Blog Tour Preview

novel horseshoes and hand grenades on iphone with coffee ripped jeans

Next week marks my virgin foray into the wonderful world of blog tours. Blog what? you might ask. A blog tour, I repeat. What is a Blog Tour? A blog tour is essentially a virtual book tour. In the old days, and in the today days for big-name authors backed by big-name publishing houses, authors … Continue reading Blog Tour Preview

"Horrifying at the Right Moments"

woman red shirt holding tablet book cover horseshoes and hand grenades

This reader review of my book Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is from a few weeks ago, but I'm just now finding time to post it. (I've been moving.) I completely respect the reviewer's different take on modern sexuality, and appreciate that the story of Astrid and Shelby resonated with her. Here's her review: Great read … Continue reading "Horrifying at the Right Moments"

A Little Book Problem

Friday Night Drinks on a little book problem blog

This past Friday night, I enjoyed virtual drinks and convo with Julie of the lovely book review blog, A Little Book Problem. She makes a mean vodka gimlet as well as whatever drink that is in the photo! Check out Julie's Friday Night Drinks post to learn about my go-to hangover cure, the sports detail … Continue reading A Little Book Problem

The Global Community of Book Bloggers

Book review bloggers are doing for authors what YouTube has done for musicians: Making it possible for aspiring unknowns to make it big and become well-known, often well-loved artists. Gone are the days when record house and publishing house executives wielded all the power. Today, the people have much of that power, as the Internet … Continue reading The Global Community of Book Bloggers

HAHG Review: "A timely book for the #MeToo age"

amazon review of horseshoes and hand grenades by eileen o'finlan

Authors know that no book appeals to everyone, and that not every reader will enjoy our books. So it's extremely gratifying when a reader "gets it" -- not only enjoying and appreciating the story, but understanding 100% what you were trying to say and why you said it and wrote it the way you did. … Continue reading HAHG Review: "A timely book for the #MeToo age"