#ReblogAlert – Swamp Ghosts featured on Smorgasbord Today!

Today, I’m absolutely thrilled to be part of one of Sally Cronin’s newest features, Sharing an Excerpt from a Previous Book.  I hope you’ll stop by and check out the excerpt I’ve chosen, part of the Prologue from my second book, Swamp Ghosts. It was a trip to write this scene, and I hope you’ll enjoy it. But rest assured, the entire book is not a walk through this guy’s mind. It’s an introduction to a small, Florida town, filled with mostly friendly, though often eccentric folks, who have no idea what’s lurking in the shadows. And oh, yeah, there IS a love story, too, as the wonderful review Sally included mentions.  

Hope you’ll head over and see for yourself, and will remember that this is an offer open to all, as well. Sally includes instructions on how to submit YOUR own excerpt from an older book, and you really should take advantage of the opportunity. 

My heartfelt thanks to Sally for all she does to help us promote our work! And to see what’s afoot in Riverbend via her wonderful post, click HERE. 


17 thoughts on “#ReblogAlert – Swamp Ghosts featured on Smorgasbord Today!

    • Thanks, Jan. Once again, Sally is providing us a great way to stir up interest in our older books. I’m so happy to have been able to take part, and hope to do so again in the future. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!


    • Thank you so much, Debby! That’s wonderful to know, and I’m glad this scene brought back good memories, even if the scene is pretty creepy. 😀 Still, I tried to balance the creepy with moments that were fun, beautiful, and loving, too. Very glad to know you enjoyed it! And thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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      • That’s one of the things I enjoy so much about your books, Marcia – the balance between light and dark moments. And I always enjoy a peek into the villain’s head, it makes them so much more ‘real’.

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        • Thanks, again, Debby. That’s exactly why I include them. But I don’t think I’m capable of writing a book without funny moments to break the tension, and tender ones because I enjoy them, myself. And I insist on all the bad guys being dealt with one way or the other, because when I read a book (or series, eventually) that DOESN’T do that, I’m angry, and have to kill them off in my mind. 😀 I want the bad guy done IN in a fitting manner, and all the vampires STAKED in their coffins before I see The End on the page. 😀 It’s only right. 😀

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