The pre-order page for L.A. Kornetsky’s CLAWED is now live! Order early, order often.
Look what came today! Â (shown with the US edition, for comparison). Â The Japanese translation of COLLARED (translated by Momoko Wani)! I really love the cover – the expression on the cat’s face is SO Mistress Penny-Drops, and the gentle touches on the shar-pei say “Georgie” to me so beautifully….
Yesterday I spent mostly putting out various fires. Today, I’m gathering kindling. No doubt, by Monday, I’ll be putting out fires again. Somewhere in there I suppose is also carry water… Today is Team Kornetsky, working on the revisions to Gin & Tonic #3, which will NOT be called DOGHOUSE. Unless it is. It’s the
The normal process of the Tease is interrupted this week, because today is when FIXED (Gin & Tonic Investigations #2) by L.A. Kornetsky officially hits the streets! So today’s excerpt will be clearly identified. Don’t get used to it. :-D Â The dogs were gossiping. The grey tabby paused, halfway down the fire
This week I’ve been head-down on the final push to get GIN & TONIC #3 into submission draft shape (aka “where I don’t flinch at the thought of my editor reading it and telling me what STILL needs to be fixed”). The problem with reading your draft out loud: by the time I get to
Those of you who’ve been doing some pre-ordering may have already noted this, but we have a New! Revised! cover for FIXED! OLD: NEW!Â Â I admit that I had a fondness for the old cover, but the new one appeals as well, so I’m calling it a win. Â Also: my name
A bit of what’s currently in production… One of the things that she liked most about Maryâ€™s, besides the staff, was that they didnâ€™t have a jukebox, or live music, ever.Â There was a radio at the bar that sometimes played jazz, just softly enough to be soothing, but you could always hear who
Since Amazon got the jump on me, without too much further ado, the cover for FIXED, the second Gin & Tonic mystery…. When someone from the local animal shelter approaches her about finding Â grant funds that have gone missing, Ginny Mallard convinces her bartender friend Teddy Tonica to help her investigate once again. They soon
The email fairy brought two bits of Good News this week! 1. Â The contracts from Audible for all four PSI novels (HARD MAGIC, PACK OF LIES, Â TRICKS OF THE TRADE and DRAGON JUSTICE) arrived! So now the entire Cosa Nostradamus catalog will be available in audiobook, and I just have to convince them to
For Gin&Tonic #3, I needed to name a puppy in the outline. The name I chose was Parsifal. No, I have no idea why I chose that name, except it seemed ‘right.’ Fast forward months later, when I’m writing the actual scene wherein the puppy is found. I have the main character checking out what