There are two romances for the price of one in this fascinating book, and the paranormal elements are skillfully woven through the entire story. Don’t worry if you’re not a fan of ghost stories—I didn’t think I was but this book convinced me otherwise…The settings were described using wonderful language and imagery, and the quality of the writing overall was very high….I definitely recommend this book if you want something intellectual and a little bit different to sink your teeth into.
This week Karen will be visiting the Star Chamber Show live podcast with co-hosts Holly Phillippe, Daniel Dark, and Stephen Zimmer. The show begins at 9:00 p.m. EST.
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There will be a live chat room running during the show, the hosts may take questions and comments from listeners.
Ms. Roman is exotic and mysterious, but over the course of the story we are lured into her world right along with Catherine. Black Jaguar, Hermès scarf, dark sunglasses, eastern European accent… if these things do it for you, then Ms. Roman is your lady….
It was wonderful to experience a visit to the moors through Catherine’s eyes. I felt like I was right there with her as the mist descended and a low growl rumbled nearby.
Read the full review here.
Karen enjoyed the afternoon at the Rainbow Book Fair , the largest LGBT book event in the U.S., at the Center for LGBTQ Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York City.
Karen gave a reading and enjoyed meeting new readers and, hopefully, new fans of her work.
You can catch her at Women’s Week in Provincetown this week!
Karen enjoyed the Golden Crown Literary Society’s 2019 conference in Pittsburgh. She was deeply honored to be named as a finalist for a Goldie award for As the Crow Flies. While at the conference she enjoyed meeting many people—authors, publishers, her editor at Bold Strokes Books, and her very dear readers.
Karen will be attending the Golden Crown Literary Society annual conference this week in Pittsburgh, July 10-14.
If you’re attending, keep an eye out for her and feel free to say hello and introduce yourself. She’ll also be participating in the authors book signing on Saturday from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Be sure to wish her luck — As the Crow Flies is a finalist in the Romantic Blend category. Hmm… “Romantic Blend” sounds like a good name for a cocktail. Here’s to hoping there will be celebration on Saturday night!