Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

I’m excited to tell you about author Simone St. James’ latest release, THE SUN DOWN MOTEL, coming out today.

This sounds like a fascinating story. Here’s some information on it.


By Simone St. James
*Paperback | $16.00
*Published by Berkley
*Oct 20, 2020
*352 Pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4
*ISBN 9780440000204

 Welcome to Fell, NY. It’s no usual place.

For decades, the small town of Fell has been a place where girls grow up being warned by their mothers to be careful or they’ll end up like Cathy Caldwell, the girl who was murdered and found under an overpass, or Victoria Lee who was killed and dumped on a jogging trail on the edge of town. There are a lot of dead girls in Fell.

One particular unsolved missing persons case is the reason behind Carly Kirk’s visit to town. Carly has always been fascinated by her aunt Viv, who disappeared in the 80’s while working at the Sun Down Motel before Carly was born. Using a small inheritance from her deceased mother, Carly leaves college to go to Fell and figure out what happened to her aunt thirty-five years ago. 

Soon Carly is mirroring her aunt’s life, working the same night shift at the motel, which hasn't changed since 1982. The guest book is still handwritten, the rooms still have actual keys, and the Wifi is spotty at best. But that’s not the only unsettling thing about the Sun Down Motel. Doors are opening themselves. Someone prank calls the front desk every night with only static on the other end of the line. Lights go out. And then there’s the mysterious smell of cigarette smoke with no smokers in sight.

As Carly uncovers more about the mysterious happenings at the motel and Fell’s secrets, she discovers that Viv had been trying to unravel mysteries of her own—including a possible serial killer working in Fell targeting women. If Carly can find the answers Viv was searching for, she might be able to solve the mystery that has haunted her family for years. But as Carly digs deeper, she puts herself in front of the same dangers that faced her aunt all those years ago.

The story moves between Carly Kirk in 2017 and her aunt Viv Delaney in 1982—two equally fearless women determined to uncover the truth.  James seamlessly weaves together both time periods and crafts a novel so scary and propulsive that readers will find themselves at the edge of their seats, ripping through the pages to connect the dots while simultaneously never wanting the ride to end.

Here’s an audio sample from Soundcloud for your listening pleasure. 

Meet the Author

Photo credit Lauren Perry
Simone St. James is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of The Broken GirlsLost Among the Living, and The Haunting of Maddy Clare. She wrote her first ghost story, about a haunted library, when she was in high school, and spent twenty years behind the scenes in the television business before leaving to write full-time.

She lives just outside Toronto, Canada, with her husband and a spoiled rescue cat. She is addicted to sushi, old 1970's gothic novels, rainy days, coffee, and My Favorite Murder.

You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, and Pinterest (though not all at once). * Photo credit: Lauren Perry

Thanks for stopping by today. Doesn’t this sound like one of those stories you’d have to read only during the daylight hours?

Monday, October 19, 2020

Limitless (+ Giveaway)

by Kaylene Winter
*A Less Than Zero Rockstar Romance, #2
*Publication date: October 9th, 2020
*Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

“She snuck up on me and stole my heart…

Sexy Viking drummer Jace Deveraux used his genius marketing skills to help propel Less than Zero (LTZ) to the top.

Friends-with-benefits was the only thing he was capable of.

Until free-spirited social media influencer Alexandria LeRoux made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.

Their secret, spontaneous global hookups were decadent, erotic, extraordinary.

For the first time in his life, Jace wants it all

Including a future with Alex.

Will one fateful night destroy his chance with her forever?

“I’ll travel the world for him…”

Ethereal animal-lover Alex had one goal in mind:

Conquer playboy Jace before they both left Seattle.

Her plans for him certainly didn’t include forever.

But their first time was so sublime, it ruined her for anyone else

What’s a girl to do?

Enjoy him in as many countries as possible, that’s what.

Except Alex has her own dreams and they’re already in motion.

Will Jace ever follow her for a change?

Their lives orbit on different courses, but gravity always seems to pull them back together…

Unless a blast from the past blows their chance to smithereens.

LIMITLESS is book 2 in the Less Than Zero Rockstar Romance Series.

