Monday, January 13, 2014
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Friday, November 29, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone. I just want to thank everyone especially those few that have been such wonderful friends this past year: Trevor, helped me do a video, Dina,helped me with interviews and extra especially Leanna Harrow, who would not let me give up. Leanna you are the best friend ever. Thank you so much.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Monday, July 1, 2013
If you haven't read Hot Chocolate Kiss--or would like to give it as a gift-- that quick, sexy read that guys love, too and The Journey, an erotic novella with a historical/nautical theme are part of the Coffee Time Romance sale in July.
For anyone that would like print books or personalized gift packages, when you order through my Amazon Marketplace site. Before shipping, I will contact you regarding personalization and gift options to sweeten that deal as well.
Friday, June 7, 2013
(We can draw a polite veil of silence over the subsequent film versions, and even the most recent rendering of the "Titanic" disaster was painful to watch.)
In the last month or so, the intervention of friends has brought "Coasting" to the attention of former shipmates, fellow seafarers whose opinions I respect and men who were at sea in the period it covers (the mid 1970s). They have been unanimous in their praise of the story-telling and the accuracy with which I have captured the sea-going era we shared. They are all looking forward t the release of "The Sapphire Sea" in August.
Their good opinion validates my writing in a way no other group could achieve, especially as we've stood on the opposite sides of many battles in the past.
David Andrews (who learned to write well as Amy Gallow)
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013
Check out the book reviews for Opium Dreams, my Historical Romantic Suspense novel, set in a Victorian opium den...
Thursday, April 25, 2013
I have Kathryn Meyer Griffith on my blog talking about her audio books so if you missed it come take a look and sign up for my blog. I will interview the new authors so get in line. http://www.lindahaysgibbs.blogspot.com IF you want an interview let me know http://www.lindahaysgibbsreviews.blogspot.com If you want a review let me know http://www.lidahayesgibbs.blogspot.com IF you have a site you want posted let me know come on over Linda
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The national magazine for MENSA members is called the MENSA Bulletin,
but it's only on paper, not on-line. The ones for the local chapters
are on-line, but not this one. Anyway, I've been a member for years,
but despite sending in a couple of my books, I'd not been reviewed.
Until this latest issue! National exposure for my Mayan vampires: Prophecy of the Undead! Woot! Woot!
Here is the review from the April/May issue under the regular department, Page Turners by Tom Elliott. Mine is the first book in the section.
(A book) that especially caught my eye was Prophecy of the Undead: A Mayan Vampire Romance by Fiona McGier (Eternal Press). Talk about an abundance of riches--Mayans, vampires, and romance! How can you lose? Keisha is a neurobiology researcher dedicated to discovering the secret of intelligence to save humanity from itself but instead learns that a greater threat comes from beyond the stars. She is targeted and shot by hit men to keep her findings a secret, but Yuri, a Russian vampire who is researching the cause and effects of vampirism, saves her life by turning her into one of his kind, and together they partner to pursue their research and deal with the prophesied return of ancient Mayan gods. Plot twists aplenty in this one.
Learn more at: www.fionamcgier.com