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Author Archives: LucciaGray
Chilly winds blow, yet Sun warms Earth, wildflowers bloom, Spring is coming soon! Go for a walk, LIsten to an audiobook, Stand by tall tree Smile at the sky. Happy Wednesday!
#BookReview ‘The Second Life of Mirielle West’ by Amanda Skenandore #HistoricalFiction #TuesdayBookBlog
Today it is my pleasure to post my review of The Second Life of Mirielle West, an emotional historical fiction novel, based on real events, by Amanda Skenandore. Blurb For Mirielle West, a 1920’s socialite married to a silent film star, the isolation and powerlessness of the Louisiana Leper Home is an unimaginable fall fromContinue reading “#BookReview ‘The Second Life of Mirielle West’ by Amanda Skenandore #HistoricalFiction #TuesdayBookBlog”
Ghost Wife’s First 5-Star Review! #Romanticsuspence #GothicRomance #Contemporaryromance #Romanticthriller
I’m thrilled at my first 5-star review for my most recent, and first contemporary novel, Ghost Wife. I can’t seem to be able to reblog her post, so I’ll share the link to the review on Georgia Rose’s blog post here: #TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview for Ghost Wife by Luccia Gray @LucciaGray #romanticsuspense #romance If youContinue reading “Ghost Wife’s First 5-Star Review! #Romanticsuspence #GothicRomance #Contemporaryromance #Romanticthriller”
Worn dobbin shivers Ignoring snowy mauntains Soon this too shall pass
#BookReview ‘A Killer Strikes’ by @GeorgiaRoseBook #Domesticthriller #TuesdayBookBlog
Today it is my pleasure to post my review of A Killer Strikes, a gripping domestic thriller by Georgia Rose, whose previous novels, The Grayson Trilogy, and an author interview, have already been featured in this Author Spotlight. Blurb: A Killer Strikes The perfect family… The perfect murders… A family massacred. A village in mourning.Continue reading “#BookReview ‘A Killer Strikes’ by @GeorgiaRoseBook #Domesticthriller #TuesdayBookBlog”
Happy New Year 2023! I wish you Health, Peace, Love, Happiness and Happy Reading and Writing!
These are, at least partly, the reason I haven’t posted much lately… My three children and six grandchildren! The oldest is eleven and the youngest is five months! They love playing and painting with granny, and going for long walks in the country, and they are all always starving, because I’m such a good cook!Continue reading “Happy New Year 2023! I wish you Health, Peace, Love, Happiness and Happy Reading and Writing!”
In The Twilight #poetry #AnniversaryPoem
Poem, ‘In The Twilight’, written on the anniversary of Elsa’s death on 20th August 1989.
Creating #Suspense in #Thrillers: ‘Just Like The Other Girls’ and ‘Ghost Wife’ #TuesdayBookBlog
Reflections on how to create suspense in a thriller, and two examples from Just Like The Other Girls by Claire Douglas and Ghost Wife by Luccia Gray.
#TuesdayBookBlog I Let You Fall by Sara Downing @Sarawritesbooks #ContemporaryRomance #BookReview
Author Luccia Gray reviews I Let You Fall, a contemporaryu romance by Sara Downing.