Recently a coworker mentioned that she was spending the day on City Island. “Oh, where’s that?” I asked. The look on her face said, ‘are you kidding me?’ “Are you sure you’re from New York?” She asked. That wasn’t the first time someone asked me if I was sure I’m from New York. But … Continue reading New York, New York
I’ve just published my first story as part of The Bowman’s Inn anthology. Here’s an excerpt from Steamy Connections by Sha Renée “Why do you talk dirty to strangers on the phone?” “For the money.” “The local supermarket wasn’t hiring?” She felt her defenses rising. “Are you judging me?” “No. I just wondered–” “The pay … Continue reading Published!
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In honor of the imminent release of The Bowman’s Inn anthology I would like to sit down with one of the delightful inn employees. But first, let’s give you a little peek into what to expect from this sweet and sexy collection of stories: In the city of Anteros,… Continue reading See What’s Blooming at The Bowman’s Inn
What happens when creative minds get together to combine their talents? The Beatles? Disney/Pixar? Congress? Well now there is The Bowman’s Inn Anthology Six authors have combined their talent to bring you a collection of tales with romance, mystery and maybe a little humor. The delightful short stories feature characters who own or operate … Continue reading My First Publication
I think I tend to ponder death more than the average person. Of course, I don’t really know how often the average person thinks about death, but for reasons I don’t understand, it crosses my mind more than occasionally. For the most part I think I probably try to prepare myself for it emotionally. I … Continue reading I Hearby Bequeath
I’m writing a novel about a young lady named Cassidy who is serving in the US Navy. She grew up without a father and has been deeply hurt by the only guy she ever really loved. Her fear of being hurt again keeps her from getting into any serious love relationships, so she keeps her … Continue reading About My Novel
I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. I stopped doing that years ago. I, like many others, would be determined to eat healthier, exercise more, spend time with family, get more sleep, drink more water, read my Bible, the list goes on. And like many others with good intentions, I’d write schedules, create healthy eating plans, … Continue reading No New Year’s Resolutions