My First Press Release for Cache Under the Stacks

Claire Naden Weaves Romance, Suspense and History in New Novel

Readers follow a divorced empty nester to unveiling the ‘Cache Under the Stacks.’

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Claire Naden debuts in the literary scene with the release of “Cache Under the Stacks: A Cate Wagner Mystery” (published by Archway Publishing). The novel charts the thrilling adventures of one woman who discovers a hidden cache of historical significance and encounters both danger and love as a result.

To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit https://www.amazon.com/Cache-Under-Stacks-Wagner-Mystery/dp/1480859133.

Cate Wagner, a divorced empty nester, sees a chance to start again when she inherits a thriving bookstore. But the dream becomes a nightmare when threats arrive, bringing with them a detective who could solve the mystery, but also take her heart.

Inspired from Naden’s personal experience, “Cache Under the Stacks” offers readers a romantic suspense that also includes bits of World War II historical mystery.

“It is romantic suspense; light on the romance but offering a good suspenseful story with a historical twist,” Naden shares. “In today’s society, stalking has become prevalent and I am hoping that anyone who has fallen prey will feel encouraged that there can be a resolution.”

“Cache Under the Stacks: A Cate Wagner Mystery”
By Claire Naden
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859135
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859159
E-Book | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859142
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Claire Naden resides in Southern California with her husband, David, and their Maltese, Minnie, a secondary character in her book. Born and raised in the Pasadena area, she enjoyed a career as a paralegal before turning her attention to writing full time. Currently, Naden’s writing focuses on romantic suspense and historical fiction with an emphasis on World War II, but her interests also include historical themes in Asia and the Middle East. In addition to writing, she is an avid reader, enjoys going to independent and foreign language films, and caring for Minnie. She holds bachelor’s degrees in English and paralegal studies in addition to master’s degrees in history and library and information science. When forced into an early retirement, she decided there was no better time to put her love of reading and writing skills to good use and into a book. Naden has other projects she is working on including a sequel to “Cache,” a woman’s novel and two World War II historical fictions.

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My First Press Release for Cache Under the Stacks

 

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Claire Naden Weaves Romance, Suspense and History in New Novel

Readers follow a divorced empty nester to unveiling the ‘Cache Under the Stacks.’

News Image

Claire Naden debuts in the literary scene with the release of “Cache Under the Stacks: A Cate Wagner Mystery” (published by Archway Publishing). The novel charts the thrilling adventures of one woman who discovers a hidden cache of historical significance and encounters both danger and love as a result.

To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit https://www.amazon.com/Cache-Under-Stacks-Wagner-Mystery/dp/1480859133.

Cate Wagner, a divorced empty nester, sees a chance to start again when she inherits a thriving bookstore. But the dream becomes a nightmare when threats arrive, bringing with them a detective who could solve the mystery, but also take her heart.

Inspired from Naden’s personal experience, “Cache Under the Stacks” offers readers a romantic suspense that also includes bits of World War II historical mystery.

“It is romantic suspense; light on the romance but offering a good suspenseful story with a historical twist,” Naden shares. “In today’s society, stalking has become prevalent and I am hoping that anyone who has fallen prey will feel encouraged that there can be a resolution.”

“Cache Under the Stacks: A Cate Wagner Mystery”
By Claire Naden
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859135
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859159
E-Book | 282 pages | ISBN 9781480859142
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Claire Naden resides in Southern California with her husband, David, and their Maltese, Minnie, a secondary character in her book. Born and raised in the Pasadena area, she enjoyed a career as a paralegal before turning her attention to writing full time. Currently, Naden’s writing focuses on romantic suspense and historical fiction with an emphasis on World War II, but her interests also include historical themes in Asia and the Middle East. In addition to writing, she is an avid reader, enjoys going to independent and foreign language films, and caring for Minnie. She holds bachelor’s degrees in English and paralegal studies in addition to master’s degrees in history and library and information science. When forced into an early retirement, she decided there was no better time to put her love of reading and writing skills to good use and into a book. Naden has other projects she is working on including a sequel to “Cache,” a woman’s novel and two World War II historical fictions.

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Catching Up!

I have been absent from my own blog for a long time. My apologies to everyone and myself but I have a good excuse. I have been working tirelessly on preparing my manuscript Cache Under the Stacks for publication. I am proud to introduce the cover for my first book and kudos to Archway Publishing for the artwork. If you notice the little white dog midway down the stairs – her name is Minnie and she is a low profile character in my book. More later. Back to the drawing board – reviewing the galleys. But in the meantime, working on a new book, Starting Over, which takes place on the island of Kauai. Excited about this one too! But a ways to go – meaning another 20K words or so. So aloha for now!

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Happy Thanksgiving

I am so very thankful for everyone who has supported my writing career and given me encouragement and support. It hasn’t been easy and is a continual process of learning and adapting why I learn to my writing and making it the best I can. I am thankful for the new writing friends I have met this year at the conferences I attended and look forward to a long relationship with everyone!Blessed Thanksgiving

Catching Up

Hello OctoberThe fall is my favorite time of the year. I think that is because October is my birthday month. I love the autumn colors and foliage. I don’t necessarily like the days getting shorter but that is something we all have to live with until the days start getting longer again in December! I love pumpkin, spice, witches and goblins. I recall one birthday I spent in the Napa Valley and waking up to the frost on the vines – what a gorgeous site – crisp fall air and clear blue skies!

Last month I attended the Historical Writer’s of America Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the beautiful Hyatt Tamayo Resort and Spa. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to take advantage of the spa and horseback riding since I was involved with attending great workshops practically every waking minute. But they were extremely worthwhile and I got acquainted with some fantastic people!

 

Hi Everyone!

It has been too long since I posted here and for that I have no excuse except I have busy with writing and attending conferences. The last one – the Historical Novel Society was held in Portland, Oregon June 22-24 at the beautiful Hilton Hotel in downtown Portland.

There were many workshops –  I had to carefully pick and chose as I couldn’t attend all of them. One of those I attended was – Battle Tested: Women in the Two World Wars with panel members Jennifer Robson and Kate Quinn.  Another one Recent Historical Fiction on the “War to End All Wars” was presented by Glen Craney, Jennifer Robson, and Mary Tod. In addition I took in a panel talking about Historical Romance Writers. In addition, Come With Me to the Land Faraway was beautifully presented by Janie Chang, Elsa Hart, Weina Dai Randel and moderated by Kevan Lyon.  I participated in the Blue Pencil Cafe which allowed me to have a mentor review 10 pages of my manuscript. I was fortunate that I drew Jennifer Robson who is a prolific historical writer of tomes set during WWI and WWII so we had a lot in common. She gave me wonderful feedback on Sophie’s War for which I am grateful. Our luncheon speakers were top-notch – the wonderful Geraldine Brooks author of People of the Book and one of my favs Nine Parts of DesireThe Hidden World of Islamic Women. On Saturday, we were thrilled to have David Ebershoff, author of The Danish Girl and Pasadena. Coincidentally, David is a native of Pasadena as I am and in conversation we talked about our love for our beautiful city. The Historical Novel Society did not disappoint and brought to us top notch luncheon speakers. The conference was over before we knew it and we all brought home lovely memories and information that we can using writing our manuscripts. I am back to the keyboard working hard on a couple of things; primarily Starting Over and Sophie’s War. It is such fun to do what I love to do – putting words on paper for others to someday enjoy!