Evolution of the Beach Experience

Readers often ask, “Where do you get the inspiration for your books?” The easy answer is ... Everywhere. I once concocted an entire novel in my head, about a wedding planner and one of the guests, along with some intrigue for excitement, while sitting through one of my husband’s cousin’s weddings. When the hubs nudged my... Continue Reading →

This Writer Learns to Let Go

I have learned a great deal since I made the decision that this writing gig was actually, truly meant to be my career. As much as I have already learned, so I know there is much, much more. One thing I am in the process of learning is to let go. What do es that... Continue Reading →

Candy Crush – My Book Boyfriend

For today’s blog, I’m going to talk about Candy Crush, a self-published contemporary suspense I released in January 2014. This is one of my favorites, of all the books I’ve written, and I think that is largely due to the hero, Brandon Sarantos. He’s gorgeous (well, duh), but it’s more than that. I just adore... Continue Reading →

I Have Fantasies, Do You?

Today, we’re going to talk about my fantasies. Not those fantasies. If you want to read about those fantasies, check out my books. To learn about my other fantasy, read on. The fantasy I want to talk about today is the Grand Poobah of all author fantasies: Writing as your one and only career. That’s... Continue Reading →

Dinnertime with the Fam

Is the family dinner necessary in today’s world? I feel like my family is the poster child for the answer. Let me introduce you… Me: Self-published author who also works a job-with-a-steady-paycheck that is located approximately 45 minutes from my home. I spend half that ridiculously long drive trying not to develop road rage over... Continue Reading →

Writing and Vacations

My family recently returned from a cross-country vacation. We drove from Michigan to Dallas, Texas (nineteen and a half hours without spending the night along the way). From there we headed east to spend a few days in north Louisiana, and finally headed further east to Alabama before veering north again and returning home. It... Continue Reading →

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