I’ve been playing around with Charlie and Jeremy’s story in my head for the past year. I didn’t think I was ready to write it, as I had another story on my mind. But in October, the motivation to wrap up the stories of some very beloved secondary characters from The Keeper was overwhelming. So…… Continue reading Keep Away Countdown!
I’ve had a lot of questions recently, both from friends/family and people who have reviewed The Keeper online, about what is happening next. So hopefully this post will help clarify with you the direction I’m moving and projects that are upcoming. First, I want to say that yes, I have started working on Keep Away,…… Continue reading So… Now What?
I’ve been a writer all of my life. That has never been a question. When I was a kid, I wrote weird stories about mermaids. When I was in junior high and high school, I wrote stories about my own life, fictionalizing my experiences to create dramatic flair and recreating relationships with guys I had…… Continue reading I’m an Author
I can’t believe I am only THREE DAYS away from The Keeper going live. This book means so much to me. It’s a first attempt at doing something I’ve loved for so long. I’m so worried about what happens next after people start reading it. No matter what happens, THANK YOU for supporting me, even…… Continue reading The Countdown!
A wonderful romance blog, The Broke and The Bookish, began a really amazing trend back in 2010 when they developed a meme for creating Top 10 lists. I felt this week’s theme could be particularly relevant: ~ Top Ten Books To Read If Your Book Club Likes _______________ (if your book club likes historical fiction, inspiring…… Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday
Let’s be real, you didn’t visit this blog post to hear me ramble. Click HERE to get a sweet little teaser of The Keeper! (note: this teaser was previously shared in un-edited form in a newsletter that exactly 1 person read, so… sorry Debbie for the repeat!)
Anyone who really knows me will say that I find correct grammar, spelling and punctuation to be very important. Now, I am not a trained editor or copyeditor, so sometimes I miss the boat. BUT – it’s still at the top of my list. To have my first reviewer specifically comment on the fact I am…… Continue reading First Review