds has traveled from Massachusetts, Selby relents, setting the stage for a shocking revelation. Olivia’s blood holds an explosive secret that could upset the delicate balance between human society and the hidden vampire world. But Olivia isn’t the only one whose blood has been marked with forces beyond her control.
What's coming Next?
As usual, Jinx has her hands full. The HBH kids are knee deep in the Howard McAlpin murder case, just as Jinx has a wedding to plan.
Generally she counts on getting by with a little help from her friends, but sometimes a little help is entirely too much!
Coming in October!
Free on Book Funnel
In this prequel novella to Witch at Heart, readers are introduced to the magical roots of Jinx's world through Tori's voice.
Latest Novella Release
Join ROMO agent and werecat Festus McGregor in this second installment of the Jinx Hamilton/Wrecking Crew novellas.
First Wrecking Crew Novella
Werecat Festus McGregor leads his Recovery of Magical Objects Squad on a mission to retrieve the Moonstone Spoon.
If you haven't Read . . .
. . . Descendants of the Rose and want to catch up before the release of Blood Marked, the book is currently available on Amazon.
Yup, it happened. I got married.
John was the first boy who ever kissed me. I was 12 years old; he was 14. That’s right, an older man.
Not wanting to rush into things, we waited 50 years to marry. Only kidding. I’d like to say that fate has a way of messing with your life, but the truth is that I messed with fate. I’d like to imagine that we spent our entire lives as a couple, and that now we can look back on many memories made together, but that’s not what happened. What really happened is that we both had to live our lives apart to get to where we are now. Truth is, if we stayed together, we probably would have broken up somewhere along the way.
I love Mary Chapin Carpenter’s music. She has an incredible way with words. She says in one of her songs, “There’s no such thing as no regrets.” I believe that. I believe there isn’t a person on this planet who doesn’t regret something. I have many regrets about things in my past that I wish I either did, or didn’t do. I can honestly say that I don’t regret that John and I grew apart while growing up. If we didn’t, I’m certain we wouldn’t be together today, and John wouldn’t be the last boy I ever kissed.
Isn’t life funny?
Meanwhile . . .
On her way back to Boston from the wedding, Rana stopped for some photo play at Plimoth Plantation. Her favorite photo of the day is the portrait of the historical re-enactor (below) who was regaling visitors with a description of the voyage from London to the New World.