Sound the horns! Throw the confetti! Pop the champagne! That’s right—the final book of my paranormal romance series, Heirs to Camelot is finally out! It’s got aliens, talking dogs and cats, romance, a Grail Quest, more romance, demons, psychic phenomena of every sort, and ALL THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER you can possibly stand! May I […]
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THE SOLSTICE BRIDE Cover Reveal!
I’m thrilled to reveal the final cover of THE SOLSTICE BRIDE, Book 2 of the Heirs to Camelot series.
End of 2018 Round-Up
Big Author Interview in RNR!
Divine Spark of Love Ignites THE ROSE TH...
What if Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams had a baby in a magical universe? That’s THE ROSE THIEF! Ned Sparks is the Thief Catcher of Roshaven—a town where magical creatures, controlled lawlessness, a complex bureaucracy, a mysterious Emperor (may he live forever and ever), and a large dose of whimsy, rule. Ned, along with a […]
Great YA Contemporary Fantasy THE MOSAIC
When Chloe and Zoe Tozier, orphaned teenage twins growing-up in their grandmothers quirky but seemingly dull Kansas museum/mansion, follow a wayward sparrow down a mysterious secret hallway to a basement they never knew existed—odd things start to happen fast. They discover a huge mosaic, hidden in the secret room, but it’s half destroyed. Replacing just […]
Writing Sexy Sex
What I’m listening to: “Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About” by Bonnie Raitt Insert Tab A into Slot B repeatedly until physical release is obtained. I believe I’ve just written the world’s most boring sentence about sex! But at the end of the day, that’s all sex is. It surely doesn’t feel that […]
A Writer Writes
You become a writer by writing, the same way you become a trombone player by playing the trombone (tromboning?). One word after another, you pile them up until they are poems, flash fiction, short stories, novellas, novels, epics, serials…. you get the point.
What Does Your Character Look Like?
A recent post in the SciFi Roundtable Facebook page asked authors what their characters looked like. Many drew their characters. I can hardly draw a straight line, so I’ve never attempted that. Instead, I found pictures online.