This is a page for my newsletters -- I've been writing a newsletter since I started in publishing and now I'm doing 6 newsletters a year.

  • January/Februarywhere we once again have the Privacy Policy chat, and I talk about book covers and my plans for the year (ambitious!)
  • March/Aprilin which a new book coming soon is discussed, some insights into Pub Land, and talk about The Scottish Play.
  • May/June, where I talk about 3 new books coming this summer and the author angst of editing ... again
  • July/August, in which I show off the nifty ads for my new books and a new cover!
  • September/October, where I talk about a release date for a new book this year.

  • January/February, where we once again have the Privacy Policy chat, and I tell how the move went (terrible), and what's next.
  • March/April, where I show off a new cover and give an update on manuscripts finished and ones in progress.
  • May/June, where I talk about gardening (or lack thereof) and a new book coming out next year.
  • July/August, where I show off a new cover and talk about the trials and tribulations of editing. Sigh.
  • September/October, where I give a release date and talk about how much fun I'm having writing.
  • November/December, where I update you all on my 14th year in publishing. It's been a lot of fun and I'm not done yet!


  • January/February, where I have the Privacy Policy talk, reveal new covers for old books and see the end in sight of an ongoing work in progress.
  • March/April, where I talk about pandemics (real and imagined) and reveal a cover for a 3-book set coming soon.
  • May/June, where I reveal a cover for a book coming soon and discuss how, once again, I have voices in my head.
  • Sept/Oct, in which I talk about a hurricane (and the missing newsletter), a new book sold, a new book released, and an upcoming move. 
  • Nov/Dec, in which I talk about a move -- hopefully. You won't know if I succeeded until January.

  • January/February, in which I talk about my privacy policy, my new job, and writing two books in the time I normally write one.
  • March/April, where I show off the cover for my next release and I share the news about selling another Remembered Classics book.
  • May/June, talking about reviewing galley proofs, tackling a new Remembered Classics book, and sharing news about upcoming travel.
  • July/August, with a picture of my new cover and an update on travel adventures and release dates.
  • September/October, talking about upcoming releases, finished manuscripts, and future plans.
  • November/December, where I provide a link to my latest book and update you on how Cinderella is coming along.