Thursday, July 14, 2016

I'm Back!

Ok, so, a blogger, I obviously am not. I can't even count on my hands together how many books have been released since the last time I wrote on here. Shame on me (bows head). But... I am willing to do better in the future. We'll see if good intentions will overcome the countless obstacles that surround anyone who juggles family and career in the all-too haphazard way that I do.

Currently, I'm visiting a series of stories set in the fictitious town of Karma. Two of them will be set in the same world and time as most of the series, while one is a literal blast from the past. Are you excited? I am!

That one is not available for pre-order yet-- so don't look! 

I have big plans for the future-- for all the worlds I have already visited, and more that have only started to tickle the surface. Keep an eye out for my addition to the collection, A Wicked Halloween. 

I've had questions about what I'm going to be working on next. The truth is-- I don't know. The squeaky wheels always get the grease. If you want more out of a particular series let me know-- here, on facebook, on twitter, etc. I love my readers and try to be responsive.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Prime Swords-- Where's the Time Machine?

Be still my heart. Where were these when I was a kid? Prime Swords are up on Kickstarter, a moment I've been waiting for. Why? Because I was one of the first people to get to play with one of these babies. I love them. I don't endorse lightly. These are something else. For one thing, my kids haven't managed to destroy them yet. For another... a dragon sword!
 I haven't stolen the image for the dragon swords yet, but they are even more brilliantly amazing.

Check them out-- and let me know on Facebook if you decide to back them (which you will). I have my own little incentive for those who contribute... an advance copy of none other than How (Not) to Love a Hero.

I think Goldie and Cindy would want a couple of these. What do you think?

Friday, March 21, 2014

How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear is now available on Amazon!

Today is a special week for more than one reason. First off-- I finally get to share How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear with all of my readers. Secondly, my youngest is turning two! I've put a lot of time, blood, sweat, and tears into both projects. How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear is a cross-over novel between the Cindy Eller series and the Goldie Locke and the Were Bears series. This book takes us deep into Faerie with both sisters. Because of this, it's best to read the books in both series leading up to this book. I hope you enjoy it!

Sunday, February 9, 2014

How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear

I've been MIA lately, but it's all for a good cause. How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear is in the works. My guess is that it will be out early March, if all the stars align correctly. I'm really excited about this book. It's a cross-over between the Cindy and Goldie series and features many of the favorite characters from the books. What will happen to Cindy and Goldie? Well, you'll have to wait a little longer to find out. If you haven't already-- please join me on facebook. I post updates there as I can and I'm hoping to have some exclusive information for my readers there.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Can't Resist...

Knock Knock

How (Not) to Write a Book

1) Have kids, eat, sleep, have basic personal hygiene, have friends, have any life at all, take time off for being so sick you can't even crawl across the floor or having a baby.

2) Go on Facebook (enough said)

3) Get sucked into watching all eight seasons of Charmed end to end. (Who, me?)

4) Start reading books by your favorite authors 'for research' and end up 1-clicking yourself into debt.

5) Have a neat and tidy house. If the house is clean, the creativity isn't rolling. Cleaning the house is just a procrastination tactic.

6) Run out of caffeine.

7) Did I mention having kids?

8) Actually become 'mentally and emotionally stable'-- I personally think that's just a myth.

9) Have a love life. (Which, after all, just leads to more kids and even less writing time-- so what's the point?)

10) Manage to drop your computer so many times that you actually break it four times in one year and have to have it sent away to be fixed at two weeks a pop. Thank goodness for warranties! (Yes, this has happened this year to me.)

11) Ebay. Etsy. Just... forget they exist.

12) Entertain any idea that there is or ever will be anything more to life than-- in the (paraphrased and rather morbid) words of Hemingway-- sitting down at the keyboard and bleeding.