In order of date read:
My Promised Land, Shavit
Detroit: An Autopsy, LeDuff
The Retrospective, Yehoshua
Mary Coin, Silver
Constellation of Vital Phenomena, Marra
Paying for the Party, Armstrong
The Color Master, Bender
The Devil I Know, Kilroy
Bernstein Letters, Bernstein
My Mistake, Menaker
A lot of people will say that Wool is the greatest science fiction novel in decades. And then you’ll have the occasional straggler who says Wool is utterly overrated. The thing is, if you’ve discovered Woolprior to its Simon & Schuster-published release on March 12th, 2013, then you very lik... Read more of this blog post »
Natalie loved me, always. She never doubted me, even from the start when I warned h... Read more of this blog post »
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A list of my favorite things, in honor of the holidays and the song I can’t seem to get out of my head right now!
~ romantic comedy
First question and it’s a hard one! Of all time? I’d have to say Sixteen Candles. John Hughes at his best. We all had those seemingly unattainable crushes in high sch... Read more of this blog post »
Guess what?! I’m so happy to be able to announce that my first novel is finally available for purchase. This has been a long process and I’m so happy to have wonderful friends, family, and of course hopefully some lovely readers to share this with.A Dangerous Invitationis the first book in my ser...Read more of this blog post »
Coming January 6th, 2014
He drifts his hand up a little higher on my thigh and gently squeezes, again. "So I'm popping your concert cherry?"
I blush at his insinuation and slap at his hand that's still resting on my leg, "I guess you are. Be gentle, please."
He groans from... Read more of this blog post »
(1) Use the apostrophe with contractions. The apostrophe is always placed at the spot where the letter has been removed.
don't, isn'... Read more of this blog post »
Now let the arguing begin...
The list below contains 100 pieces of short fiction - short stories, novelettes and novellas - by women writers, published between 1927 and 2012. Each author appears only once. The stories are by no means the best by each...Read more of this blog post »
Figure 1. This is my book wearing its brand new STICKER
I was on the Minnesota Public Radio yesterday. It wasn’t my debut radio performance, but close. And it was fun and went fast, though man, did I sweat it beforehand!
There was discussion about the ‘sex & violence’ and other disturbing cont...Read more of this blog post »
December tenth marks a very special day, the birth of LazyDay Publishing!
My beloved Fab Five series is published through LazyDay as well as my spicier side, Isabella Kole. Isabella made her debut on October ninth with her erotic romance, Accepting His Terms.
Stop by and like LazyDay’s Facebook pag...
You are invited to join friends and family in Beachwood Bay for the wedding of the year...
Lacey James is wild, spontaneous and up for anything.
Daniel Sullivan is careful, sensible, and mending his broken heart.
It’s a match nobody s... Read more of this blog post »
LeKrista Scott has killed a vampire, and now his lover wants revenge.
After months of watching her from the shadows, Lucretious, a millennial vampire, finally makes his attack during a party thrown by his maker, Roman – a party where Roman proclaims his protection over LeKrista. Roman steps i...Read more of this blog post »
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I’m not a tomboy and martial arts don’t belong to the boys of the world. I am myself and I am a woman and these are the things I like to do, which makes them, in the context of my own li...
Release date:September 16th 2013 Self-Published Purchase: Amazon
“One cross will bind two couples across four centuries.”
An ancient love story, locked in the heart of a sunken Armada ship, is destined to find its happy en... Read more of this blog post »
Now that NaNoWriMo is over, if you have finished your novel, you’re going to be setting into the re-write stage pretty soon. I’m still working on finishing mine, so it’ll be a while. The rewrite stage is the hardest part, in my opinion. It’s not just editing out commas and weird sentence structur...Read more of this blog post »
'Tis the season to be giving and all. Want a signed copy of my novel "In the Margins?" Yeah, I thought so. Who doesn't?a Rafflecopter giveaway Read more of this blog post »
I’m currently in a writer’s slump. I understand this happens to all writers, but this has gone on long enough! I’ve been finding every excuse (and not good ones mind you, ie: lets watch that movie again, or I’ll just make a sandwich right quick, is that a pack of rabid squirrels in the back yard?...Read more of this blog post »
Let’s get something out of the way up front.
Autism and Christmas don’t mix. (Tweet this.)
For so long I dreaded the holiday because of the stress it brought to our house. From the week prior to Thanksgiving until January 1, the tension in our home was through the roof. The screaming and tantrums...Read more of this blog post »
Today I got two covers from Laura Shinn for Wolf Legend. They are both great, it’ll be difficult to decide. But I’m thinking the one that shows Snowball standing in the cave at the entrance to Otherworld might be the best choice.The other cover shows the wolf pup in a misty forest. It’s beautiful...Read more of this blog post »
When Kage gave this subject, I explained that my first thought was of corporations. Now years ago, my Master worked at Walmart a... Read more of this blog post »