Archive for the mysteries Category
MASON’S MISSING is the first book in my newest series. Up until now, I have only written novels in The Advocate Series. In book #6, The Advocate’s Felony, I had a character named Tuper that became a fan favorite. When The Advocate’s Felony was released, I had request after request for more Tuper. Since Tuper didn’t fit in San Diego in JP and Sabre’s world, I started his own series. Tuper is an old cowboy who lives near Helena, Montana. He likes three things, women, guns, and gambling. In the new series, Tuper meets up with an unlikely sidekick, a young computer hacker. The dialog between these two was really fun to write.MASON’S MISSING is available for Pre-Order now and will release on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Please join me for the Facebook Launch on Teresa Burrell Fan Page from 4:00 to 7:00 PDT. I will also be making a personal appearance to launch the paperback version on Saturday, October 7, at 10:30 a.m. at The Ontario Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Way, Ontario, California. Come by and say hello if you can. In honor of the release of MASON’S MISSING, The Advocate’s Felony will be FREE on Kindle from 10/2 through 10/6. Download a copy if you haven’t already, and please tell your friends.Keep on reading…
The Advocate, the first book in my Advocate Series, just received a facelift. I just had someone design a new cover and I must tell you it is receiving a huge number of hits on Kindle since the change. The paperback will be released soon with the new cover on Amazon as well.
The Advocate’s Betrayal and The Advocate’s Conviction are also receiving new covers which will be updated real soon.
Please let me know what you think of the new look.
Unfortunately, I don’t get to read as many books as I’d like. I’ve never spent so much time surrounded by books and not able to read them. It seems if I’m not at a book signing, I’m writing. But I’ve managed to read a few and most recently I’ve been listening to books on tape since I’m spending an inordinate amount of time in the car.
A dear friend of mine recommended Philippa Gregory’s “The Red Queen,” which I just finished. Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres—second only to mysteries. And the Tudor era is of particular interest to me. It was a wonderful read and I’d highly recommend it if you have any interest in that genre. I’m anxious to read the rest of her novels.
“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” is now playing in my car as I drive from one book signing to another. Yes, I finally got around to Stieg Larsson and it’s about time. What a treat. Although I’m only on the third disc, out of about thirteen, I’ve already purchased “The Girl Who Played with Fire.” It’s a very compelling story. I think it’s a particularly good book to listen to on tape because the names are all so unfamiliar and on tape you don’t have to stumble over them. I guess we can’t all be an Olson or a Johnson…oh wait…I was a Johnson.
So, what are you reading?