Thursday, June 04, 2015

Theresa Weir's Bookshelf


What books are currently on your nightstand? (How about books on my to-read list? )

Murder Boy by Bryon Quertermous
Stay by Victor Gischler
Concrete Angel by Patricia Abbott  (honest)

Who is your all-time favorite novelist?
This changes all the time. I've had many favorites, but I'm going to go with Daphne du Maurier. 

What book might we be surprised to find on your shelves?

I can't think of anything. :D  

Who is your favorite fictional character?

I'm going to name one of my own, because I love writing about this guy. David Gould, from my Elise Sandburg series.

Bio: 
 Anne Frasier (Theresa Weir) is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thirty books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir.  During her award-winning career, she's written for Penguin Putnam, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins Publishers, Bantam Books/Random House, Silhouette Books, Grand Central Publishing/Hachette, and Thomas & Mercer. Her first memoir, The Orchard, was a 2011 Oprah Magazine Fall Pick, Number Two on the Indie Next list, a featured B+ review in Entertainment Weekly, and a Librarians’ Best Books of 2011.  Her second memoir (The Man Who Left), hit the New York Times bestseller list. 

Thanks for the kind review on CRIMINAL ELEMENT from Edward Grainger

7 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Oh, I love it when an author really enjoys the relationship with her or his main character!

Charles Gramlich said...

I enjoy this series

Anonymous said...

Thanks for including me in your bookshelf series!

Anne Frasier

pattinase (abbott) said...

Both you and Lana should do one, Charles.

Yvette said...

I remember Theresa Weir from several exceptional romance novels she wrote a while back. I had sort of lost track of her work, so thanks for re-introducing her to me, Patti.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Love her book THE ORCHARD especially. And the follow-up.

blogoratti said...

Good stuff, thanks for sharing!