Goodreads / Amazon

Now here's an excerpt for your reading pleasure.

“Please tell me there are beers here.” Without thinking, I ripped off my sweaty t-shirt and grabbed a replacement LTZ shirt out of my bag.

“Um, yeah. Over there.” Alex’s eyes were transfixed at my bare torso as she pointed toward the deck. 

“Great. Well, let’s go.” I gestured, flexing my biceps. She quickly looked away, embarrassed at being caught ogling me.

Externally, I kept a neutral face but internally I was secretly pleased that she liked what she saw. Having a hot, young woman like Alex find you attractive wasn’t the worst thing in the world. Even if I’d never do anything about it.

We headed toward the makeshift bar on the deck. I grabbed a Manny’s and she grabbed a Coke.

“Sucks that me and Zoey can’t drink in front of all of the parents.” Alex pouted. “God, I can’t wait to be twenty-one. Or to be somewhere it doesn’t matter.”

“Ah, it’s not all that different.” I laughed.

“How old are you?” Alex asked.

“Twenty-three.” I smiled. “Too old for you.” 

God, her eyes were the most amazing combination of blue with dark flecks. Her skin a smooth, caramel-colored tan with the slightest pink tinge on her cheeks. With only a hint of mascara and lip gloss, she was quite possibly the most naturally gorgeous woman I’d ever seen.  Girl.  Not that I’d ever, ever, ever do anything about it.

“True, you’re an old man.” Alex’s eyes crinkled when she laughed. “You’re practically retirement age.”

“Ha ha.” I grinned.

“So, Zoey and Ty have really hit it off.” Alex gestured over to where our friends were tangled together, giving each other googly eyes. “They’re a little over the top.”

“Ty’s never had a girlfriend before, so she must be pretty cool.” I knew how girls worked, especially best friends. I wasn’t going to give up any intel to Alex on my man Ty.

“Was that redhaired girl at the club your girlfriend?” Alex cocked her hip and pulled a long drink on her soda. I couldn’t help but watch her lips as she took a swallow of her Coke, thinking that she was more beautiful than the models who usually advertised the beverage. Again, not that I’d ever do anything about it.

“Um, no.” I raised an eyebrow at her.

“Hmmm.  She raised her eyebrow back at me.

“We’re leaving on tour for six months.” I sputtered.

“Uh huh.” She held my gaze.

“She’s not my girlfriend.” I huffed. “Now is not the time for a girlfriend.”

“I said the same thing to Zoey.” Alex looked at me directly. “She’s going to college in the fall, it seems a little irrational to get serious about a dude this summer.”

“Well, I like to tend my own garden. Ty can tend his.” I glanced around, not super interested in the way the conversation was heading.

“Fair enough.” Alex took the hint good-naturedly, absentmindedly playing with a few of the bangle bracelets on her wrist. “I’m not going to college, I want to travel the world. It’s pissing my dad off to no end.”

“Really? Where will you go?” I was genuinely surprised, figuring Zoey and Alex were attached at the hip.

“Everywhere! That’s actually what I wanted to talk to you about. I figure if I can get a good following on Instagram, maybe I could even start funding my travel that way.” She gestured excitedly. “I know it will take a few months, but maybe you know some shortcuts or ways to get there faster.”

“Hmmm, well, I have a marketing degree but in real life I’m not an expert at all. It’s been a bit of trial and error with the LTZ account. Basically, it’s all about watching your analytics and seeing what is working and what isn’t and just doing more of what resonates.” I explained. 

“Well, it will be a piece of cake then,” Alex said sarcastically.

“Look, I can help you get started, I’ve discovered a few shortcuts.” I took another pull of my beer.

“Oh, for the love of God. Get a room,” Alex muttered when her attention was diverted to the show our friends were putting on.

Ty and Zoey were full-on making out in the middle of the backyard and everyone was trying to avert their eyes, which was nearly impossible. I started laughing. Clearly, they didn’t care at all who saw. Why should I?

“Well, Alex the adventuress?” I nudged her with my shoulder. “Are you gonna stare all night or should we figure out a way to make you famous?”

