Tuesday, October 15, 2019

I have a release date!

I just sent out my most recent newsletter (viewable via the News tab), and wouldn't you know it, I got a release date right after I sent the newsletter.

December 6 will see the release of Whole, my Alice in Wonderland story. That makes two books this year: Pried earlier and now this one -- and you know what that means --

Time to submit another book to my editor!


Wednesday, August 14, 2019

My latest newsletter: available now

My every-other-month newsletter has been uploaded here, to the "News" section of my website. Check it out for some details about my new cover, release dates, and a travel update.

Sunday, July 14, 2019

What's going on?

I'm busy, as usual!

Since my last book released, I finished the final edits for the next book in the Remembered Classics series. And you get a chance to see the cover for the first time:


Yep, here it is -- my Alice in Wonderland story.

Alice, you say? A gun and a blood-splattered political badge.

Trust me -- it makes sense. Alice helps someone become whole (and goes down a rabbit hole of intrigue to do so). I don't have a release date yet, but like I said, final edits are done.

What's next?

I'm working on the Little Mermaid story (she was a stalker. You knew that, right?) I plan to submit another Remembered Classic as soon as I know my release date for Whole. Which should I submit next? Jane Eyre? Beauty and the Beast? Snow White?

I'll let you know as soon as I decide!


Saturday, April 20, 2019

We have a live link!

Well, it's live on Amazon and soon on Barnes & Noble:

Pried, my homage to Pride and Prejudice -- featuring Jane Austin (no, not the Jane Austen), Fitz Williams, Mr. Collins, Mrs. Burge, and a cast of characters dedicated to land fraud, saving turtles, and romance -- of course!

This is my 36th romance (not all of them are still in print, but hey, it counts)!!!!




Sunday, April 7, 2019

Sometimes life hands you a wake-up call

That's what happened with the Spousal Unit the other day. Long story short: blood clots on the lungs. The doctor spoke to us post-treatment and said, "I normally have this talk with the widow."

Yep, he dodged the Big Bullet, only because he's been so active up to now. But lately he's been sitting a lot because he's doing a lot of writing (working on a screenplay).

So I bought him a Fitbit and told him to keep moving. I understand sitting for long periods; heck, I do it all the time. But I also get up and move on a regular basis.

The moral of the story: move it or lose it -- lose it all!