Welcome to the blog tour for MaryAnn Kempher, author of MOCHA, MOONLIGHT, AND MURDER. MaryAnn is here to give us her 10 confessions from an author's standpoint. While you're
enjoying her 10 confessions, be sure to scroll down and find out how you can purchase her new book!
1 Before writing my first book, I’d never written anything beyond school work.
2 My first book, Mocha, Moonlight, and Murder, took me nearly five years to write and get published.
3 My first book is a romantic suspense, but books two through seven are mysteries.
4 I don’t like to write violence or profanity, so have very little in my books.
5 I was in the Air Force for twenty years. Before joining, I lived in Reno Nevada, where my books (except book two) are set.
6 My second book is set on a cruise.
7 I lived in Korea for a year where I learned to love sautéed squid.
8 I’m addicted to Starbucks. For a while I was going six or seven days a week, now I go once or twice.
9 Though Mocha, Moonlight, and Murder is considered a romantic/suspense, it would be more accurate to call it a romantic comedy, with a murder mystery.
10 My books can be read out of order, but you will enjoy them more if you read them in order. A lot of the same characters are in all the books, so they will become like family to you.
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One night, 28-year-old, Katherine O’Brian, decides to walk to an all-night diner. The only problem? It’s midnight, but Katherine lives in Reno Nevada, a city that never sleeps; she can clearly see the
And now, she’s in trouble. She outran the man that night, and while she has no idea who he is, he knows who she is. And he wants her dead.
As if attempts on her life weren’t stressful enough, Katherine has gone back to college. She’s determined to finally finish her degree, but her lab partner is driving her crazy. He’s hot, but annoying. And she’s not sure which she wants more—a night of mad, passionate sex or a new lab partner. It varies from day to day.
Will Katherine give in to her lust for her partner or will she give in to her desire to throttle him? If she’s in the ground before graduation, it won’t matter.
Not your typical romance, not your typical mystery.