A Message For PD Singer Fans from Eden Winters

This is Eden Winters, posting to you from PD Singer’s site.

It is with a heavy heart and great sorrow that I must inform you, Pam’s fans, that she left us on October 1, 2020 after losing her battle with cancer. I’m still in shock and in deep mourning over her loss. I was able to visit her near the end. We talked books, old times, fictional characters, and the normal conversations of friends. I hold every one of those moments as dear. During our last conversation, we assured each other that we had many more adventures to come.

She was a wonderful writer and awesome friend. Many will miss her wit, kindness, and words of wisdom.

She spent her final hours surrounded by her loved ones, as she wanted.

Pam left me with three more Kurt and Jake stories for fans of her Mountains series. Look for those spaced out over the next few months.

Know that she loved and appreciated each of you.

Scam alert–are you getting flooded with spam email?

Are you getting a sudden deluge of spammy emails? Like you’ve been signed up for every mailing list and catalog in the universe?

The first impulse is to bulk delete and curse the clown who did this to you.


Curse away, yes, but comb through those emails with a gimlet eye to what actually may be important. Someone has done something underhanded and is relying on the flood of spam to bury an important notification.

Something where you really want to know: a Paypal transaction you didn’t authorize. A credit card transaction for something you didn’t buy and will never see. A notice that someone has applied for Covid-19 benefits in your name.

That last happened up in Canada to an acquaintance, who fortunately spotted the email in the heap of trash and is now recovering the account and unwinding the changes in their CRA account.

That so easily could have gone undetected.

Constant vigilance.

Blood on the Mountain is back!

Look what’s back in print!

This is the third Kurt and Jake novel, back from the mists of rights returns and labor in the new artwork mines.

Kurt with his come hither eyes starred on the new editions of Fire on the Mountain and Snow on the Mountain. No wonder Jake went slightly berserk, right? But here’s the new model for the man who rocked Kurt’s world.

So welcome, or welcome back, to the fourth novel in the Mountain series.

Jake Landon thinks a second ranger season in the Colorado Rockies with his hyper-competent lover Kurt Carlson is close enough to heaven, and a national forest big enough to be his closet. City life, school—and the luxuries of electricity and running water—can wait, maybe forever, as long as Jake doesn’t have to come out. He doesn’t plan on Kurt’s vision of his future being as narrow and direct as the single track roads through the woods.

“Your future, your fear, and me,” Kurt tells Jake. “You can have two of the three, so choose wisely.” Jake may have no choices left after they stumble on armed men guarding a beautiful but deadly crop that doesn’t belong among the pines and spruces.

Kurt’s skills and Jake’s quick wits may not be enough to get them out of this mess—how much of the blood shed on the mountain will be theirs?

Available in print, Mobi, and audio.  Get a copy for your permanent library, or, for a limited time, read in KU. 

Set Up, now in audio

I had the perfect confluence of narrator, story, and opportunity. When Richard Sack said, “I’d like to narrate something short between bigger projects,” I said, “What do you think of Terry and Doug here?”

And he was off and narrating, sending me clips of the flying coleslaw and the nitrous oxide, which… I don’t want to spoil it for you, but he did have to edit out some laughter.

So, this short runs for about an hour, good for treadmill time or a day of errands, possibly waiting for an appointment, and it’s meant to put a smile on your face. Heck, I wrote it, but it was a whole new experience to hear Richard giving life to Terry’s inner dialog. Even knowing what was coming…

 I wrote Doug’s voice as sounding like “chocolate steeped in good Cabernet.” Which Richard does, perfectly. Can we just say, “Richard gives good voice”?

So go ahead–let Richard tell you Terry and Doug’s story. You’ll enjoy it as much as Terry–eventually–does.


“Say hi to Doug at the car show.” Just because Keith is a good pal, has good intentions, and has great taste in men doesn’t mean Terry wants his own personal matchmaker. With his luck and past experience, he and the man Keith set him up with would hate each other on sight. Besides, Terry can’t look for the elusive Doug; he’s too busy ogling a certain gorgeous 1949 MG TC.

The sleek roadster stands out even among a field of classic beauties, and so does the driver. Is it too much to ask that the guy forget about Terry making a fool of himself over the right hand drive and sexy red fenders? Not likely he’ll forget Terry accidentally flinging a bowl of coleslaw at his chest.

If terminal embarrassment isn’t bad enough, now Terry’s had a dental disaster, leaving him with two choices: stay in agony for days, or see the new man in the practice.

Terry’s at the office by one thirty sharp. And he’s parked next to a red MG.

Now available in audio! An hour of banter, classic cars, and the start of something wonderful.

Amazon  |  Audible  |  Apple  |  Kobo  |  Google Play   | Your favorite audiobook vendor, including Scribd, Chirp, BookBeat  | Libraries–request it if they don’t already have it.

Last days of coupon sale

The Smashwords coupon sale has a few days left to run! I have selected titles there from 30 to 60% off, including my latest release, Running to Him. There’s even a free short, Set Up, if you like easily flustered MCs and classic sports cars with your lovin’.

Grab some great summer reading!