I’ve got another post happening today at Sue Vincent’s blog. The lovely Sue is a huge supporter of authors and has an extremely diverse blog with writing prompts, photography, historical accounts and more–not to mention Sue’s books. Hop on over to check it out, along with my post about why Cusp of Night was originally called The Blue Lady of Hode’s Hill. It’s a bit of a “colorful” post 🙂
Cusp of Night Takes Readers from Circus, to Tea Room, to Séance
Sue, many thanks for having me on your blog today. I’m delighted to be here to share my newest release, Cusp of Night. The first book in my Hodes Hill series, Cusp is a mystery/suspense novel that can be enjoyed as a standalone. I have two timelines in this book, one set in the past and one in the present. Both ultimately converge at the end in a tidy bow. 😊
When the reader first meets Lucinda Glass—my lead character in the past—she’s eking out an existence as a trapeze artist in Oliver’s Emporium and Traveling Show. The year is 1897 and Lucinda is known by the name she was born with—Lucy Strick. She’s an attractive twenty-year-old with a flowing black hair, blue-white eyes, and a lithe body. Gorgeous, right?
Men are more than willing to look…
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