Do you like board games? Today, one of my blog tour stops is with Teri Polen, where I take a look at popular “game nights” in the late 1800s. The most popular form of entertainment might just surprise you. I hope you’ll pop over to take a look-see.
And while you’re there, check out Teri’s blog. She’s got her own brand new release with The Gemini Connection. We’re sharing virtual bubbly together 🙂
I’m thrilled to host Mae Clair today with her new release, Cusp of Night. I became a fan of Mae’s after reading the first page of her Point Pleasant series, and can’t wait to dive into this new novel!
Hi, Teri and Teri’s readers! It’s great to be here today to talk about my new mystery / suspense novel Cusp of Night. I have a fondness for things that are unusual and otherworldly, so this book has a more than a touch of the supernatural among its pages. With dual timelines, it tells the story of Maya Sinclair in the present—a woman who was clinically dead for two minutes and twenty-two seconds—and Lucinda Glass, a renowned medium of the late 1800s. Both timelines converge at the end, tying past and present together in one neat bow. The past was especially interesting to write, as I was able to delve into…
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