Literally Dead is live and Literally Murder is up for pre-order! (links in titles and pictures) Go get your copies today! 😉 Eryn
I've spent the past few months trying something a little different and I'm so excited to share it with you, website friends! As a reader, I like all genres, but one of my favorites has always been mystery. So I've started writing a cozy mystery series! I still plan to continue to write my chick … Continue reading New releases! Cover reveals!
Bahahaha! Scott, Scots. Oh boy, do I love puns. If you don't know me very well, know this: Eryn loves puns. Anyway, another thing I love, oh-so-very-much, is my newest release! The Beauty of Perhaps releases today and I CANNOT wait to hear what you think! From the first page, I knew this story would be … Continue reading Scott on Scots
Hey there lovely readers. It's been a while, I know. I'm so sorry for that. I've been spending the past few months dealing with a big flare up of my oh-so-fun autoimmune disease and it put me a tad behind schedule, release wise. BUT, things are looking up! The Sweetness of Honey Pie, the third book … Continue reading Sweet!
There's a lot in this newest book that's turning out differently than I expected it would. It was supposed to be, almost exclusively, a women's fiction story about a woman finding herself in a foreign land. And while it still is that in many ways, it's definitely taken on more of a love story tone. … Continue reading A Love Story
Those of you who follow this blog will know that A Chance for Sunny Skies was a book straight from my heart. After I finished the story last year, someone asked me, "Are you going to write a series for Sunny?" My immediate reaction was, "Oh gosh no!" I was done. That was it. Stand alone. … Continue reading Lucky Duck!
It's only been a little over a week since I got back from Scotland, but I still can't think about the place without getting a dreamy look in my eyes and letting a deep sigh pull at my lungs. Because, that place. Readers, it wasn't just the rolling green hills (I thought I knew green, living in … Continue reading Isles Away