Thursday, January 18, 2018

Seven Sinister Sisters

I am one of seven mystery authors, celebrating a new release on a blog tour this spring.  At each blog stop, we answer one question.  

Today’s question:  “Is there a theme underlying or unifying your books?”  



Wednesday, January 17, 2018

October 2017

In October, Going Virus was released.  



It is a collection of 3 stories about end times, as a result of viruses encountered from outer space:  

“The Seventh Sleeve of Tombaugh” (previously published in Alien Aberrations)
“Master Judd’s Match”
“Nine More”

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

September 2017

We traveled the European rivers from Budapest to Amsterdam, soaking up sights, history, and cultural experiences.  







I came home and wrote a couple more stories from the inspiration of this trip!  


Friday, December 22, 2017

July 2017

Dancing for the General, by Sue Star and Bill Beatty, was released in July.  



It is a novel of suspense and intrigue set in 1957 Ankara, Turkey about American families who live there amidst a brewing political storm.  This book was a labor of love, inspired by my experiences living there at the time.  

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

April 2017

Three of my Bill Beatty stories were released in the collection Hell Down Under 



The stories are about supernatural forces underground that can steal people from…  

  • a retirement community in the desert southwest in “Retirement in Hell”
  • abandoned cliff dwellings in “Land of the Under People” 
  • a Brazilian gemstone mine in “Missing Miners” 

Monday, December 18, 2017

March 2017

The third novel of my Centauri series was released in March.  



In this book, the mission finally reaches Proxima Centauri, and oh the surprises they find there!

Friday, December 15, 2017

February 2017

My publisher released a collection of 3 of my short stories by Sue Star:  



The stories take place in Nell Letterly’s world of eccentric Boulder.  

“Creek Squatting”:  trouble along the creek.  
“R.E.S.P.E.C.T.”:  trouble follows martial artists. 
“Death of a Prairie Dog”:  trouble with land developers.