Pre-Orders are live for the Brazenbourg Duet! Cover reveals and links below, along with answers to some of your questions!
Hello 2021! Creatively, last year didn’t go so well. All of my plans went up in smoke (as did yours, I’m sure!), but this is a new year and I’m feeling very hopeful. The biggest personal changes that will (hopefully) help me this year are related to my health and day job. Last year, I
I hope you all are doing okay, and are safe and healthy! I’m sharing another life and writing update today. PERSONAL LIFE The big news (and the main reason I didn’t post a blog in August) is that my father had his surgery. He had some complications afterwards but he’s doing really well now, which
Is anyone else feeling overwhelmed and anxious? I know I am, but I’m also hopeful. This pandemic will not be resolved in a few weeks, but it will eventually get better, and I keep reminding myself of that. It’s difficult for an author (or any business) to decide what to do during times like these.
I recently read this fantastic post by the fabulous Kristen Ashley, in which she describes why it’s okay to read outside the genre or subgenre you usually read. I LOVE this post. I don’t just mean I love brilliant Kristen Ashley (which I do, and whose books I absolutely adore and own in ebook, paperback,
Only one day left in my #100Days series! Be sure to tune in tomorrow for a fun, final post. In the meantime, here’s an update on how my weekend went. Author-wise, it went pretty well! I had three big goals (write, edit, and design), and I managed to work on two of them (write and
Time for one more post on my weekend plans as part of the #100Days series. If you follow the blog, you know that I took a break after finishing up my recent run of books over the last six weeks (publishing Permanently Princess, Rush, and Ripple, and drafting Frannie’s story for Seaside Valleria 3 and handing
Now that I’ve published Ripple, the second in the Seaside Valleria series, I wanted to give you a quick look and what’s coming up next. I wrote a little bit about it in this post, and I gave my newsletter subscribers a few more details, so I’m sharing them here now, too. Every year around
Before we continue with my series on planning, let’s celebrate a new release! Ripple, Persy & Sully’s story, the second in my Seaside Valleria series, is out now! Amazon: http://geni.us/SV2AZ iBooks: http://geni.us/SV2iBooks Nook: http://geni.us/SV2Nook Kobo: http://geni.us/SV2Kobo Google: http://geni.us/SV2Google Goodreads: http://geni.us/SV2Goodreads Her voice was a rough whisper. “Sometimes I feel like I’ll never have peace.” He reached up to cup her cheek.
It’s the weekend! Now that I’ve finished up Rush and Ripple (Yay!), my weekend goals have shifted, at least for the next couple weeks. I won’t start writing my next book until July, which gives me time to catch up on ALL the things I set aside so I could finish the books. The pre-orders
Why am I celebrating today? Because I’ve just finished – and I mean FINISHED – the first two books in the Seaside Valleria series, Rush and Ripple! Whoo hoo! The pre-orders aren’t up yet, but they should be in the next several days. I’ll do a post when they are. So when are they releasing?