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I’m a murderer, an intriguing woman, an enticing man, an evil child, a tarot card reader, a thug…and much more in my book world.

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Mildred...I am SO sorry for not having replied to you sooner. Would you believe this, I'm seeing this message only now?

I was out of the author world for over 9 months, but now that I've quit my day job (yay!) which had consumed my day and night, I'm back to being an author again.

Killing Eva is in final edits. I'm waiting to hear back from my editor. Release may be September.

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Camellia Hart Helicopters fly over my house all the time, and I’m always curious to see their color :) One day I saw a beautiful blue one and right away I wondered…moreHelicopters fly over my house all the time, and I’m always curious to see their color :) One day I saw a beautiful blue one and right away I wondered where the chopper took off from? Was it from a nearby high-rise? Who was in it? Where were they going? The scene about Clive and Eva flying to Santa Barbara is the first scene I wrote for Chasing Eva :)(less)
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Making Connections: * What are you Reading? 1869 1826 Feb 27, 2019 03:22AM  
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“We’re all full of flaws. Hundreds of them. They’re like tiny holes all over our skin. And like your fortune said, sometimes we shine too much light on our own flaws. But there are some people who try to ignore their own flaws by shining light on other people’s to the point that the other person’s flaws become their only focus. They pick at them, little by little, until they rip wide open and that’s all we become to them. One giant, gaping flaw.”
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Donnajo Thank you for accepting my friend request Carmellia.


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