The Veteran Movers series is about veterans who come back to civilian life and work at a moving company while adjusting to working and loving in the non-military world. The characters are wacky and fun, intense and brooding. And they all have attitudes that don’t go away simply because they fall in love.
What they don’t have are playlists. Why? Because I have to have absolute quiet when writing my books. I don’t listen to music, even instrumental music, because it’s distracting. My brain sees the page, my fingers type, and I do a verbal dance to the tune my characters demand.
So when I saw the feature topic for this post (My Writing Playlist for the Veteran Movers series), I adapted…Kind of.
I decided to include my reading “playlist” during the time I’ve been writing my Veteran Movers series. These are the books that have stood out to me for the past months while writing my series. And caution, many of these are not romances. They have character arcs and plotlines I love, though.
Here are a few that make the grade…
Juno Rushdan is a former Air-Force Intelligence Officer turned romantic suspense author of Every last Breath. Her debut book (out April 30) was called "a heart-pounding, James Bond-ian adventure" by Kirkus Reviews and has been blurbed by FOUR New York Times bestselling authors—Steve Berry, Laura Griffin, Lexi Blake, and Steve Berry. We are really excited to share this book with you in just a few short weeks, but first, we wanted to introduce you to the badass behind the book—Juno!
Diana Muñoz Stewart's Band of Sisters series features the Parish Family–female vigilantes waging a covert war for social justice, taking on dangerous missions, global intrigue, dark secrets, and hot (often problematic) lovers.
Take some time to get to know the author behind this band of sisters who play for keeps!