Alex Bledsoe talks about Miserere

A ray of sunshine blew through my cloudy week when Alex Bledsoe told me he enjoyed reading Miserere. I have enormous respect for Alex as a writer and I am absolutely in love with his Eddie LaCrosse series that blends two of my favorite genres, mystery and fantasy. I mean major fangirl stuff here.

I was on pins and needles while he read Miserere. Yesterday, he told me he really enjoyed reading the novel and today, he sent me my blurb:

Miserere is about redemption, and the triumph of our best impulses over our worst. It's also about swords, monsters, chases, ghosts, magic, court intrigues and battles to the death. It's also (and this is the important part) really, really good.

--Alex Bledsoe, author of "Dark Jenny" and "The Sword-Edged Blonde"
Now when people ask me what my novel is about, I'm just going to quote Alex.