Firstly, I want to tell you all that there’s a story from the Riddler’s Edge world out today, featuring Pru as the narrator. She and Greg take a trip to the enclave of Snowy Hollow, where it’s always winter. And, because my characters are just darned unlucky, they wind up in a spot of trouble while they’re there. The blurb and the store links are at the bottom.
If you’ve been following my website or my newsletter, you’ll know that I was unsure of whether to keep releasing while all of this was going on. But so many people wrote to me to tell me that reading is keeping them sane right now, so as long as people want to read my books, I’ll keep writing them (honestly, I’m not sure I could stop if I tried!). Here’s a little idea of what I’m planning for the coming months:
There’ll be another release from the main series this summer, with Ash as the narrator once more – I’m working on it right now, and having a blast. I’d always intended for the Riddler’s Edge series to be seven books – everything was wrapped up and the characters got their happy endings. But so many new ideas kept cropping up that I just had to get back to the series. There will be a little bit more from Katy Kramer, too, albeit a little later this year – Hamish still has to find a way to become a man again, after all. I can’t leave that guy hanging! And there’s another Wayfair Witches adventure plotted as well – I’m really looking forward to writing that one.
In other news, we’re still on lockdown here in Ireland, although they have reopened garden centres and hardware stores, which is a relief, because gardening and DIY keep my husband busy 🙂 It’s taken me a while to get used to things – I’m a creature of routine – but I’ve finally settled in to this version of normality. There’s been lots of reading and writing, and we’ve been baking so much that I’m going to be a couple of stone heavier when this is all over.
I know there are places in the world far worse affected than Ireland, and my hopes and prayers are with you all. Stay safe everyone, and thanks so much for reading.
A romantic getaway turns deadly …
When Pru and Greg head to the enclave of Snowy Hollow for the Winter Wizard Festival, they’re looking forward to a weekend of snow-filled fun. But Snowy Hollow is not what they expected. The enclave is ruled by the Byrne coven, whose hobbies include: being mean to the yeti, blaming other people for their crimes, and littering the enclave with upmarket bars and terrible food.
When Pru predicts the death of a famous sportsman, Oscar Brown, things take a deadly turn.
Pru and Greg find themselves suspected of Oscar’s murder, and unable to escape the enclave. Together with some newfound friends, they set out to track down the real killer, stop the Byrnes from destroying the enclave, and find a way home.
There will be mystery, vampire magic, and a whole lot of snacking along the way …
June 18, 2020 at 1:47 am
I just started it and I am so hopeful that there may be a HEA ending?!?
June 18, 2020 at 3:01 pm
But of course 🙂
January 28, 2021 at 12:33 am
I read this back in November; what fun! I’ve been so busy going back and forth between Riddler’s Edge and the Wayfairs I haven’t had time to get acquainted with Katy yet (what a fun problem), but I will. Thanks for so many great reads!
January 28, 2021 at 11:52 am
Yeah, this one was great fun to write. I hope to go back to Snowy Hollow sometime in the future, because I just love Kang so much.