Author of No Justice, Darcia Helle



It's such a pleasure to host a new member to VBT - Writers on the Move, Darcia Helle. We're all going to be learning about Darcia and her mystery/suspense book, No Justice, together!

First we'll learn a bit about Darcia:

Darcía Helle says she writes because, "My head gets cluttered with characters that demand their story be written."

Darcía is a fiction author of mystery/suspense. She currently has four books published and is at work on number five. Darcía also writes a monthly nonfiction, crime-related newsletter called Guilty As Charged. The newsletter covers a wide range of topics, from the history of burning at the stake to modern-day serial killers.

Words are Darcía's addiction. She will read just about anything: novels, biographies, history, sociology, ingredient labels...

Darcía grew up in Massachusetts but has lived in the Tampa Bay area of Florida since 2002. She is married and has two sons. An animal lover, Darcía has two very spoiled dogs and two equally spoiled cats.

Darcía's website - http://www.QuietFuryBooks.com - is her own creation. There you will find excerpts from her books, newsletters, monthly contests, blog, and a few pages of things to make you smile.

Wow, Darcia, you sound like a busy lady! Your monthly nonfiction, crime-related newsletter called Guilty As Charged sounds great.


Now onto a blurb about No Justice:

How far would you go to right a wrong?

For Michael Sykora, killing started as blind rage. Then it became something he's good at. To most of those who know him, Michael is a software designer, a smart but average guy with a workaholic nature. To a chosen few, Michael is a part-time hit man whose specialty is eliminating hard-core criminals.

Michael has managed to keep his two personas separate. Until now. When Nicki, a close friend, gets into trouble, Michael steps in to help. Having lost his fiance to a brutal crime, Michael will do whatever necessary to keep from losing another woman in his life.

At one time or another, don't we all wish we could do the things our Justice system cannot or will not? What would it take to push you over the edge?

Boy, is that one powerful question...I've always said, never-say-never. One really never knows what he or she is capable of if pushed over the edge.

This book sounds like the reader will be sitting on the edge of the seat. Get your copy of No Justice today at:

Amazon: No Justice paperback

Kindle: No Justice

And, here's a list of Darcia's other links:

All My Books On Amazon

Enemies and Playmates paperback

Enemies and Playmates Kindle

Hit List paperback

Hit List Kindle

Beyond Salvation paperback

My Author Page On Amazon

My Website:
http://www.QuietFuryBooks.com

My Blog:
http://www.QuietFuryBooks.com/blog

That's it for today, please be sure to stop back on Saturday, October 3rd; we'll learn about another of Darcia's books: Beyond Salvation.

Talk to you soon,
Karen

9 comments:

  1. Darcia - "My head gets cluttered with characters that demand their story be written."

    LOL - I can SO relate to that! Really enjoyed reading more about you and your writing. Nicely done feature here!

    Marvin D Wilson

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  2. Good to meet you Darcia. I'm looking forward to the 3rd and learning more about you.

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  3. Welcome to the group Darcia. You're books sound very interesting -- so does the news letter. I alo write mysteries.

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  4. Thank you, Karen, for the great post!
    And thanks to everyone for popping in. I'm looking forward to getting to know everyone (and getting to know everyone's work!).

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  5. Darcia, my head doesn't get cluttered but every once in a while I see a character I wish I could find a spot for. Sometimes they turn into only a poem. One of those was an old guy cleaning the stars on Hollywood Boulevard. Apparently on his own, just for the joy of it. (-:

    Best,
    Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    Tweeting tips for writers @frugalbookpromo

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  6. Great quote, "My head gets cluttered with characters that demand their story be written."
    A cluttered head is great fodder for developing plots and characters.

    Stephen Tremp

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  7. Thanks, All, for stopping by. I'm glad Darcia has joined our merry band of authors!

    Karen

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  8. We're almost neighbors since I live in Fort Myers! No Justice sounds very interesting. I've jotted it down on my to read list.

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  9. Darcia,

    I can relate to getting so much in your head that it has to come out on paper/the computer screen and I like the way you put it "cluttered." I look forward to reading your book "No Justice."

    Glad you're part of VBT - Writers on the Move

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