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Monthly Archives: July 2013
I’m blogging at Charley Descoteaux’s today about the origins of A Knight to Remember and how it managed to turn itself into a series. Pop over, say hi, and explore Charley’s blog Advertisements
This is my third year being on the jury for the Rainbow Awards. They’re well worth checking out, both for authors, and for readers wanting to find new authors and books to read.
I’ve updated the site, and revamped it a bit to show forthcoming books in series, and also what I’m working on. I’ve also added a free read Slice of Heaven, which is a follow up to Slow Dreaming. You can … Continue reading
A big welcome today to fellow Dreamspinner author, Charley Descoteaux, who is on my LJ interviewing one of her characters from her new release Directing Traffic. She’s also sharing an excerpt and there’s a contest on her blog. Drop by … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed by Lily Sawyer and sharing about characters and plotting. Pop over and visit, and explore her site. In other news, we’ve had a few shaky days here in Wellington and a 6.5 earthquake last night. We’re fine … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed at Long and Short Reviews today. Pop over and leave a comment and be in to win an ebook copy of A Knight to Remember
A big welcome to fellow Dreamspinner author, Brynn Stein, today on my LJ. Brynn is sharing the story behind her latest release Haunted.
A big welcome on my LJ today to fellow Dreamspinner Press author, Pinkie Rae Parker, who is sharing her thoughts on Inspiration in Everyday Occurrences.
From Shades of Sepia current word count, 2nd draft, 71,302. “Just because I’m a vampire doesn’t mean I have to be a bat, Ben.” “He’s the one who hangs with Nightwing.” “Oh.” Simon swallowed. He’d seen the comic with that … Continue reading