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Author Q&A ft @thedogtale | Secrets in Oak Creek by B.K. Stubblefield Book Tour | Silver Dagger Tours Presents Mystery Romance

Secrets in Oak Creek by B.K. Stubblefield is on virtual book tour. The mystery romance stops at Readeropolis with an author interview. Be...

Secrets in Oak Creek by B.K. Stubblefield is on virtual book tour. The mystery romance stops at Readeropolis with an author interview.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a $25 Amazon Gift Card and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).




What is something unique/quirky about you?

Well, I’m not sure this qualifies as unique. Born and raised in Germany, I immigrated to the U.S.A. in 1983. Responsible for the decision to leave my home is the man I’ve been married to for over 35 years now. It had been an exciting time, moving to a new country, exploring new cultures - right up my alley. My English language skills were limited to what had been taught in school and to different self-study methods, but so what? I felt prepared to function in the real world. Oh, boy, was I in for a surprise! Plucking into southern accents sure threw me for a loop. Today, as I look back, I’m astonished that this fearless young woman had been me. Although I speak, dream, and write in my new language, the prospect of talking publicly about my writing passion propels me to run for the woods.

Describe yourself in 5 words or less!

Mom, wife, dog enthusiast, friend

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

Consider yourself are a writer! These were the words of my best friend. We had co-written and published “Rescued: A Tale of Two Dogs” through a small indie publisher. However, I felt that one published work just didn’t qualify me as a ‘writer.’ Roughly one year later I self-published my second non-fiction book “Rescued: Out of the Shadows.” The first time I thought of myself as a writer was when I received an invitation to submit a short story for an Anthology for Rescue. It was a pretty awesome revelation.

Pen or typewriter or computer?

Oh, definitely the computer. Often, I find myself jotting down a sentence, a scene, a name, place, etc. – anything I think I may use in a future story – into a notebook I carry in my purse. Restaurants, waiting rooms, and airports are great pickup places for snatches of conversation. But when it comes to sitting down and writing the story, my computer is my best friend. How quickly something can be erased, re-written, and corrected without scratch marks all over the page. Honestly, I couldn’t do it without a computer.



Secrets in Oak Creek
by B.K. Stubblefield
Genre: Mystery, Romance

A small town with a dark secret. A new arrival in grave danger. Can she solve the mystery before she ends up the next victim?

The best part of Emily's childhood may have been the time she spent with her quirky aunt. So when her favorite relative passes away, she drops everything to attend the funeral in the small town of Oak Creek. But she never expected to inherit her aunt's entire estate, including her massive black dog Bentley. Just as she starts to get the hang of small-town life, an unknown driver runs her off the road and sends her to the hospital.
As doctors tend to her and she makes a connection with a charming Oak Creek resident named Ryan, Emily racks her brain to figure out who would want her dead. When sparks start to fly between her and the Good Samaritan that sat by her bedside, they team up to solve the mystery. Digging into the crime starts to reveal a dark side to Oak Creek and long-held secrets nobody wants revealed. Emily and Ryan must uncover the truth before her assailant comes back to finish the job.

**Only .99 cents!!**




B.K. Stubblefield is a new writer with a passion for animal rescue. After adopting her new dog Harper, she was quickly overwhelmed with the challenges of raising a "puppy on steroids". Together with her close friend, Debra Wagner, she published 'Rescued: A Tale of Two Dogs', two nonfiction tales of love, patience and commitment.


In an effort to help bring awareness to animal neglect and abuse in our own neighborhoods, B.K. Stubblefield shares several short stories of animals brought out of the shadows and into the light of love in her second book "Rescued: Out of The Shadows."



Fictional short stories and memory books/journals continue to carry the theme of dog rescue.



B.K. Stubblefield is also a contributing author to "Be Their Voice: An Anthology for Rescue, Volume I & II.


Her debut  novel, 'Secrets in Oak Creek', a mystery/romance, was published n November 2017.


Born and raised in Germany, the author has spent many years supporting her husband's military career. Moving between Europe and the United States, she now makes her home in the small rural town of Elizabethtown, Kentucky where she enjoys the slower pace of small town living. Early morning weekend walks with her dog Harper are among her favorite activities.






Follow the tour HERE for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!






1 comment

  1. The cover is good, but it doesn't tell me anything about the book.

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