Thanks to everyone who nominated Binding Shadows for the 2020 Swoon Awards in the Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy category. I'm so deeply honored to be in this incredible lineup with authors and books that got me through the dumpster fire that was 2020! "Swoonies" is an award by and for readers: vote now for your favorite … Continue reading Vote for your favorite romances in the Swoon Awards
Every summer the Seattle Arts & Lectures and the Seattle Public Library puts out a bingo card for summer reading. They just released the 2020 version here! And if any excuse to read more books wouldn't be reason enough, there are PRIZES!! Gift cards to local indie bookseller and grand prizes including a subscription to … Continue reading Adult Book Bingo: Play Along with the Seattle Public Library
1. Hemingway, the cat, is a nod to the polydactyl cats of Key West, Florida. Author Ernest Hemingway famously lived on the island and was gifted the first "mitten cat" by sailors in 1930. The museum grounds now house a thriving community of many toed cats. Like Hemi, almost all calico cats are female - … Continue reading 5 Details Readers Miss in Binding Shadows
What if the human half of the shifter didn't like the ability -- or felt it hindered their professional life or relationships?
“I can see it, you know, the black blade of yours. When you bait me it flares up, like it realizes exactly what you’re about to get yourself into.” “And what might that be?” Ana's lips caressed the words. “A fight.”