I was thrilled to do the most recent guest post on Maggie King’s website. The post includes a little behind-the-book information on Money Grab and finishes up with the opportunity for you to win a copy of the book. Check it out!
Have you ever climbed inside a mountain to see a waterfall? There aren’t many of them around. Trümmelbach Falls, located in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, is the only accessible, mountain-enclosed, glacier-fed waterfall in Europe. Each year the waterfall transports over 20,000 tons of boulder detritus from the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau glaciers. The water flows through the … More Money Grab Visits Trümmelbach Falls
In August I visited the Finger Lakes region of New York. The 11 lakes, gouged out by glaciers years ago, are located in a triangle between Syracuse, Rochester and Elmira-Corning. The mountainous area is known for its beautiful scenery as well as museums, historic sites and over 100 wineries. The Finger Lakes climate is perfect for producing … More Money Grab Visits the Finger Lakes
BIG thanks to Maggie King for giving MONEY GRAB a shoutout in her latest blog post! You’ll love this action-packed financial whodunit. Frances Aylor is an author to watch—as is her sleuth, the resourceful and feisty Robbie Bradford.
It’s been a little over a month since Money Grab‘s release, and I can’t thank you all enough for your support! Your notes and words of encouragement, invitations, and your presence at events have meant the world to me. It’s been an honor to see Money Grab on your bookshelves. Zoe Dellinger sent me this photo of Money Grab in … More Thank You for the Support!
Put Interlaken, Switzerland on your list of must-see places. Easily reached by train, this quaint city is surrounded by alps and offers hiking, boating, and my favorite – paragliding. From high above the city, you can get great views of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau Mountains. At 13,642 feet, the Jungfrau is the highest mountain … More Money Grab Visits Interlaken
In May, Money Grab visited Amsterdam. I kept looking for dikes and windmills, but it turns out there’s only one windmill left in Amsterdam and all the dikes are by the ocean, not in the city. What the city does have plenty of is bicycles, which are the preferred mode of transportation. I almost got … More Money Grab Visits Amsterdam
I had a wonderful time at my talk at The Woman’s Club of Richmond and at Money Grab‘s book launch. Thanks to Kelly Justice of Fountain Bookstore for all of her help!
Over Easter weekend, Money Grab traveled to Hot Springs, Virginia to visit the Omni Homestead Resort, first established in 1766. Twenty-three U.S. presidents have visited the resort, famous for its mineral waters, nationally ranked golf courses, and variety of indoor and outdoor activities, including tennis, horseback riding, and falconry. The Easter bunny, dancing spring flowers … More Money Grab Visits the Homestead
Money Grab has several scenes set in the Caribbean Island of St. Martin, which is half French and half Dutch (St. Maarten). The French side has topless and nude (Orient Bay) beaches and marvelous restaurants. The Dutch side has cruise ships, casinos and festive street markets. Parts of the island are incredibly lush, with beautiful … More Travel Tips: St. Martin