I'm happy to welcome back author D.V. Stone. I thought D.V. was strictly a romance writer, but it turns out she has other hidden talents. The Mystery at High Pointe Tower is her second book in the Agent Carter series for Middle Grade readers. Welcome D.V., and congrats on your new release!
Several years ago, while enjoying a Christmas concert, my young nephew crawled over several laps to get to me.
“Do you write books,” he asked.
I replied, “I do.”
“Then I want you to write one about me.” He propped his chin in his hand. “And I want to ride a motorcycle and have a long mustache.”
I never thought about being a writer of mid-grade books, but here we are at my second release. I hope you enjoy reading about Agent Carter and his cohorts. If you sign up for my newsletter, you can get the link to download the first Agent Sam Carter, The Mystery At Branch Lake.
D.V. Shares Five of Her Favorite Things:
1. Favorite author? In Juvenile fiction, it would be JK Rowling, The Harry Potter series, in a horse race with Christopher Paolini of the Inheritance Cycle and C.S. Lewis the Chronicles of Narnia.
2. Water, pop or juice? Can I admit to Yoohoo?
3. Movies: romantic comedies, thriller, or horror? Got a different favorite? I am a total Avengers Geek with Guardians of the Galaxy as my favorite.
4. Chocolate or caramel? Uhm, neither I’m a vanilla lover
5. Country life or city life? I love the great outdoors. We are Glampers and love to travel. So country, definitely.
Agent Sam Carter
The Mystery At High Pointe Tower
Join the gang in the second Agent Sam Carter series. Sam’s camping vacation is canceled. Strange happenings at the High Pointe Tower are going to take all his wits and skill to save the world from its latest threat. The convergence of the Dragon Aurora and volcanic eruption tears a hole between the dimensions trapping a paranormal creature on earth side. But as usual, nothing is as it first appears.
D. V. is a full-time employee in a medical office, wife to an amazing husband, mother to one son, and not your average grandma to three beautiful grands. A woman of faith, she trusts and believes in God.
When not behind the wheel of my camper, 2Hoots—a 41 foot long 13.2 feet high 5th Wheel, she tools around Northern New Jersey in her white Camaro named Snowball. Her greatest pleasures are spending time outside with friends and family, cooking over the open fire, owls, and reading.
Hali, her rescue dog, always reminds everyone, “Woof, woof.” Which is loosely translated. Support your local animal rescue.
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D. V. Stone
After the storm come the rainbows.
Rock House Grill
One man’s choices. One woman’s Impact
Felice, Shield-Mates of Dar
One foolish thought. One brutal act. Instead of a peaceful alliance––war.
Agent Sam Carter and the Mystery at Branch Lake
Agent Sam Carter and the Mystery At High Pointe Tower
A Mid-grade paranormal