It's been a little over a year since my Wishcraft mysteries debuted--along with my new pen name, Heather Blake. I was worried at first about having two names and the confusion it might cause readers, but so far so good!
I'm so very lucky that readers seem to love paranormal mysteries --because I love to write them! There's something fun and whimsical about writing a lighthearted magical world and my creativity just thrives.
I've also been extremely lucky that the Wishcraft books are doing well and that the publisher has already signed me to do books four and five in the series. I'm working on the fourth book now, and I feel like I'm among friends with Darcy, Harper, Pepe, and Archie...and I hope that when you read these books you feel the same way too.
This Tuesday, the third book in the series, The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy is released. It's a book that's a personal favorite of mine, and I hope that you'll give it a try. If you do, let me know how you like it.
Here's the blurb:
Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns…
When magical florist Harriette Harkette decides to throw a lavish eightieth birthday party for herself, she hires Darcy’s Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service, As You Wish, to plan the soiree. But turning eighty isn’t all Harriette is celebrating—the Floracrafter has recently created the first all-natural black Witching Hour rose.
Darcy works hard on planning an extravagant celebration that will make Harriette feel like the belle of the ball. But when cake delivery boy Michael Healey—a former employee at Harriette’s greenhouse—is found dead, the celebration is abruptly cut short. Now Michael’s ghost has imprinted on Darcy, meaning that they’re bonded until she can untangle the thicket surrounding his murder—and what exactly it has to do with the Witching Hour rose…