Technically, I’m writing this BEFORE the big update, so it’s more of a “Batten down the hatches!” sort of thing. Here’s the stuff that’s gone before. 2017 has actually been a pretty awesome year. In Jan, my first Nocturne Falls Universe story came out – Magic’s Song. I love that story. Playing with a new […]

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My lastest book in the Nocturne Falls Universe is out today! MAGIC’S FATE Fulfill three quests, return the missing shards of an evil sword, or people die. Nothing a wounded Russian sorcerer and an artist with a talent for roping can’t handle. Rodion Czernovitch is in Nocturne Falls recovering from a serious injury and working […]

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So excited to be able to present my newest story – MAGIC’S SONG – to all of you! Several months ago, Kristen Painter gave me the opportunity to write in the world of Nocturne Falls, which she’d created for her fun, light paranormal series. I’ve been a fan of hers for years, and I glommed onto […]

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So I’m part of a couple of very cool promotions taking place over the next few days! Over 60 Sci Fi Romance authors are participating in a chance for you to win our books, PLUS a new Kindle!! You could win a copy of my story, A WOLF TO WATCH OVER ME to start out […]

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*Excited author flail!* This book was a challenge – literally – someone on Romance Divas said, “Why don’t we see more books with older heroes and heroines? Let’s write some!” So I did. 🙂 After all, surely some of the characters in my Wolves of Fenrir series had parents or mentors or…y’know, old people in […]

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So excited this book is coming out on Thursday! And really, especially excited that I was able to play with a couple of older characters – folks who’ve seen a thing or two in their lives, but they’re still open to love. Fine, so Dagny had to pry Niall open, but he got there!  

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I don’t write in my blog enough. I’m just going to start putting random thoughts in here and see if that helps me post more. Anyway, my favorite line from today’s writing: A chuckle crept out of her. So inappropriate. They were kneeling over a dead body, and its blood was drying on their skin, […]

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I admit it, I’m a freak. I kind of like writing synopses. I hate writing blurbs, but synopses don’t bother me. I’m not sure why. I guess it’s the big picture storyteller in me. Writing the story itself is nothing but detail after detail. It’s storytelling on a microscopic scale. But a synopsis is big, […]

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