“Yes, please. I’ll need a project because I’m pretty sure that I won’t be seeing much of Zoey for the rest of the summer.” Alex laughed.

I couldn’t help but flash her a smile, hoping my dimples were on full display. Chicks dug my dimples.

“So, um, Jace, just so you know I don’t want to be another annoying Instagram model. No cheesy, posey, pouty stuff. I mean, I’ll do what I need to do, but I want to find a clever way to travel and also raise awareness about animal rights.” Alex said as we walked over to an open bench seat.

“Piece of cake.” I followed her. “No fish lips, only fish.”

Meet the Author

When she was only 15, Kaylene Winter wrote her first rocker romance novel starring a fictionalized version of herself, her friends and their gorgeous rocker boyfriends. After living her own rockstar life as a band manager, music promoter and mover and shaker in Seattle during the early 1990’s, Kaylene became a digital media legal strategist helping bring movies, television and music online. Throughout her busy career, Kaylene lost herself in romance novels across all genres inspiring her to realize her life-long dream to be a published author. She lives in Seattle with her amazing husband and dog. She loves to travel, throw lavish dinner parties and support charitable causes supporting arts and animals.

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Friday, October 16, 2020

The Black-Marketer’s Daughter by Suman Mallick

It’s my pleasure today to welcome a new-to-me author to Thoughts in Progress to tell us about his recent release, THE BLACK-MARKETER’S DAUGHTER.

Praised by the jury of the Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize as a “very complicated and compelling story,” Suman Mallick’s debut novel, THE BLACK-MARKETER’S DAUGHTER, explores how traditional Muslim family values clash with an American love affair, and ignite a political firestorm fueled by winds of anti-Muslim hysteria. 

The Black-Marketer’s Daughter
By Suman Mallick
*Publisher: Atmosphere Press
*Publish Date: Oct 13th, 2020
*Distribution: Ingram
*Paperback: $17.99
*ISBN-13: 9781648261541
*Page count: 166
*Genres: Fiction, Literary Fiction

When a Muslim woman in an arranged marriage is discovered having an illicit affair, violent, fatal consequences ensue, which catapult her into the epicenter of a political firestorm fueled by anti-Muslim hysteria.


When Zuleikha arrives in Texas via arranged marriage from Pakistan, she soon realizes how different life in America is from the portrayals in the confiscated contraband books and movies her father trafficked in to pay for her education and dowry. Having trained as a pianist without ever owning a real piano, she finally has one—a wedding present from her husband. As Zuleikha learns to navigate her new role as a suburban middle-class housewife, she begins to feel diminished by her seemingly kind husband’s regular dismissal. She offers piano lessons to the neighborhood kids, and in doing so begins to find her identity and independence.


Everything changes when Patrick—the father of her young son’s friend—signs up for lessons himself. Zuleihka and Patrick grow closer, and Zuleihka finds herself in love for the first time. Zuleihka is caught between being a good Muslim wife and obedient daughter, and following her heart. Despite how careful she is, the affair is eventually discovered, leading to horrific violence with gruesome and fatal consequences. The ensuing circumstances catapult Zuleihka into the glare of the public eye in a foreign land, where she finds herself at the epicenter of a political firestorm fueled by winds of anti-Muslim hysteria, with different people seemingly using her situation to advance their own hidden agendas.


Now please join me in giving a warm welcome to Suman so is graciously answering some questions about his book and writing. Welcome, Suman.


What inspired you to write this story?



The novel was inspired by an unpublished short story of mine, which itself was inspired when Malala Yousafzai was shot in a school bus for being an activist for female education in 2012. When Malala was shot, I found myself caring deeply for her, but just as much if not more about the untold stories of many other girls like her who suffer and sometimes die under very similar circumstances, but with nowhere near the same level of coverage or outrage. My initial short story was based on a girl like that; she was sharp but ultimately a bit hapless (as a pre-pubescent teen faced with a hopeless fate.) She tries to cope with her situation in a self-destructive way. But in the novel, that young girl has survived, and she is grown up, married, in the US, and dealing with new challenges in her life. I only started writing the novel itself while enrolled in my MFA program at Portland State University, in the winter of 2015, and finished it by the summer of 2016.


