They say good things come to those who wait. A Kind of Death may have dropped on April 4, but the celebration of my new book and the launch of a brand-new series didn't take place until May 11. And it was worth the wait.
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OUT NOW: A Kind of Death
A Kind of Death, book one in the brand-new Cav Crawford series by Josh Aterovis, is out now! Available wherever you buy books. Shop local and support small bookstores!
Book Release Party
Celebrate the launch of my new book with me and special guests Cherub Borne and Jesus Vice 007.
Cover Reveal: A Kind of Death
A Kind of Death, my long-awaited first book in the brand new Cav Crawford Mystery series is available now for pre-order from Dreamspinner Press! Print copies will be available on April 4. Check out this gorgeous cover from Kris Norris.
It's been a few months since you've heard from me and, for that, I apologize, but I do have news about the upcoming A Kind of Death!
Big news about my new book.
A Kind of Death
t's been a little while since my last update, and that's because there's been a lot happening. I was hoping to make this next update with some good news — and that may still be coming — but I didn't want to let the year end without letting you know what's going on.
Twenty Years of Bleeding Hearts
It's hard to believe that I've been writing professionally for 20 years, but here we are. Bleeding Hearts, the first book in my Killian Kendall Mysteries series, was first published in 2001. And yet, somehow, Killian has only aged three years! Unlike me.
Happy Pride Month!
Happy Pride Month! I've been fortunate enough to have my books included in a few Pride book displays this June. I can't even begin to tell you how much that means to me.
Excerpt #2 from A Kind of Death
Prologue He rushed to catch up to the others, but the ground was uneven, and he kept tripping. They’d almost been to the house when someone had realized they’d forgotten the EMF meter. They’d all forgotten it, but, of course, Kyle sent him back to the car to get it. It sucked being the youngest, even if it was only by a few months. Kyle liked to think he was the leader of their group. Technically, he was the club president, but only because the school required they have officers in order to be recognized. Kyle was the bossiest, but they all liked to order him around.