Wednesday, June 20, 2012
BLOG TOUR: Love Is Murder, Heart-Pounding Stories Of Romance Suspense
As he sat in the run-down bar, brooding over a glass of whiskey, Rex McCready decided that his life was a series of battles in a war that would never end, and he wasn’t on the winning side very often.
“Hey, thought I’d find you here.”
His best friend, former cell mate and current business partner in Bodyguards R Us, Virgil Skinner, slid onto the bar stool next to him.
“What happened this time?” Virgil wanted to know.
“The same thing that happens every time,” he grumbled. He and Laurel Hodges, Virgil’s sister, just couldn’t get along. They loved each other, but they were both too damaged to make the relationship work, and the stress of having recently entered WITSEC—the witness protection program—together with Virgil and his wife, Peyton, only made matters worse.
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Brenda Novak's bio:
“When I first got the idea to become a novelist, it took me five years to teach myself the craft and finish my first book,” Brenda Novak says. “I learned how to write by reading what others have written. The best advice for any would-be author: read, read, read…”
Brenda sold her first book, and the rest is history. A New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of forty novels, Brenda Novak has been nominated for a prestigious RITA award three times and won The National Reader’s Choice Award, the Bookbuyer’s Best, the Bookseller’s Best, the Writer Touch Reader Award, the Golden Quill, the Hold Medallion and the Award of Excellence, among others.
Brenda and her husband, Ted, live in Sacramento and are the proud parents of five children—three girls and two boys. She juggles her writing career with her children’s softball and soccer games, field trips, carpool runs and homework sessions. When she’s not spending time with her family or writing, Brenda is usually working on her annual fundraiser for diabetes research—an online auction held on her website (www.brendanovak.com) every May. To date, she has raised nearly $1.4 million for this cause.