Research, horses and thanks :)

Posted on October 25, 2014 by

If you’ve been following my blog lately, it’s no secret that I’ve been writing a story about two sisters who lost their parents, and that their mom owned a horse farm.  Jasmine, the little sister, is emotionally bonded with her horse Mono. What you may not know is that I don’t know the first, Read More

At the New England Writers Signing

Posted on October 4, 2014 by

Here we are at the New England Writers Signing in Worcester. We’ll be here for another hour or so!   Related articles across the web Deciding Tomorrow By Renee Ericson @EricsonRenee #Release #Excerpt Lost in You by Heidi McLaughlin Release Day Blitz

Fall is here

Posted on September 30, 2014 by

My favorite time of year, and usually my most productive for writing!

Rise Up

Posted on July 12, 2014 by

RELEASE DATE: JULY 14TH, 2014 RELEASE DATE: JULY 21ST, 2014 We all know how fragile life is, especially when faced with a life threatening illness. Stephenie Thomas is a 37 year old mother of 3 boys, wife, friend, reader, and a HUGE indie blogger and lover! Stephenie has done so much for the indie, Read More

So, as the first step in my special March 2014 promotion, A Song for Julia will be free (well, most, actually) on all platforms until the end of March! So, if you haven’t picked it up, now’s the time!  All the download links are located here.  

Sprecher für Hörbücher gesucht

Posted on February 11, 2014 by

An meine deutschen Freunde und Leser: Ich suche derzeit über nach Sprechern für die Hörbuchproduktion meiner Bücher Die letzte Stunde und Vergiss nicht zu atmen. Wenn Sie Schauspieler, Hörbuchsprecher und/oder –produzenten kennen, würden Sie diese Info bitte weitergeben? Ich werde den Gewinn zu 50% teilen. Das ist ein gutes Geschäft, denn Vergiss nicht, Read More

Today is the cover reveal for my newest novel, Girl of Lies, which will go on sale Thursday! First, the links to pre-order: Amazon: Smashwords: Add to your shelf on Goodreads:   Andrea Thompson is smart, assertive and beautiful. She’s also desperately lonely. Raised in Europe by her grandmother, she struggles knowing neither, Read More

Nocturne is now live!

Posted on August 27, 2013 by

Here’s the news we’ve been waiting to announce: Nocturne is now available. Some time ago, I wrote to let you know that Andrea Randall and I were collaborating on a new novel. The result of that effort is now live! Last night, Maryse at Maryse’s Book Blog, reviewed Nocturne. You can check out the review here. She said, among, Read More

Book piracy and me

Posted on March 29, 2013 by

  Over the last couple weeks, I’ve seen some interesting Facebook groups and pages pop up, and the thing they have in common is that they had hundreds or in some cases thousands of members, and they had uploaded thousands of epub books for free download. Books which the authors hadn’t authorized to be, Read More

The Final Piece by Maggi Myers

Posted on March 26, 2013 by

I haven’t posted much in the way of book reviews here lately.  But this one I had to share. I finally got to reading Maggi Myers’ novel The Final Piece. Maggi’s been a fantastic supporter and friend, but for various reasons (mostly because I have very little time to read while I’m writing myself) I hadn’t gotten, Read More

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I stopped and looked at the two of them. Serena, who was tuning her guitar across the room from them, sat her guitar down, slid out of her seat and walked toward me. Her hips swayed as she walked, and she caught my eyes. She was an attractive girl—long, flowing black hair, milk chocolate, Read More