Linda Nightingale...Author


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Linda Nightingale...Author

This Saturday Author Marilyn Zapata and I will be visiting and signing books at Half Price Books, 2556 Smith Ranch Road, Pearland, TX 77584, from 1-3 PM.  I’ll have my new release from Class Act Books as well as Vampyre Rhapsody.

Debut of our Halloween costumes! Would love to try them out of you!  Candy, books, and fun.  Join us and play the game of boonightingalek signing.

Me at play

4bymoonlightcoverwhitetxtYa’ll Come!!

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Join Linda in celebrating the release of her new book from Class Act Books!!

One Writer's Way

four-by-moonlight-romance-anthologySome inspiration behind the collection:

Azazel means “God strengthens”. In the Dead Sea Scrolls the name Azazel occurs in The Book of Giants, an apocryphal Jewish book expanding a narrative in the Hebrew Bible, which was discovered at Qumran. The text’s creation dates to before the 2nd century BCE.

In Enoch I, he is one of the chiefs of the 200 fallen angels. Azazel taught men to fashion swords and shields and women the finery and art of beautifying the eyelids. (So girls next time we buy Cover Girl, we can thank Azazel!)
In the Zohar, the rider on the serpent is “evil Azazel.” Here he is said to be the chief of the bene elim (lower angels, “men-spirits”). Irenacus calls Azazel that “mighty but powerful angel.”

I wouldn’t like to bore you with a lot of religious myths, or facts—each much choose what to believe. So, I’ll switch…

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4bymoonlightcoverwhitetxt24 hours and I can hold my new book in my hands!  If you don’t have time to sit down and read an entire book, may I respectfully recommend Four by Moonlight?


Four by Moonlight

An anthology of love in the moonlight…in the paranormal realms…

Gypsy Ribbons – A moonlight ride on the moors and meeting a notorious highwayman will forever change Lady Virginia Darby’s life.

Star Angel – Lucy was stuck in a rut and in an Idaho potato patch. She’d seen him in the corner of her eye—a fleeting glimpse of beauty—now he stood before her in the flesh.

The Night Before Doomsday – All his brothers had succumbed to lust, but Azazel resisted temptation until the wrong woman came along.

The Gate Keeper’s Cottage – Newlywed Meggie Richelieu’s mysterious, phantom lover may be more than anyone, except the plantation housekeeper, suspects.

~*~ Grab the drink of your choice and come join me in the worlds of my imagination.

Linda Nightingale...Author

Mystery Romance: M.S. Spencer

Thank you so much for having me, Milo, and Tristram and my new mystery romance, Artful Dodging: the Torpedo Factory Murders on your blog today, Linda.

Artful Dodging brings together a cast of eccentric characters, from Milo the heroine, a needlepoint artist, to Tekla, ebony-tressed Russian sculptress, to Jacob, the fanatic environmentalist, to Archie who literally lives in the art center, to the statuesque harridan, Ursula, and finally to handsome lawyer Tristram.


Milo Everhart is waiting out the rain in a pub when she is captivated by the handsome man next to her. Blocking the road to romance are two mysterious corpses who turn up in the tower of her Torpedo Factory Art Center. As if that weren’t enough, a second crisis erupts–a proposal to gut her beloved Art Center.

Tristram Brodie, hard-driving lawyer and former Marine, is focused on his plan to convert the Torpedo Factory…

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Linda Nightingale...Author

Blog Hop 2016

The word “Summer” conjures memories of watermelon, homemade ice cream churns humming, and darting through the spray of a garden hose.    Oh, and tomatoes fresh from the garden, slices layered between two slices of bread spread with an abundance of Duke’s Mayonnaise.

Such a wonderful time…summer…if you can beat the heat.  I love to drive with the top down (drop top), but in 95-100 degree weather, it’s less than enjoyable.   Your face feels like it’s melting, and the wind in your hair threatens to solder your mane to your head.

I live in Houston.  It is HOT and humid. But I wouldn’t trade places with someone living in a cold climate.  I tend to hibernate during the winter.  Still, most seasons, I’m at my computer in an air-conditioned or heated office—along with many of us who live in the world of technology–and writers!

On to the Summer Treats – This…

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Linda Nightingale...Author

Before the interview, I want to thank Linda for helping me celebrate my new release, That Monroe Girl, which is out today.

And Ilona has been kind enough to bare it all today!

What is your greatest temptation…           

In men: Anyone with a sense of humor who can make me laugh.

In food: Gooey chocolate anything!

In clothes: I tend to wear casual clothes most of the time.

What is your greatest weakness? Well, besides chocolate, puppies and kittens tend to make me into mush. Yes, I’m one of the rare ones who likes both dogs and cats.

If you could have any kind of car, what would it be? I would say either a late fifties Thunderbird, or a mid-sixties Mustang. I think those were two of the coolest cars ever made.

Your dream home-mountains or ocean? That’s a hard one. I love both, but if I had to…

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