I’m excited to participate in the blog tour for Sarah Jude’s The May Queen Murders!
Imagine if every talented actor you love was a faerie. Such is the basic premise (there is much, MUCH more) of Mishell Baker’s new novel, Borderline. In a fey spin on the some-famous-people-are-aliens bent of the Men in Black movies, Baker creates a hidden faerie world inside of the already labyrinthine world of Hollywood.
In Constance Coopers Guile, Yonie Watereye makes a living as a “pearly,” a person who can sense magic, or “Guile,” in objects and people. The catch is that the real pearly is her slybeast cat, LaRue, who, after nearly being drowned as a kitten, developed the ability to not only sense guile, but talk.