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text 2019-01-03 23:46
Discover New Authors in the New Year


This is the last big multi-author giveaway that I'll participate in for a while, perhaps the only one this year, so dig in.


I recommend Virginia King’s Laying Ghosts, the prequel to her Selkie Moon Series. Fans of my Mae Martin books will probably like this series, mystical mysteries with strong settings and psychological depth.


Theresa Crater’s Under the Stone Paw has elements of mystery, science fiction, and fantasy. I don’t normally read the latter two genres, but I was so caught up in her portrayal of Egypt and its ancient sites, I broke my normal genre reading boundaries.


British author Jordaina Sydney Robinson has been my critique partner for years. I’m not being biased when I say she’s one of the funniest and most original writers in the mystery genre. Beyond Dead is more fun than you ever imagined the afterlife could be.


You can download these and many others, including my book Shaman's Blues, the first and only time it ever will be free. Happy reading in the new year.

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text 2015-11-30 15:48
Whole Series #Sale: Murder-less Mysteries
The Calling (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 1) - Amber Foxx
Shaman's Blues - Amber Foxx
Snake Face (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 3) - Amber Foxx
Soul Loss (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 4) - Amber Foxx

All books in the award-winning Mae Martin Psychic mystery series are on sale for $2.99. Marked down from $3.99. You could think of it as “buy three get one free.”


Learn more about the books at


Sales links for all retailers (Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple, ScribD and more)



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text 2015-06-16 03:24
New Release and Giveaway
Soul Loss (Mae Martin Mysteries Book 4) - Amber Foxx


            When I started writing this story four years ago, Soul Loss was meant to be the second book in the series. I began with the scene that is still Chapter One, in which a fortune teller gets a strange and chilling client. I knew what Mae’s role would be, and the nature of the mystery. Then, about five chapters into the first draft, Jamie Ellerbee popped up out of the blue as a minor supporting character. With his eccentricities, his complex history, and his intense personality, he took over the book. I set Soul Loss aside and did the final revisions on The Calling, in which Mae’s life took an unexpected turn and a new world opened up for her. Parts of my original draft of Soul Loss split off and became Shaman’s Blues, and then Snake Face, giving Mae time to get to know Jamie and to adapt to living in New Mexico. Soul Loss is very much a New Mexico mystery. The events are inseparable from the setting, where art, music, dancing—and a connection to the mystical—are part of the fabric of life. 


Soul Loss


The fourth Mae Martin psychic mystery


Spring winds blow strange times into the City Different:


Mae Martin’s friend Jamie Ellerbee has dropped out of her life—and perhaps his own life as well. A teenaged model breaks contact with her parents after an encounter with a Santa Fe shaman. A psychic fair can’t recruit any psychics. Something is wrong with all of them … except one.


Faced with mysteries that reach into in the spirit world, Mae takes on her most challenging work yet—work that puts her gifts as a psychic and a healer at risk.


The Mae Martin Series

No murder, just mystery. Every life hides a secret, and love is the deepest mystery of all.




Check out the giveaway page for a chance to win this book in paperback.


Not caught up on the series yet? The e-book editions of the first three books—The Calling, Shaman’s Blues, and Snake Face—will be on sale for $2.99 for the summer. Happy summer reading!




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