Flotsam & Jetsam

What set Ellie off anyway? A thought intruded. No, couldn’t be. He checked her profile. Nah. But his mouth formed a hopeful smile, and he leaned back, humming his favorite tune. Flotsam & Jetsam

The dashing Frenchman or the handsome handyman? Who will she choose? For the Love of a Spy

Saturday, August 27, 2011

First Page Friday--Lost in His Arms

Come over to Cynthia Selwyn’s new blog A Passionate Heart: First Page Friday (http://cynthiaselwyn.blogspot.com) to get a taste of my first romantic suspense novel, Lost In His Arms, set in the heady days of 1991 international intrigue~

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Shyness~Help or Hindrance?

Come join me as Rebecca Clark interviews me today, August 24 about shyness and how it affects a writer for good or ill. Join the discussion on what “getting out of your comfort zone” can mean. As a little lagniappe you get to read about my latest release, romantic suspense novel Losers Keepers from Secret Cravings. Here's the link:


Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Blogging at Savvy Authors on Zelda

THIS one was fun--at Savvy Authors--a marvelous writer and reader resource, I get to blog about Zelda, my not-so-alter ego.  I think you'll enjoy!

Saturday, August 13, 2011

First Page Friday--Losers Keepers

After you read the first page of Lost & Found (see below), you can still check out the first page of my latest release, romance, suspense and attempted mayhem on the island of Chincoteague.  Cynthia Selwyn hosts me at A Passionate Heart.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

First Page Fridays Coming up

All three of my books will be featured over the next four weeks at Cynthia Selwyn’s new blog A Passionate Heart: First Page Friday (http://cynthiaselwyn.blogspot.com).  On August 6, 12 and 26th you’ll be treated to the smashing first pages of my books Lost in His Arms, Lost & Found, and my new release Losers Keepers. 

This is my latest release, a spicy suspense tale set in Chincoteague Island~
 Losers Keepers, by M. S. Spencer
Published July 27, 2011 by Secret Cravings Publishing
eBook, 72,000 words, ISBN 978-1-936653-95-9

Contemporary romantic suspense, M/F, 3 flames
Dagne Lonegan writes an advice column, Dear Philomena, which begins to eerily mirror her life when she moves to Chincoteague and a murder is committed.  The perpetrators fear she knows more than she does and try to scare her off in a series of attacks.  Meanwhile she must choose between the tall, handsome Refuge Manager and her old lover, now a police detective. 

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Next, on August 19 you’ll hear about my second novel of lost and found love in the wilds of Maine~ 

Lost & Found, by M. S. Spencer
Released 2010 by Red Rose Publishing
69,000 words; eBook; ISBN 978-1-60435-707-3

Contemporary Romance/Action/Adventure, M/F, Heat Index: 3 Flames; Autumn Rose line 

          When Rose Culloden's husband disappears, her search takes her to Maine. Loyal to her marriage despite her powerful attraction to her guide James Stewart, it takes the dramatic discovery that David is not just vicious and venal, but insane, to free her heart for true love.

And on August 26 you get a taste of my first romantic suspense novel, set in the heady days of 1991 international intrigue~

 Lost in His Arms, by M. S. Spencer
Published 2009 by Red Rose Publishing
eBook, ISBN 978-1-60435-375-0
Contemporary Romance, Action/Adventure; M/F; 3 flames

           Chloe Gray meets Michael Keller, CIA troubleshooter, in a world in chaos.  Michael appears unpredictably, leaving Chloe limp and lovelorn.  Looking for safe harbor, she yields to a dashing Frenchman. Will she embrace the luxury and comfort of Emile and his chateau or the romance of international intrigue with Michael?

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 Both books are also available at:  www.amazon.com, www.bookstrand.com, www.allromanceebooks.com, and www.fiction.com.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Interviewed at The Embraced Scribal Love

Drop by Clare Dargin's great website, The Embraced Scribal Love, to learn just an eentsy bit more about me and my latest release.  Here's the link: