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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 →

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 →

Want Some Candy?

For today's blog, I'd like to feature two things: a huge *thank you* to Ricki Wilson and her Indie Author Spotlight website for promoting Candy Crush this past week. When I emailed Ricki, I had no idea what would happen. I just found her website and thought, this looks interesting. I'll give it a try.... Continue Reading →

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