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A Sleepless night

I've been working on Stupid in Love for a few months now and had a vague idea of where it was going but that isn't new. I don't storyboard, I write spontaneously. I discover more about my characters that way. I like giving them the freedom to tell me who they are, and...

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It’s been a long time

It's taken me this long to get a new web person on board. Now that my page is updated, I'm reconnecting with my subscribers. I'll make this short and sweet...I've got a new series out, titled Women of Eden, and my third book has just been published. I hope you'll take...

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A writer’s dilemma

I've begun the fifth book in my Greenliner's series, a bit of an escape from Eden, and am knee deep in tutus and plies. As I started generating ideas, I got hooked on the story, to the point that several storylines began to form, none of them planned or wanted. Do I...

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A restoration’s in progress

"I think I know the difference between a project that has good bones and one in need of demolition."Jord Sheafson on Noah Timmerman I love home improvement shows and I love writing about women who lean toward unusual occupations. I married the two in Good Bones. Using...

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It’s been a long time…

I've taken some time away from blogging. The reason? I was never sure it was reaching that many people and I didn't think that it had any import on my book sales. I've been rethinking a lot over the last month or so. It started when my father passed away. I was numb,...

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Processing….

I just finished the book Fifty Words for Rain and it still resonates...and I'm trying to figure out why. The story speaks to the Japanese culture back in the early 1900's. Nori, the main character, was born out of wedlock in a time when death should have been her...

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MArketing 101

I've been working with a marketing person, (she's awesome) for the last month and seem to increasing my presence on platforms like Instagram. It's a learning curve for sure and as she teaches me the basics I expand on them through practice, practice, practice. We're...

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Who is Jord?

I've begun my next series, Women of Eden, and the first female lead is Jord Sheafson. Anyone who's read my Everyday Goddesses series has already met Jord. She's Miko's friend, and a house preservationist, who takes classic homes and restores them to their former...

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The end of a series

I completed the first draft of Sweetwater Stables yesterday and although there's plenty of work yet to do, it's bittersweet. Hina's story is the last in the original eight goddesses stories I embarked on last year. I've come to love these women and don't want to leave...

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Times they are a changin’

I'm ready to shift tracks and head in a new direction, hopping aboard the marketing train, bound and determined to improve my skills. I've contacted another person to build a new website and maintain it so my newly published books will make it to the page and I'm...

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