Your main character is a woman, how was it writing from a female perspective?



It was terrifying, challenging, but ultimately extremely rewarding. I had an ambitious plan to do something totally different during my two years at the MFA: write in styles and from perspectives that were unlike my own, and also experiment with other forms in which I had no experience (like plays). This was the fourth of six stories with female protagonists that I wrote at that time… this one just happened to keep going and become long enough for a short novel.


But while writing it, over the course of a year I read about sixty books by women authors and with female protagonists, all the way from Alice Munro to Renata Adler to Lydia Davis, Willa Cather to Sue Kaufman to Elena Ferrante, younger writers like Téa Obreht, Jennifer Dubois, and of course the incredible Pakistani writer Bapsi Sidhwa (although I deliberately avoided reading The Pakistani Bride) until after I had written several drafts of my own novel, because I did not want to get any “ideas” from that book subconsciously seeping into my story. A lot of movies and shows were watched, a lot of friends consulted. Parts of the story were workshopped, and important feedback received. All that helped immensely, and at some point, I just got over this fear of “a man writing from a female perspective,” and realized I could do it, because I had done it.


What do you hope readers take away from reading your book?



A, that my book explores life as it often is: messy, and gray (as opposed to black and white), and B, that meaning can still be found of that messiness.


And finally, I think it’s especially applicable in these days of so much controversy about cultural appropriation: if a writer deeply cares about their subject, spends enough time exploring and learning what they don’t know and sets aside what they do, then yes, it is quite possible to write about the “other” (to borrow from Alex Chee’s famous essay) as it has always been.


What was your writing process like - a certain place to write, a certain time, quiet/music, etc.?



When working on this book, I wrote almost entirely during the day while at the university, in blocks of time set aside between teaching and attending my own seminars and workshops, preparing lessons and grading papers and completing assignments. At the university there was a MFA lounge with a gorgeous view and hardly anybody else ever used it, so I pretty much took it over. Occasionally, classes would take place there, and I’d walk over to the library or the quiet-study lounge areas to write. I do like to listen to music as part of the writing process, but only when taking a break or thinking of the next section, not when actually writing. And in those days I almost never wrote at night, because I like to read then.


What was your favorite thing about writing this book?



That’s easy: it’s what I learned when exploring and researching the things that the book is about, none of which is my area of expertise. As you can imagine, writing a novel from the point of view of a Pakistani woman who is a pianist and lives in America, encounters domestic violence, runs afoul of the mosque, and ends up in a legal quagmire, took a lot of research, because I’m neither Pakistani, nor a woman, nor a pianist, nor a lawyer, nor have experience with domestic violence, nor a religious scholar. I met incredible people in the course of my research and made friends with some of them, and that has got to be another favorite outcome of this process. The entire exercise was an opportunity to learn while also exploring my own creative abilities, and on those two counts this particular book is already a resounding success in my life.


Are you working on anything else at the moment?



Yes, I am always working on a couple of new projects, working one out on paper (the screen, really) while another brews in my brain. Although this year has been unusual to say the least. The pandemic and the political and economic crisis all have a direct impact on my day job, and that keeps me very busy, but on top of that getting this book out has taken a lot of work; time that I’d normally set aside to just write has been consumed by a lot of the behind-the-scenes work that goes into publishing a book. But that said, I have a new story written during the pandemic that’s due out in The Gravity of the Thing this year, and another one almost completed, so I am happy about that.


Suman, thanks for stopping by today and sharing this insight into your writing. I think doing research for a book would be so interesting.


For those of you who are not familiar with Suman, here is a bit of background on him.


Suman Mallick received his MFA from Portland State University where he also taught in the English and Creative Writing departments. While his homes away from home include Calcutta, India and Portland, Oregon, Mallick currently resides in Texas with his beloved daughter and dog.


The Black-Marketer’s Daughter is Mallick’s debut novel and was shortlisted for the Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize.


