Two encouraging reviews for Angel Thief from Arkali at The Romance Reviews and Dhympna at The Culinary Carnivale. I don't know if reviewers know how important they are in authors' lives, but you are. Feedback, helpful crit and encouragement on the writing journey.
I don't want to jinx the flow of words so I haven't spoken much about my current project. It's still in the paranormal romance subgenre, but I think it has a sharper edge, almost urban fantasy. Can't talk about it. The heroine is insisting that I just get on with writing because she has a heap of trouble avalanching down on her and she needs to blast her way out.
So I have to finish this untitled work, go back to "Persian Flames" from the Out of the Bottle series and finish it, and then, and only then, can I get on with a historical romance that's been nagging me for...probably a year, when I stop to think about it. This is such a good story. I love the adventure stories from 1920s England, those by Sapper, Wodehouse, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham and oh hell, my memory...the author of Berry and Co. I know that it was a tough time for many, many people, but the romantic fantasy world of flappers and cocktails and weekend houseparties is irresistible.