Thursday, March 7, 2013

The Wives of Bath Press

The Wives of Bath Press. That's us. Trying to starting your own book publishing business? Step close. So far, the technical stuff is killing us. The 'us' is my writing buddy and biz partner, Baird Nuckolls, and me. Or is it I? Once we claw our way out of the basement of the Learning Curve, we'll be just fine! Meanwhile, two of our books are out.

Death Runs in the Family - Book Three of the Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries, This award-winning humorous series revolves around a Silicon Valley family that own a detective agency. Finalist in the EPIC Best eBook Mystery 2013. Results of that soon!

The Dragons of Graham -
Who knew dragons were so demanding? All the dragons at Graham want something. The band dragon is hoarding silver. The dragon in the girls' locker room wants more water, and the library dragon wants his own library card. One even wants her sister, Rosie, as a snack. Blech! Katie has to learn how to navigate the halls of her new middle school, deal with the populars, and try not to lose her best friend, Maia, all while figuring out how to satisfy the members of a mythical race she didn't even know existed.

More to come! Check out what we have and come back for more.

Friday, March 1, 2013

The Books We Love Blurbathon Continues


Deadly Secrets by Jude Pittman

Welcome to Indian Creek, Texas, where you'll meet some amazing characters. Kelly McWinter, a retired cop who suffered a personal tragedy that caused him to quit the force. Kelly's dog, Jake, a German Shepherd who has fought some battles of his own, and Cameron G. Belscher III, owner of the Hideaway Bar and Barbecue and Kelly’s best friend.

A Clint Eastwood, John Wayne type of guy, Kelly has been coming to grips with his personal grief and is once again feeling the pull to return to law enforcement. That decision escalates when he and Jake find one of the Hideaway’s favourite characters dead on the floor of the flea market.

Coincidences, the emergence of a secret life, a treasure, an heiress searching for her birth mother and the ulterior motives of some of the Creek’s own citizens all have Kelly scrambling to uncover the truth before his best friend ends up being convicted of a crime that Kelly is positive he didn’t commit.

"Deadly Secrets is a mystifying tale with several twists and turns and an ending that surprised me. This book has an old-fashioned detective story feel to it that is charming and complements the small town atmosphere ... the story had a good flow, with well fleshed out characters and I would look forward to reading more suspense from this author." ~ Fallen Angel Reviews

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Come back March 3 for a blurb from BWL author Shirley Martin.