Thanks so much for stopping by today. What are your thoughts on a man writing from a woman’s viewpoint and a woman writing from a man’s viewpoint?

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Reaching for Balance by Jemi Fraser

It’s a pleasure today to tell you about the recent release of author Jemi Fraser’s REACHING FOR BALANCE, the fourth installment in her Boo Moose Romance series.


By Jemi Fraser
*Paperback: 247 pages
*ISBN-10: 1777202523
*ISBN-13: 978-1777202521
*Multicultural Romances, Romantic Suspense
*Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.62 x 9 inches
*Publisher: Jemi Fraser @ Just Jemi Books (Oct. 13th, 2020)

After a shootout, FBI Agent Rebecca Lin has gained temporary custody of her partner’s son while the man battles to survive. Unused to children, Rebecca decides to hide in Bloo Moose, a town she encountered in a previous case. No one in their right mind would ever look for Rebecca in a fishing town.

Gage LaChance runs LaChance lodge, builds boats, and spends as much time in his woods as possible. After the death of his high-school girlfriend he lives life on the surface, never sinking too deep. Life is good and he plans to keep it that way. When the uptight agent he met last spring arrives with a kid in tow, Gage knows something’s up. Agent Lin couldn’t pull off “camping with a nephew” if a tent popped out of her briefcase. Who camps with a briefcase?

Worried about the kid, and drawn inexplicably to the woman, Gage jumps in to help Rebecca learn to relax. Because she lets her guard down, the people looking for the boy find their way to Bloo Moose. Taking off into the woods, they’ll need Gage’s skills and Rebecca’s cool if they’re going to keep the boy safe. The book contains some strong language and sexy times.


Now my thoughts on this entertaining read.

With some stories you suspect the ending is going to be good but it’s the wonderful journey to get there that makes the book hard to put down.

REACHING FOR BALANCE is just such a book. The characters are realistic and fun to follow along with. There interactions are plausible and a mixture of laughs, suspense, and romance.

The author has created a fascinating setting blended with tantalizing characters. Through vivid descriptions the author draws readers into a captivating world with beautiful scenery and unique residents making it a place you wish you could visit in person.

The love/dislike relationship of the main characters, Rebecca and Gage, will have you laughing, holding your breath, and giving a smile of satisfaction. The characters develop, evolve, and seep into your heart with each turning page.

While this is the fourth book in the Bloo Moose Romance series, it can be read as a standalone. However, don’t be surprised if you have a strong desire to read the other books in the series based on the quirky, lovable characters you encounter.

This is one of those books you’ll want to finish before you put it down, while at the same time wishing that the story would never end. A mixture of suspense, family ties, and romance makes this the perfect read.

Thanks everyone for stopping by today I hope I’ve piqued your interest in this book, as well as the series. Do you ever wish you could visit locations described in books you read?

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

A Sew Deadly Cruise (+ Giveaway)

It’s a pleasure to be a part of author Lois Winston’s Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for her latest release, A SEW DEADLY CRUISE, the ninth installment in her Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery.
Join me today as Lois stops by to answer some questions and we learn more about this charming cozy.
A Sew Deadly Cruise
By Lois Winston
*Cozy Mystery
*9th in Series - An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery
*Independently Published (October 1, 2020)
*Print Length: 226 pages
*Digital ASIN: B08F4FTVP6

Life is looking up for magazine crafts editor Anastasia Pollack.
Newly engaged, she and photojournalist fiancé Zack Barnes are on a winter cruise with her family, compliments of a Christmas gift from her half-brother-in-law. Son Alex’s girlfriend and her father have also joined them.
Shortly after boarding the ship, Anastasia is approached by a man with an unusual interest in her engagement ring. When she tells Zack of her encounter, he suggests the man might be a jewel thief scouting for his next mark. But before Anastasia can point the man out to Zack, the would-be thief approaches him, revealing his true motivation. Long-buried secrets now threaten the well-being of everyone Anastasia holds dear. And that’s before the first dead body turns up.
Craft projects included.
A SEW DEADLY CRUISE is available to purchase at the following sites:

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3fwHR7X

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/a-sew-deadly-cruise

Nook: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-sew-deadly-cruise-lois-winston/1137427499?ean=2940162697930

Apple iBooks: https://books.apple.com/us/book/a-sew-deadly-cruise/id1526052822


Now join me in giving a warm welcome to Lois as she answers those questions. Welcome, Lois.

