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Undertow by Elizabeth Heathcote

*My thanks to Quercus and Netgalley for my review copy*
About the book:

My husband’s lover. They said her death was a tragic accident. And I believed them . 267 more words

Books

Caught in the Undertow

Snippets of an Author’s Life: Post 13

When I was 16 and got my driver’s licence in Ontario, my friend and I often drove out to the Great Lakes beaches. 825 more words

Snippets Of An Author's Life

So Many GOOD Things!

It’s been a crazy busy few weeks in the Ni Coileain household, and I’m headed out the door in a few minutes for a long weekend at Milwaukee Irish Fest — but I just wanted to leave you with a couple of the really cool things that have happened to me and my boys lately! 97 more words

Red (Hot) Letter Day -- August 12, 2016 -- A SUMMER'S DAY and UNDERTOW

As if it being Friday weren’t enough…! First, A SUMMER’S DAY, an amazing anthology of twelve m/m takes on the plays and sonnets of Shakespeare, is live as of today, with all proceeds going to benefit the It Gets Better Project. 420 more words

Rainbow Snippets, August 6-7, 2016 -- STONE COLD (SoulShares #8)

Good morning, Snippetteers! — I may be away for the next couple of weeks (I’m a stage manager at the Irish Fair of Minnesota next weekend, and the weekend after that I’m going to be in Milwaukee happily NOT working at their Irish Fest) so I thought I’d leave you with something especially memorable this weekend. 407 more words

Day 153: “Undertow” by Drenge

Day 153: “Undertow” by Drenge

I discovered “Drenge” through the wonderful world of Spotify. Their one song rocked my world, so I decided now is the time to listen to one of their albums in its entirety. 171 more words

Rainbow Snippets, July 23, 2016 -- STONE COLD (SoulShares #8)

Good morning-almost-afternoon, Snippetteers! I have a hot-off-the-presses snippet for you this week, just added last night to my WIP, STONE COLD (SoulShares #8). This one had to be seven sentences rather than six — I’m sure you can see why — and just by way of background, a “wellspring” doesn’t have anything to do with actual water, it’s a place where magickal energy wells “up” from the Fae Realm into the human world. 231 more words