Category Archives: Author’s Notes

Oh my sweet Google, let’s make this all about me.

This is an ode to Google. It’s a powerful tool that shows me locations and even helps me answer weird grammar questions. I stumble across those grammar conundrums all the time, but with Google, my writing ideas become clear for … Continue reading

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Stuffed Souls update: Be still my heart a boy has joined the ranks

I’ve been writing for more than a decade now but my oldest, sixteen-year-old son has never shown any interest in what I write. “They’re just too chickish for me,” he says. Well…you can’t please everyone and my main focus group … Continue reading

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Always learning. Always growing.

I’m over the moon about the launch of my latest novel, Stuffed Souls. It’s my best work yet. Click here to get your copy today. The eBook version will be available next month. I think back over the last decade … Continue reading

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Stuffed Souls pocketbook pre-orders…

Only a few more days, March 1st 2018, until the official release of Stuffed Souls to the public. I wanted to answer a couple of questions I’ve been asked lately, since they seem to keep popping up. The cover makes … Continue reading

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Stuffed Souls lands me a nomination!

I’m excited and nervous all at the same time. I’ve been nominated for Top Female Author presented by TheAuthorsShow.com for my upcoming paranormal novel Stuffed Souls. Winning would be a huge boost to my writing goals, but just being nominated … Continue reading

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Still fighting

Writing books isn’t the hardest thing about being an author. In fact, I sometimes look back on the years of rejections fondly. There were only two things to worry about—keep writing and keep submitting. Now published for several years, I … Continue reading

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I blame the timewarp in my living room

Like an intoxicating drug, I have to be careful with the written word. The right characters and plot can suck me right in, and suddenly, hours have passed and my husband is home from work and wondering why I’m still … Continue reading

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