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Monday, August 19, 2013

Hexed and Vexed

Olive White has had a terrible six months. It's not bad enough that years earlier she earned the nickname "Worst Witch In Witching School," she is now being forced to watch the love of her life, Campbell Bane, marry her sister Cindy. And she’s being asked to do so in a pink, puke-colored bridesmaid’s dress. Vexed doesn’t begin to describe how she feels.

Her powers pick the wedding as the perfect moment to turn on, zapping both her ex and her to a magical island not found on any map. Someone is bound to find them, but perhaps Olive can get some answers, once and for all.

When Campbell falls ill, she uses her considerable skills to save his life, but can she believe him when he tells her he still loves her and always has? Was he hexed, or is it all a flimsy excuse for breaking her heart?

Thursday, August 15, 2013


This is Redemption, the fourth book in my Young Adult series called The Warrior.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Meet Author Jodi Linton

Hi everyone, today I have Author Jodi Linton on my blog. Come and get to know her! 

She is releasing with Entangled Suspense in 2014!
Welcome to Pistol Rock, Texas where everyone knows the one rule of thumb, secrets only last about as long as the sporadic west Texas rain showers.
Here's her links

Jodi Linton grew up across the street from a cow pasture, where she was
more likely to been seen selling Kool-Aid in a Dixie cup at ten cents a
pop, or inviting neighbors over to watch one of her plays staged on her
father’s Bass boat.  Even though she never owned one of the bovines, she’ll
admit that the smell of cow manure had a lasting effect, making it easy to
spot a cow a mile away.

In 2001, she traded in the rednecks, cowboys, and mesquite trees of her
hometown to chase destiny out west. After a few years of mucking it around
with the roughnecks, dust storms, and droughts, she decided to dust off her
boots and head home. With a History degree in one hand and a marriage
license in the other, she followed her husband in 2006 to the Texas
heartland, fabulous Austin.

Somewhere down the line, she started writing. Maybe it was the boring job
search, or maybe it was the crazy characters dancing inside her head that
help put pen to paper. Whatever the case, writing sure beat the heck out of
working for a temp agency. The first story was about a boy lookalike Indian
Jones who chased after vampires in small town Texas. The second story was a
YA contemporary about the Grim Reaper, and well half-way through she
decided to shuck them both, partly due to the birth of her son, and mostly
because she wasn’t awe struck with the premises.

Taking a break from writing to raise her son, she filled the time by
reading, and insistently fell in love with mysteries, especially ones with
witty, spunky heroines. Four months later, she had a manuscript about a
smart-mouthed deputy and her rotten ex-boyfriend dueling it out in small
town Texas.

After settling into the Texas Hill Country with her husband and two kids,
she joined the Writer’s League of Texas, and signed with The Belcastro
Agency. Today she can be found cozied up to the computer escaping into a
quirky world of tall tales, sexy, tight jean wearing cowboys, and a
protagonist with a sharp-tongue quick enough to hang any man out to dry.

There’s a good chance she’s brushed paths with a few of her characters, but
she’ll never tell, those lips are sealed.