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Rings on Her Fingers
Julie Hayward didn’t believe in the supernatural. Newly engaged with a photography career just starting to take off, her life is almost comfortable. But, when her best friend, Gustavia, drags her to a visit with a psychic thinking it will be a fun engagement gift, things get really crazy.
Bells on Her Toes
Gustavia’s psychic adviser insists she has already met her soul mate.She is hoping he is not one of the frogs she has recently dated.
Finn Kent wants to protect his daughter. When he and Gustavia strike sparks off each other, both must overcome past losses.
She Shall Have Music
Amethyst reads auras.
She sees everyone and everything around her through a lens of shifting color and emotion.
Confronted by someone from her past, she will finally have to decide whether true love deserves a second chance.
Meet Erin Lynn
Hi all, my name is Erin Lynn and I’m a writer from No-Place-You’ve-Ever-Heard-Of, Maine. Apparently the ability to express myself most articulately via the written word is a hereditary trait–My mom is ReGina Welling, author of the Psychic Seasons series of cozy romantic mystery novels. After living in Syracuse, NY for 8 years, I recently returned to the middle of nowhere with the intention of hibernating, writing lots of books and turning a neglected house into a beautiful home. My life is made complete by my two hilarious sons, ages 8 and 10, my amazing boyfriend and an ever-expanding collection of pets!
Cat Killed A Rat
Nothing bad ever happens in Ponderosa Pines…until someone turns up dead. When two meddling brothers try to strip the hippie commune-turned planned community of its eclectic charm, town matriarch EV Torrence vows to put a stop to their underhanded plot. After one brother is murdered, EV becomes the prime suspect, and must pair up with her best friend, anonymous town gossip columnist Chloe LaRue, to find the real killer.
Best friends Chloe LaRue and EV Torrence already have their hands full pursuing a blackmailer who is attempting to sabotage their beloved community of Ponderosa Pines. Now, with items mysteriously disappearing all over town, and their romantic relationships becoming increasingly complicated, the last thing they need is a rash of Yeti sightings. What’s really lurking in the Pines, and will either woman open up and let a man into her heart?
Caught in the Frame
Chloe LaRue is about to get a new step-daddy. One she has never met. When her mother, Lila, calls to tell Chloe the good news, she is already up to her neck in intrigue. The blackmailer who has been menacing the sleepy town of Ponderosa Pines has ties to her best friend and crime-solving partner, EV Torrence. Deep ties that EV needs to break before she will ever be able to move on with her life. Now is not the time to be flying away for a wedding. Or worse, to be dealing with a kidnapper.
I’m ReGina Welling. My mom always said I was born knowing how to read and while that might be a stretch, it feels like the ability just seeped into my pores and made itself at home. Naturally, that love of books translated into a love of writing. For my first series, I’m writing romance books with a paranormal element.
I’ve just moved back home to a small town in the middle of Maine where I live with my husband and am owned by Fritzie, my Jack Russell Terrier (or at least he seems to think so!).
I’d love to hear from you so shoot me an email! email@example.com
Question: A lot of people have been asking what my plans are when Wherever She Goes is finished. Will I write more books in this series?
Answer: Well, sort of.
Vague? Yeah, I know. In book 3, Amethyst meets a new character who just might get a spinoff series of her own. Additionally, I have something else planned that while it would eventually stand alone, would kick off with Julie, Gustavia, Amethyst and Kat.
Question: Have you ever seen a ghost?
Answer: Well, not really. I’m not Kat! But, like most people, I’ve had a brush or two with things I couldn’t explain. That figure walking by the window when I’m home alone and there’s no one there. Or, the one place we lived where the door rattled at a certain time (9:30) every night. That last one was a bit creepy. It was only the one door in a house with a lot of them and nothing stopped it. Not locking the door or wedging something against it. It totally freaked out both of our cats. Finally we even tried holding the knob and it still rattled. Had the house not felt like such a welcoming place, it would have been frightening. Eventually we just ignored the door and our cats!
I wonder if the people who bought it after we moved have heard the rattling door.
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