Author Spotlight: Romantic Suspense with Nancy Naigle

Author: Nancy Naigle

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Nancy Naigle writes love stories from the crossroad of small town and suspense.

With a career spent on the cutting edge of technology in the banking industry, Nancy spends her extra time writing the kind of stories she likes to read, in hopes that just maybe other career gals can find an escape from their hectic lifestyles in the make believe worlds she creates.

An International Thriller Writers Debut Author for 2011/2012, Nancy’s first novel came out in the Spring of 2011. Sweet Tea and Secrets was the first of her novels set in the fictionalized small town of Adams Grove. The second novel in that series, Out of Focus, came out in November.

This summer Nancy also released a commercial suspense titled inkBLOT co-written with Phyllis C. Johnson under their combined names, Johnson Naigle. The exciting thing about inkBLOT is that it has wide appeal. YA appropriate and enjoyed by adults, male and female. A book for everybody.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aside from writing she enjoys hunting for treasures in junk and antique shoppes with friends, and getting crafty no matter what the medium from painting and digitizing embroidery designs, to weaving pine needle baskets.

A Virginia native, and spending most of her life in the Tidewater area, she and her husband of 15 years moved inland to the quiet of Southampton County. They now live in a log-sided home on a working goat farm with their two labs and more kids (the four-legged kind) than they keep count of, where they live their own small town love story.

CONNECT WITH NANCY:

Author’s Website: http://nancynaigle.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nancy.naigle
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/nancynaigle
Nancy’s Blog: http://nancynaigle.wordpress.com/
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/nancynaigle/
Nancy’s Books on Amazon
Nancy on Barnes&Noble

(7) Shirley McLain – Author of The Tower
and Dobyns Chronicles

Shirley McLain

Shirley McLain is the author of the exciting mystery, The Tower and the soon to be released historical fiction,
Dobyns Chronicles.

Shirley embraced her passion for writing after retiring from 32 years of nursing. Her debut novel, The Tower, is an exciting mystery with an Oklahoma backdrop. Shirley takes her readers on a journey involving kidnapping, smuggling, betrayal, environmental issues, illegal dumping, psychic connections, terrorism, and murder ….. around the world, from Tulsa Oklahoma to the Bhutan. It is a story of love and devotion, as well as retribution for crimes committed.

Shirley’s upcoming book, Dobyns Chronicles, is an historical fiction novel inspired by the life of Shirley’s great grandfather, Charlie Dobyn. Dobyns Chronicles brings to life the historical impact of the Yellow Fever outbreak that devastated the southern United States in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.

Shirley is a wife, mother, and grandmother of six, living in Bristow, Oklahoma where she is enjoying retirement to the fullest. In addition to Dobyns Chronicles, she is currently working on multiple projects for publication. When Shirley isn’t writing she enjoys travel, adventure, reading, old movies and needle crafts.

To find out more about Shirley’s work go to:
Shirley’s author website:
http://www.shirley-mclain.com/
Shirley’s Blog: http://www.shirley-mclain.net

(4) Sharon Donovan – Author of 7 Books – Romantic
Suspense, Inspirationals, and Psychological Thrillers

Sharon Donovan

Sharon Donovan is the author of 7 books. Her work includes: Inspiration, Romantic Suspense and Psychological thrillers. Sharon also has written a narrative non-fiction book about the progression of blindness related to diabetes. This book is especially significant because Sharon’s writing career began 10 years ago after losing her vision to a long battle with diabetic retinopathy.

Prior to the loss of her vision, she was a legal secretary for the Court of Common Pleas where she prepared cases for judges in Domestic Relations. Painting was her passion. When she could no longer paint, she began attending creative writing classes and memoir workshops. After a long and winding road, a new dream emerged.

Today, instead of painting her pictures on canvas, Sharon paints her pictures with words. Sharon writes stories of inspiration and suspense. She is a published author with The Wild Rose Press, White Rose Publishing, Whimsical Publications and Chicken Soup for the Soul.

To learn more about Sharon’s work, go to:
Website: http://www.sharonadonovan.com/
Blog: http://www.sharondonovan.blogspot.com/

SAD UPDATE:
In April of 2012, Sharon passed away. I am grateful for having the opportunity to speak with her. She was a remarkable and inspiring woman that accomplished so much despite the challenges she faced. I am certain that all who knew her felt blessed to have had the opportunity.

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