I’m pleased to share Carol Kilgore’s cover for her fabulous upcoming release, Solomon’s Compass. I love to hang at the Tiki Hut, so if you’ve never been stop by and tell her I said hi.
The death of her beloved uncle, Randy Rankin, brings US Coast Guard Commander Taylor Campbell back to Texas to take care of his estate and find out if he really did bury his treasure. Jake Solomon’s job is to make sure Rankin’s killer doesn’t set his sights on CDR Campbell. Set along the Texas Gulf Coast, SOLOMON’S COMPASS is a story of love, loyalty, and the value of keeping a promise.
Carol Kilgore is an award-winning author of several published short stories and many essays and articles. Solomon’s Compass is her second novel, a blend of mystery, suspense, and romance she calls Crime Fiction with a Kiss – always at least one crime; always a love story. Carol and her Coast Guard husband live in San Antonio, Texas, with two herding dogs that like nothing better than pack time on the patio.
You can find Carol here:
I decided I’d try to visit each person on the IWSG list this month. I’ve made it through a little over two hundred. It’s been such a pleasure meeting new bloggers, and seeing all the New Year resolutions.
On some of the blogs, I ran into a blogger who wants 100 pens. That’s right, she’s collecting them.
Check her out here.
I also ran into a Flashback Blog Hop running this week at The Peasants Revolt.
Click here for details.
Hopefully I’ll finish visiting everyone over the next few days.
Go team Sheldon!
Anyone who’s followed my blog for awhile, or is a friend on FB, knows I’m a huge fan of The Big Bang Theory.
I have someone close to me who is much like Sheldon Cooper, so I truely appreciate his character. Oh, and last week’s
show was hysterical!
Well, Sheldon Cooper is so awesome a biologist named a bee after him, Euglossa Bazinga .
“Brazilian biologist Andre Nemesio said he named a species of Brazilian orchid bee Euglossa bazinga in honor of “the clever, funny, ‘nerd’ character Sheldon Cooper,” because the bee had tricked scientists for some time with its similarity to other species.”
Do you feel more inspired since IWSG this month? Learn any new great techniques? Do you watch The Big Bang Theory?
Have a great week!!