Today's prompt is "shimmer". As a romantic suspense author, a lot of things can shimmer. Heat can cause shimmering waves to rise off a road. Light can shimmer off all manner of things---weapons, water, women. Because Medici Protectorate Book 3, Body Armor, is releasing soon, I've chosen to print a scene from the novel that uses the … Continue reading Book Excerpt: Body Armor | Shimmer
Body Armor, book 3 of the Medici Protectorate series, will be released soon. It's been with the publisher for a while now, edits are done, and we're just awaiting cover design and layout. Today, I'm giving you a brief look at the burgeoning relationship between Dominico (Nico) Micelli and Donnatella (Donni) Notaro. Nico spends the … Continue reading Novel Excerpt from Body Armor
Okay, the title probably is a bit misleading, but I'll be perfectly frank—I hate writing titles. At least, I hate coming up with them for me. I can usually find a good title for my editing clients if they're stuck. (Isn't it always easier to help someone else rather than ourselves?) But, as usual, I … Continue reading The Modern Medici
I think we, as writers, run hot and cold. At least, I do. Gosh, I hope I'm not the only one who isn't constantly running at highest productivity. It's probably healthy to have ebbs and flows, as much as we'd like to always have more flows than ebbs. Some slower productivity time lets us recharge for … Continue reading A Writer’s Ebbs and Flows
I'm busy working on Medici Protectorate book three, Body Armor. This story follows Nico and Donni, and they're in for a bumpy ride. To get readers out of the Cathedral Lake mindset and into the Medici Protectorate mood, I'm going to post not one, not two, but three tidbits today. That's right; three! One from … Continue reading Tantalizing Tuesday Tidbits—Medici Protectorate Series
Okay, I admit it. The title of this post is hokey. Way hokey. But in honor of my dad’s peculiar sense of humor (Bob jokes are bad enough but his puns are dreadful), I had to do it. Today I’m talking about elements. Not the metals and noble gases that gave us all headaches in … Continue reading It’s Element-ary, Watson!