Monthly Archives: October 2012

Goals as Foundation for Conflict

2013 is going to be a landmark year for me. I’ve got two books coming out with Lyrical Press, Wishing for a Highlander and Road Rage. While I’m getting these two books ready for prime time, I’ve got some other … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Effluvium noun a foul-smelling outflow or vapor (especially a gaseous waste) With that, Jessica’s small, desperate hope— that her inner disturbances had been a feverish reaction to the effluvium emanating from the open gutter in front of Champtois’ shop— died … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing

Thank you to my friend and CP, Amy Raby, who tagged me for “The Next Big Thing”, a chain blog Q&A about one’s current work in progress. Take a minute to hop over to her post to see what the … Continue reading

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I am a Winner!

Thank you Mad at RR@H Novel Thought’s & Book Talk and author Marie Harte for the free copy of TIP OF THE SPEAR I won by leaving a comment on RR@H! The blurb got me really excited about TIP OF … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

Deep Desires by Cholotte Stein was a glimpse into something so real, so honest, so powerful, it will stay with me for a long time. Two damaged people risk the security of their protective walls for a chance at something … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Bluestocking noun An educated womanwho is interested in serious subjects Her accents proclaimed her a lady. Worse— if there could be a worse species of humanity— she was, by the sounds of it, a bluestocking. Lord Dain had never before … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

Every girl deserves an ex-military mercenary on her bookshelf. Hard Core by Jennifer Lowery had my heart pumping with adrenaline and squeezing with sympathy for her captivating characters. Alana is a doctor who never got her license and practices on a remote island off … Continue reading

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