For June it's all about the ladies. Rosemary Poole-Carter and Dania Voss both write about women in all of their glory. That's where the similarities end. In Dania Voss's, Hannah's Bliss, we meet a young contemporary woman who is trying to get out from beneath her mother's thumb. In Everything Charlotte, by Rosemary Poole-Carter, we are transported to early New Orleans, and a hot bed of mystery, murder and dark secrets.
Born in Rome, Italy and settled in the Chicagoland area, Dania Voss became a romance junkie in her teens. After decades of voracious reading, she published her first romance novel On the Ropes, the prequel in her Windy City Nights series in March 2018. It was nominated as best Contemporary Romance in the 2018 Evernight Publishing Reader's Choice Awards
Rosemary Poole-Carter is a novelist and playwright whose work focuses on the history, mystery and eccentricity of the American South. Her plays have been produced in the United States and Europe. Rosemary is a member of the Historical Novel Society and Mystery Writers of America.
Both authors were new to me and I look forward to learning more about them. Join me. I think you will enjoy meeting them also.