Category Archives: Author’s Notes

Stuffed Souls update

Here is the fully finished cover for my upcoming novel. My fourth young adult novel is so much more than a work of paranormal fiction. It’s a unique spin on what it feels like to not only be the bully, … Continue reading

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Another fan

This week I collected another fan of my writing. All it took was a little trust in my daughter’s raving praise of my work to crack open that first novel in my Rory’s Choice Series. Her words to me, and … Continue reading

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It’s not about greed, but the ability to keep doing what we love

I work in many creative art forms. I teach voice lessons to a select few, which requires me to seek out vocal music for my students to learn. My children take piano, so I’m always on the lookout for new … Continue reading

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stories have personalities too

Every author has their own cadence with the written word, and sometimes, their pacing or word choice just doesn’t jive with us from the onset. That doesn’t necessarily mean the book isn’t good. For example: I found the first chapter … Continue reading

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Pivotal Moments

I’m sure we can all think back and find pivotal moments in our lives—ones that greatly influenced the direction we chose. A silly little karaoke machine my younger sister was given as a gift opened up a world of imagination … Continue reading

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Stuffed Souls update

My next novel, Stuffed Souls, has been given an official date for release—March 1st 2018. For my loyal fans who might be wondering why it won’t be coming out sooner, trust me, this is not a bad thing. Collecting reviews, … Continue reading

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Stuffed Souls insights

With my latest novel, Stuffed Souls, coming out in the next few months, I’ve been thinking a lot about my teenage years. My mother always said she admired my fearlessness, but when it came to this particular classmate, my I-don’t-care-what-you-think-of-me … Continue reading

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