This Veteran’s Day I’m teaming up with fellow Romance-writing military veterans to bring you a chance to win some great prizes. Continue reading Veteran’s Day Giveaway
Positive reviews are like crack to an author. Continue reading The Thrill of the Ride
In continuing my celebration of authors for the entire month of November, I’m delighted to welcome Addison Brae as today’s guest. She discusses the differences between being a bitch and being a bad-ass. As an added bonus, Addison shares an excerpt from her story, Becker Circle. Female authors strive to create strong female main characters. … Continue reading Bitch or Bad-ass?
I adore smart, dashing gentlemen who aren’t afraid to live on the edge. They can be a bad boy, a billionaire, a prince, or a secret agent. That hint of danger just hooks me! Continue reading Show No Weakness
She’d loved him from the start but right now, at this moment, she understood how much. She loved his sense of humor, his unconditional acceptance, his steadfast friendship, his closeness to his family, his Chris Pine blue eyes, his voice, his touch, his…everything. Continue reading His Voice, His Touch, His…Everything
With great power can come the opportunity for its mis-use. Continue reading It’s Got To Be Magic
Join the Ghost Corps, they said. You’ll live forever, they said. You’ll save mankind, they said. They didn’t say that to do it, first he had to die. Continue reading Lights Out
I’m pretty sure better management of my time could’ve resulted in me getting an “A” Continue reading Oops, I messed up.
I got an “A” on my first exam. I was able to get my son to his appointments and I cleaned and de-tangled his hair. Yes, that’s a process and not much fun for either of us. But I didn’t get much sleep. Continue reading 1st Update: The Class. The Book. The Kid.
Follow the journey with me as I attempt to balance studying, my writing career, parenting and all my other responsibilities. Oh and I’ve somehow got to manage to keep my sanity. Continue reading The Class. The Book. The Kid.
Is it writers’ block? Some authors suffer from writers’ block, some are naturally slow writers. Me… my words, thoughts and ideas just come to me whenever they damn well choose to. So unless I’m on a deadline, I don’t fight it. Rarely am I able to sit with my laptop and just write with words … Continue reading How I Write When My Words Aren’t Flowing