I’m excited to announce that the latest Flight 12 book is out today!!! In case you’ve lost count, this is number seven in the series — though they need not be read in any particular order. In Michele Scott’s Flight 12: An Evie Preston Thriller… Evie Preston has the most difficult decision of her life […]
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Evie Preston has a difficult decision…
Newest Flight 12 Book Available Now!
Do you know Vincent Zandri? If the name sounds familiar, it’s because he’s one of The Twelve. I bring him up today because he’s the latest member of The Twelve to release a Flight 12 thriller. In Flight 12: A Dick Moonlight PI Thriller, the “head-case” detective tries to escape Albany, NY and the memory […]
Saturday Special: Columbus Day Sale from The Twelve!
The Twelve wants YOU aboard Fight 12! Have you started reading the Flight 12 project yet? Here’s your chance to catch up with the most extraordinary mystery/thriller series anywhere. Celebrate our favorite Italian, Christopher Columbus, and get aboard Flight 12 to Rome! CLICK HERE: COLUMBUS DAY SALE SATURDAY/SUNDAY/MONDAY ONLY!! Happy Thanksgiving to our Canadian Friends! […]
Meet My Character Blog Tour: Jess Kimball
Welcome to the Meet My Character Blog Tour! Thanks to M. Ruth Myers for inviting me to play along. Over on her blog, we met her character Maggie Sullivan. She tagged me to answer questions next, so here goes! Today we’re getting to know Jess Kimball. Jess Kimball is the star of Fatal Distraction, Fatal […]
Where You Can Go in 16 Hours 50 Min
What’s the longest airline route you’ve ever taken? My flight to Italy a few years ago was about ten hours long. If you’re able to sleep for six hours or so, that leaves you with an hour to get settled, a couple hours to read, and an hour to munch on meals and flip through […]
Today is National Defy Superstition Day (No Joke!)
Can you believe we’ve got a National Defy Superstition Day? (Who knew?) Are you superstitious? Kim Otto isn’t, but in Get Back Jack, she’s amused when Frances Neagley says, “Fist bump. It’s what the special investigators always did before and after a mission.” “Who knew you were so superstitious,” Kim said. Defying superstitions is the […]
Aaron Patterson Boards Flight 12
The latest book in The Twelve‘s Flight 12 series is out today! Kirk Weston has a problem–he can’t keep his big mouth shut and this time it could cost him his life. Trapped and beyond the help of his old partner in crime Mark Appleton, he has only one chance to escape… Sometimes life gives you […]
Summertime and the Snowbird Living is Easy
Have I always been a little on the feisty side? Sure. It’s the way I’m made, I guess. You see evidence of that in everything I write, don’t you? Think about my characters Willa Carson, Jess Kimball, Jenny Lane, Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar and more. All are way more than a little on the […]
Saturday Special: Fascinated or Frightened?
Over on my blog this week, we explored a couple of fascinating and frightening topics. 1) The idea of creating a database of faces that can be analyzed by technology is both fascinating and frightening. If a machine could scan your face to reveal your identity, banking passwords, and personal information, would you be mostly […]
How To Avoid Virtual Kidnapping
Forewarned is Forearmed 16th Century Proverb Did you know that virtual kidnapping is as pervasive as telemarketing? (It’s crazy the things you learn while researching your next thriller novel. Virtual kidnapping is a topic I explored during research for my book, Flight 12: A Jess Kimball Thriller.) Here’s how virtual kidnapping works. Typically, the scam artist calls […]
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