A Maiden Weeping was released in the UK before it was released here. How are your books received in the UK and in other parts of the world?
It’s funny, but UK readers—or is it publishers?—think Americans can’t write historicals. We’re uneducated boobs, I guess. But the readership is growing in the UK. And the books have been translated into Italian, French, Polish, and Russian, so far. The interest is slowly growing.
While puzzling over the tome’s oddly blank pages, Kylie gets an unexpected visitor―Erasmus Dark, an inscrutable stranger who claims to be a demon, knows she has the book, and warns her that she has opened a portal to the netherworld. Kylie brushes off this nonsense, until a series of bizarre murders put her, the newcomer, at the center. With the help of the demon and a coven of witches she befriends while dodging the handsome but sharp-eyed sheriff, Kylie hunts for a killer―that might not be human.