Book Release: Quantum Wanderlust

I love to write short stories. For several reasons. They're a nice break from my longer work, they let me explore different genres, and---if I submit them to anthologies---they let me work with other authors and potentially gain new readers. It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of Quantum Wanderlust: A Time Travel … Continue reading Book Release: Quantum Wanderlust

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Book Review: Jacquie Biggar’s TEMPTED BY MR. WRONG

How can something so wrong, feel so right? Falling for her step-brother is a mistake T.J. doesn't want to repeat, but one look into those sapphire blue eyes and she's ready to give Jason whatever he wants. Tammy-Jo Hawthorne's marriage was floundering, but she never expected her husband to make her the laughing stock of … Continue reading Book Review: Jacquie Biggar’s TEMPTED BY MR. WRONG

Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

I chose this quote today because I'm writing the last book in a series that uses alchemy as the supernatural element. So I thought this was fitting. Maybe writers are true alchemists. We start with nothing and create... well, everything. We create people and conflict and settings and storylines. All artists start with a blank … Continue reading Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s THE PLAYGROUND

The hottest new toys of the Christmas season are the Playground Network dolls. They contain a worldwide social network for children. Except the network is controlled by a ruthless businessman with dreams of power. To reach his goals he turns to the occult. Will our children make up his personal army? Could we have an … Continue reading Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s THE PLAYGROUND

Book Review: Sue Coletta’s FRACTURED LIVES

Three couples, the perfect Maine vacation, and a fateful night that lands one of the women in mortal danger. Couples are going missing in Sunset Cove at Long Lake, and the authorities seem more concerned with not tarnishing the reputation of their popular tourist destination. Until ... while out for a spin on her wave … Continue reading Book Review: Sue Coletta’s FRACTURED LIVES

Cover Reveal: Quantum Wanderlust

I'm proud to reveal the cover for the sci-fi time travel anthology---Quantum Wanderlust. Spring Forward, Fall Back. That reminds you of changing the clocks, right? When we talk about the passage of time, it’s usually in short bursts (seconds, minutes, hours) or slightly longer chunks (weeks, months, years). What if it was limitless? What if … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Quantum Wanderlust

Hurricanes, Fires, and Remembrance

Today's post won't be about writing. I want to take a second to talk about heroes and American strength and resilience. Wildfires in the west, hurricanes and flooding in the south and east, and the anniversary of the worst terrorist attacks on American soil. These situations have had me praying non-stop since they happened. Three … Continue reading Hurricanes, Fires, and Remembrance

Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

So, I let you down. I said I was going to get back to daily posts, and it TOTALLY didn't happen. I'm sorry. I offer this as a reason. I've been busy. Note I didn't say excuse. It's not an excuse. It's really a reason. And the quote of the week should tell you why … Continue reading Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

This week was all about editing. I edited for clients, I edited for friends. And now I'm going through three massive galley edits of my own work. That's a lot of editing. I thought this quote was appropriate because of both its beauty and its accuracy. Writing is a passion---a burning need to share a … Continue reading Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

Rules We Memorize

I've been pretty busy lately with editing, both for clients and myself. One of the authors I work with said something to me that got me thinking. Commas and hyphens are the minions of Satan. I'll never figure out how to use them. Anyone who knows me knows math is the bane of my existence. … Continue reading Rules We Memorize