Guess who I bumped into last week? The vivacious Shirley McCann. No matter where you see her she has a smile on her face and a bounce in her step. After catching up she graciously gave me an interview. Shirley, share with readers who you are in real life. I’m a wife, mother, and grandmother [..Read more]
Month: March 2015
It is my honor to have Lori Robinett visit us today. She lives in central Missouri with her husband on a small hobby farm. They manage the place for their Miniature Schnauzer and Miniature Beagle, two cats, and three miniature horses. Though she appears to be a normal person, she has a bit [..Read more]
Release day is finally here for THE RESCUED HEART. I would love for you to go on Amazon and order this romantic suspense about a betrayed love lost then found beneath the rubble of a a disaster. On March 22 I’m hosting an online launch party at http://www.facebook.com/TierneyJamesAction I would love to have you drop by [..Read more]
Today we meet VJ Schultz aka Vera Jane Goodin Schultz, a graduate of University of Missouri-Rolla. She has wanted to write books ever since she learned to read. She enjoys writing in multiple genres including mystery, romance, and fantasy. Together with her photographer husband John, they live in Missouri with their three spoiled inside cats, [..Read more]
I’m very excited to finally post the Kirkus Review on An Unlikely Hero. KIRKUS REVIEW A housewife joins a covert agency out to thwart a terrorist faction in the James’ debut action thriller. Stay-at-home mom Tessa Scott, hoping for some relaxation while her husband, Robert, and their kids are away, is thrust into a new [..Read more]
These are my current novels. An Unlikely Hero is the first in the Enigma Series. Winds of Deceptions is the second which will be released in June. The Rescued Heart is a stand alone novel. Release March 21.
The Rescued Heart takes place in a mining community in the Missouri Ozarks. This book was a long time coming. As a little girl my family used to go camping at a park called Red Bluff. From the time I was eight years old I would tell my parents some day I’d make my home near [..Read more]