I’m excited to kick off another Moonlight and Mystery blog series, this one on each author’s favorite hero or heroine! In the past, we’ve done a series of posts on settings for our novels and a book that impacted our childhood. But this is the first time we’ve had to pick favorites! I’m not going to lie, as an avid reader, it’s tough. I did a post on my own blog years ago on my favorite fictional couples, and I forced myself to narrow it down to five (note – I had not read The Bronze Horseman yet!). But one hero OR heroine? Nearly impossible. Read more “Favorite Heroine: The Bronze Horseman’s Tatiana”
A new release from one of the Moonlight and Mystery Authors is the feature for this Friday’s post…check out the blurb and excerpt for Dangerous Currents by Kathryn Knight below, and grab a new read for the weekend! Read more “Second-chance Romance filled with Secrets + Suspense ~ New Release!”
I’m kicking off our next blog series here on Moonlight & Mystery (if you missed our last one, each author discussed fun details about the setting of one of her books; start here with my post on Cape Cod!) Today we begin a look back at a book from our youth that inspired us in some way—a novel that maybe made us fall in love with reading, drew us to a new genre, sparked our imagination, or inspired us to write our own stories someday.
Read more “The Book That Made Me Love Ghosts + Romance”
Welcome to Moonlight and Mystery! We are glad you have visited and hope you’ll come by every Friday to read about some of the fascinating places we’ve set our novels! Sometimes a setting can serve as a character in and of itself, whether it’s a cozy small town, a bustling city, a seaside harbor, an exotic foreign country, a mysterious bayou, a Gothic castle…the possibilities are endless, but the author usually has a good reason to choose a setting, and we’re going to explore some of those reasons—without spoilers, of course—and we’d love to hear from you in the comments section!