I chose a male voice for “Rock Star” and a female voice for “Wild Image.” It’s a new program with a sort of text-to-speech AI situation, but I think it’s sounds great. Give the samples a listen! They are both $3.99 which is a great deal for audio.
Kensington has all of my historical romances series on sale for the next couple of days, both The Redcakes and The Grand Russe Hotel series. Snap up the books now while they are cheap! https://www.amazon.com/Heather-Hiestand/e/B004NG0A98 https://www.amazon.com/Heather-Hiestand/e/B004NG0A98
The Marquess of Cake is on sale for just $1.99 today and tomorrow! You can pick it up at any etailer. Here is Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Marquess-Cake-Redcakes-Book-ebook/dp/B00BNKMFGS
Enjoy Mother’s Day with this peek into Mandy Meadow’s backyard. It’s lilac season in Seattle, so I’m sure she would be journaling out in her yard with a good cup of coffee. Don’t know who Mandy is? Check out Journaled To Death (Journaling Mysteries #1) available now!
Haldana and Gerry’s book is here!
If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen…
Take one country music superstar. Add a workaholic chef. Mix in a small town, too much family, and a pinch of music. Bake until love rises.
Chef Haldana Connolly’s heart might be permanently scarred by the bad breakup she had last year. At twenty-two, she’s focused on starting a new catering career, and now she’s ready to move, too, if she can find a roommate to help her pay the rent on her boss’s vacant house.
Texas-born Gerry Dealy is the youngest member of the biggest family act in country music. He’s ready to show his older brother and sister that he can be the band’s songwriter. When he heads to a small town in Washington State to pull the band’s music director into his scheme, he finds himself renting a house with the guy’s sexy cousin. What can he do but settle in and try his best?
Fate has a way of sneaking into the cracks of a busy life and turning attraction into love…
Wild Image has a new cover and a new price to better reflect that it’s the prequel to my Charisma series. It’s just $.99 now! Set in Baltimore, this prequel occurs ten years before the start of The Rock Star’s Christmas Reunion.
I’m very excited to continue the series with The Country Star’s Valentine, which will be out early next year. It’s just gone to beta readers now, and then it will go to my editor. Yeah!
Wild Image blurb:
A hot romance with a younger man is Kasee’s ticket back to stardom…but what if she’s just too wild for Dion?
Blond, bubbly, and single-minded Kasee Kean is a reality TV star, holding onto her celebrity status by the tips of her manicured fingers. Handsome, street-smart Dion Hamilton is a professional photographer in search of a subject. When the two meet outside a pub one sultry spring night, sparks fly and careers are re-ignited.
Losing her mind on camera during her divorce cost Kasee her featured spot on the Ladies of Baltimore television show, but she has a plan to regain her job. A romance with a darkly sexy younger man, manufactured for the tabloids, will put her back on top. But what happens when she wants her made-for-television romance with Dion to be real?
Dion isn’t sure what kind of person Kasee is underneath her perfect exterior, and some parts of his life aren’t camera-ready. Still, he can see her vulnerability, and she does have a way of punching excitement into his life. Is this a relationship he should run from, or is there a chance she’s the one?
My crime fiction alter-ego, Heather Redmond, has a new book out in the UK on Halloween – my first cozy mystery, Journaled to Death! It will be out in the US on February 4th.
Artist Stand made me a coloring page to celebrate. Save it to your computer and print it out for you and your loved ones to enjoy!
I’ve been doing skull studies in a painting class this week, which got me thinking about the history of this sort of thing. Did you know that “Gray’s Anatomy” was first published in 1858? It is in it’s 41st edition now. The author was born in Belgravia in 1827 and spent 18 months dissecting unclaimed bodies before creating his anatomy textbook. He could do this because of an 1832 British law that gave free license to various professionals to take these bodies. Better than selling them, right? There were some horrific scandals about that that have popped up in fiction ever since…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray%27s_Anatomy
Henry Gray, a historical hottie (check out his photo), died young of smallpox, which he caught when caring for his nephew. Such a sad story. He sounds like a romantic hero to me!
If you want to see my skull studies, check them out at http://www.instagram.com/hiestandheather