Today is the final installment of Rave Reviews Book Club’s very first Bethany Turner “Pay It Forward” week, and what a week it’s been! I’ve had so much fun bringing you a different author each day, and learning more about them myself. I’m looking forward to the next PIF week, when I get to introduce you to five more incredible Indie authors. I hope you take the time to acquaint yourself with them, and with the fantastic books that they have written.
The last author on my PIF schedule is Rebecca Reilly. She’s the author of several books, and has a pretty phenomenal blog as well. So now, here’s a little bit about Rebecca.
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Rebecca loves to laugh, dream, ponder, and write. She doesn’t often say “no” to a challenge; consequently, Rebecca works as a Pastor, a Health Coach, a Massage Therapist, a Zumba Instructor, a musical theater Director/Producer, and a Writer – all at the same time!
She took on three, wildly different genres for her first three novels – a murder mystery at sea, a humorous look at sex and marriage, and a children’s chapter book on bullying (under the pen name, Becky Reilly).
Rebecca’s current work is a non-fiction: Christian Sex and Marriage–It’s Complicated.
Rebecca has been happily married for thirty-one years, is the mother of two, grandmother of one, and lives in Northern California.
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Here are a couple of reviews of her thriller, Haunting Megan.
By Nicole D – August 11, 2014
Haunting Megan is a true page-turner. I couldn’t wait to get the answers to my questions! Rebecca Reilly displays fantastic character development in this mystery from the main character Megan, to the local law enforcement. I particularly loved the setting of this story and could almost feel the crisp Sierra Nevada air on the forested trails as I read. A great mixture of mystery, humor and love!
By Sarah Hovatter – July 27, 2014
Wow! I loved this book! Ghost stories are not usually my thing, but this is more a story about a young girl broken by tragedy. The spooky elements are fun and surprisingly believable. The murder mystery and the romance take Haunting Megan over the top. Rebecca Reilly’s voice and writing style are similar to Nora Roberts. Highly recommend!
Add Haunting Megan to your library,
And learn more about Rebecca and her books by visiting her website.
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