What led you to write a series with a sewing theme?


The Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mysteries is a cozy mystery series where my amateur sleuth is the crafts editor at a women’s magazine. I chose this profession for her because I wanted a crafting series where I wasn’t limited to one type of craft, such as quilting, needlepoint, or scrapbooking. Each book in the series features a different craft.

A Sew Deadly Cruise is the latest book in the series of nine books and three novellas. As the title indicates, this one features sewing crafts, but other books have featured decoupage, knitting and crochet, Christmas ornaments, paper crafts, and many other crafts.

How do you go about researching for your books?


I’m a news junkie. The ideas for most of the plots and subplots in my books have sprung from actual events I’ve read about or seen on the news. I keep a 3-ring binder that’s crammed with news clippings. Whenever I’m stuck for an idea, I’ll sit down with that binder and start reading through the articles until I’m inspired by one of them.

What's the most unusual thing you've learned writing this series?


I’ve learned I can make people laugh. I’m someone who either never remembers the punchline to a joke or totally mangles it. Writing this series has unleased my latent sense of humor. When I began writing years ago, I was penning very dark romantic suspense novels. I had no idea there was this funny person lurking inside me, waiting for the right moment to make her appearance.

List two things you hope readers will take away or remember from reading your book.


I hope that my books provide readers with an enjoyable few hours of mystery and laughter. We can all use an escape from what’s going on in the world around us right now. If my books enable readers a few hours of respite from their worries, I consider that a job well done. And if when they finish a book, they want to read another in the series, that’s an added plus.

Lois, thanks for stopping by today and sharing this insight into your writing.

Meet the Author

USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Lois Winston writes mystery, romance, romantic suspense, chick lit, women’s fiction, children’s chapter books, and nonfiction under her own name and her Emma Carlyle pen name.

Kirkus Reviews dubbed her critically acclaimed Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery series, “North Jersey’s more mature answer to Stephanie Plum.” In addition, Lois is an award-winning craft and needlework designer who often draws much of her source material for both her characters and plots from her experiences in the crafts industry.

For more on Lois and her writing, you can connect with her on the following sites:

Website: www.loiswinston.com

Newsletter sign-up: https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/z1z1u5

Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers blog: www.anastasiapollack.blogspot.com

Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/anasleuth

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Anasleuth

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/722763.Lois_Winston

Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/lois-winston

You can follow Lois’ tour by visiting the sites below. Be sure to enter the giveaway at the end.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Have you ever read a book that talked about a craft project and wished the instructions were included for you to try? Have you ever tried a craft project that was included in a book?


October 1 – eBook Addicts – SPOTLIGHT


October 2 – I'm All About Books – SPOTLIGHT

October 2 – Ascroft, eh? – AUTHOR INTERVIEW

October 3 – Books a Plenty Book Reviews – REVIEW

October 4 – Literary Gold – CHARACTER GUEST POST

October 5 – Celticlady's Reviews – SPOTLIGHT

October 6 – I Read What You Write – GUEST POST

October 6 – Reading, Writing & Stitch-Metic – CRAFT POST


October 7 – Here's How It Happened – REVIEW

October 8 – Hearts & Scribbles – SPOTLIGHT

October 8 – MJB Reviewers – SPOTLIGHT

October 9 – Jane Reads – GUEST POST

October 9 – Socrates Book Reviews – SPOTLIGHT

October 10 – Baroness' Book Trove – CHARACTER GUEST POST

October 11 – Cozy Up With Kathy – GUEST POST

October 11 – The Book Decoder – REVIEW

October 12 – Christy's Cozy Corners – SPOTLIGHT

October 12 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT

October 12 – StoreyBook Reviews – SPOTLIGHT

October 13 – The Pulp and Mystery Shelf – SPOTLIGHT


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