Fairy Godmurder by Sarah J. Sover: Let’s Solve Some Murders

What's a better combo than fairies and crime-fighting? When someone murders Gwen's first fairy godmother charge, her life takes a turn and she becomes a crime fighter. If the cops can't figure out who did it, she will. Little does she know that that first murder was only the beginning and she'd be hunting a serial killer years later.

The Maid by Nita Prose: Voice, Trauma, and Finding Your People

Ok, I want to start this off by talking about a different book. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. When I read that book, it blew my goddamn mind. It spoke to the deepest parts of me and it had a voice that was both unique and very specific. The Maid didn't make me feel the exact same, but it was very close.

The Project: I Don’t Know How I’m Still Alive

Y'all, prepare yourself! I was very nervous going into this book because cults scare me. The lack of control, the initiation, the smart people being brought in even when they know better. It's scary. But me not reading a Courtney Summers book was not going to happen so I swept my fears into a corner… Continue reading The Project: I Don’t Know How I’m Still Alive

Festive Mayhem: Excerpt & Giveaway

If you’re looking for a good mystery with a little holiday twist, look no further. Today I’m participating in the FESTIVE MAYHEM Book Blast featuring 10 talented authors with stories of mystery, crime, and suspense with a holiday flair. Genre: Mystery AnthologyPublisher: Marla Bradeen (October 26,2020)eBookPrint Length: 159 PagesASIN: BO8F3HLH67 Ten crime writers of color… Continue reading Festive Mayhem: Excerpt & Giveaway