Showing posts from December, 2014

Mid-Century Mayhem Sunburst Clock Contest (And A New Cover!)

UPDATE: Congrats to Felicia R. for being randomly chosen to win the sunburst clock! Thanks to everyone else who participated, and if you haven't yet, sign up for my email list so you never miss another chance to win fun stuff. You know when something seemed like a good idea at the time? Well, readers of my blog know that the cover above is different from the original of this book's release a couple of weeks ago. To wit: Coming up with a book cover is always a tricky proposition, and while I liked the original at the time, I didn't LOVE it. So I had a new one made. And I didn't even need to go back in time to do it.  What do you think? Terrible mistake? Huge improvement? Love/hate 'em both? Leave a comment below (and sign up for my email list if you haven't already), and if you include your email address with your comment (for notification), I'll enter you in a fun contest for a chance to win this swank mid-century modern sunburst clo

New Release Equals A Free Read!

Mid-Century Mayhem is now out! It's the start of a 4 book series that will take the reader from 1950s Detroit to Gothic backwoods in the 1970s to a Regency ballroom in the 1810s ...and beyond: Modern day Nashville and 1950s Detroit clash worse than an IKEA futon and a plaid Barcalounger when a free-spirited interior designer and a strait-laced automotive engineer find themselves in another time. TOMS-wearing Olivia Haugen and Madras-shirted Kyle Daniels have no idea why they've ended up in 1954 Michigan, but it's probably not because of all the swank mid-century furnishings. Discovering the reason might have something to do with a wily salvage warehouse owner and her not-so-little shop of secrets. If you'd like to read this Kindle book for free (and pretty please leave an honest review when you're done), shoot me an email and I'll send you a Kindle copy. Below is an excerpt from the first chapter to see if you're a 'mid-mod' fan. :)