SKIES OF ASH by Rachel Howzell Hall Reviewed

SKIES OF ASH Rachel Howzell Hall 2015 Forge There are authors that evoke emotion or a sense of place immediately with their writing. Rachel Howell Hall with her second book has already done this for me, I am transported right into LA when I read her books, I feel the sun on my back and hear the noise of the streets. I feel the frustration of her characters. Elouise Norton, Lou, is a homicide cop in LA and she is working the streets she learned to know growing up. In this second outing Lou and her partner Colin Taggert are investigating a fire that left a family dead, all but the father who seems to have rushed back in to save his family. As...

AUTHOR WORK-SPACES: Passman, Howzell Hall and Milc...

This is our latest in a series of author’s sharing photos of where they work when they create the great books we love to read. I find it interesting that the work spaces seem to be a different at the writing styles. If you click on the photos you can see them larger. Don Passman: Because I have a family and a “day gig”, I’ve had to learn how to get into and out of the writing zone quickly. So even if I only have a half hour, I can jump into the writing, jump back out at the end, then come back later and pick it right up. As to the desk, well, a neat, uncluttered desk is the sign of a sick mind. Don’s latest is THE AMAZING HARVEY...