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Shiloh Walker

Upcoming events…

author eventsJust a reminder, I’ll be signing at Turn the Page in Boonsboro in a few weeks.  If you would like to pre-order signed books from me, they ship everywhere!

If you want to come to the event, the info from TTP’s newsletter.

Coming up on Saturday, February 6 from 12pm-2pm, we’re hosting another Book Signing.  Featured authors will be:

  • Nora Roberts/ J.D. Robb
  • Shiloh Walker
  • Kimberly Kincaid
  • Sheila Connolly
  • Cathy Maxwell
  • Virginia Kantra
  • Eloisa James
  • local history authors Roger Engle and Alexander B. Rossino

See our Event Page for a listing of the newer offerings of the authors and our Rules and Etiquette Page for more detailed information on our signing procedures.

If you can’t make it to the store on the Book Signing day, take advantage of our Virtual Book Signing. Pre-order what you’d like signed from the Book Signing event page, and we’ll ship them on Monday after the event.  Looking for a book you can’t find on our website?  Just give us a call; we can have it waiting for you if you give us enough time.

Hee hee.  I’m a featured author. See that? With Nora Roberts.  (Yes, I’m still geeking out when it happens.)

Also… if you are in the Wisconsin area, I’ll be there at the Barbara Vey event.  :)  There are still tickets available for breakfast.  :)  Go here to buy… I’ll have goodies!


Weekend News & Winners

Winner of the Sweeter than Sin ARC is Viki S.  Viki, you have two weeks to claim your prize… email me at shilohwalker2011 at gmail.com and put Blog contest/Sweeter Than Sin in the subject line.  Remember to include your address!

So.  My weekend included this…

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We went to the Cincinnati Comic Expo.  Sheila with Circle of Seven invited me to join her and I had a great time.  We had a panel on sexy heroes and we had a booth where we sold books and chatted with attendees and gaped at awesome costumes.  C.L. Wilson had the brilliant idea to grab people and have them posing with our books.

Which I think is awesome.

Several cosplayers were more than happy to play along and we got some great pictures.

These are just a couple of them.

Around and about…

Cincinnati Comic Expo

I’ll be on a panel on Saturday 20 at 12:50.  Check out more here.

In October, I’ll be at Moonlight & Magnolias in October.  There’s a bookfair, open to the public, October 11, 4:30-6pm. Info.  The next weekend, I’ll be in New Jersey for the New Jersey Romance Writers in Iselin, NJ.  Another bookfair…open to the public, on October 18 4-5:30pm. Info

Wanna have lunch with me?  Join me at the Southern Magic Luncheon in Birmingham, AL on November 1.  Tickets are still available. Info.

Info on my upcoming appearances for late fall & the first part of 2015 is down in the sidebar.

Turn the Page…I’m heading your way! Signing Saturday!

Saturday I’m signing at Turn the Page.  I think you’ve still got time to pre-order personalized books if you can’t attend.  They ship across the globe.  I’d love to sign a book for you.


Turn the Page Bookstore

19th Anniversary Book Signing

with Nora Roberts, Linda Lael Miller, Maya Banks & more

July 19th 12-2pm

Boonsboro, MD

Want signed books from me?

Info on how to order

 We leave today.  It’s our anniversary.  Taking the scenic route on the drive there.

If you can attend, I’d love to meet you!

Friday rambles

I spent yesterday updating my website.  This is probably the biggest change I’ve done with it in…um, forever.  Well, since I got a for real website and left yahoo ten years ago.  At some point, I need to quit doing it myself, but I have control issues. 😉  How do you think it looks?

I had plans of doing some yard work this weekend–I wanted to plant some sort of flowering tree in the front yard, and then ivy and clematis on the pergola so it would eventually help shade it.  But I fell Wednesday.  And my right ankle has this lovely swelling thing going on. I can walk. With pain, but I can walk.  However, I don’t think gardening is advisable.  Which really bites, because I’m never in the mood for it and I was kinda really wanting to do it for once.

Sadly, my ankle doesn’t hurt enough to get me out of grocery shopping.  I guess I’ll spend more time reading-I’m in the middle of the most epic glom ever–rereading all of the In Death books by J.D. Robb.  And I need read the new Irish books–O’Dwyer cousins, I think?  I have them, just waiting to read.  I’m probably going to buy copies again this summer… cuz I’ll be at Turn The Page.  Again.

I keep my appearances down on the sidebar, but I’ll be signing at Turn The Page in July with Nora Roberts (gah) Linda Lael Miller (gah!) and more…the full list of authors is here.  If you can come, that would be awesome. But if you can’t come, you can still order signed books from me.  And you should totally do that, because it makes me feel awesome when I’m signing books at Nora Roberts’ store.  They have four of my titles listed, but if there are others you want, you can use the contact form and see if they can order the titles you’d like to have signed.  Also… they ship internationally, so if you like outside the States, this is probably the ideal way to get a signed title from me.


Break For Me



BREAK FOR ME, the second novella in the Secrets & Shadows series, is available.  It’s about Jensen, the middle Bell sibling…and the DA she has to work with from time to time.  He sort of drives her crazy.  The feeling is mutual.


The sight of her sitting with Guy Miller, one of the deputies with county, had him wanting to chew nails. Dean kept an easy smile on his face as he nodded at everybody, noting that Guy sat next to Ali, leaving a vacant spot between him and Jensen.

Maybe they weren’t there together.

Didn’t keep him from wanting to do something stupid, like put his hand on her shoulder, beat his chest, anything to make it clear he had an interest here.

Not that it was returned.

Jensen’s eyes, caught between brown and green and glinting with a sharp edge in that moment, met his and she lifted a brow.

“Hello, Dean.”

The chill in her eyes would have sent a smart man running. But Dean supposed if he was smart, he wouldn’t still be chasing after her, hoping against hope that something inside her would soften, that he’d get an opening—that the interest he’d seen spark in her eyes once or twice would flare. Just a chance. That was all he needed.

The slightest opening.

Read more

Amazon | BN | Kobo | iBooks | Google Play


If you have read it (and BURN FOR ME) and wouldn’t mind taking the time, a review posted to Amazon and/or BN would be very much appreciated and they really do help.  The more reviews a book has, the more they show up in the search algorithms, which makes them easier for new readers to find.  My publishers also look at them…crucial things since I’m trying to sell another series.