Tag Archive | suspense

Third Book? Third book.

It’s been almost a full year since I posted a blog. I think the reasons I gave up were not very good ones: Lazy (maybe), my previous books not having a lot of traffic (possibly) and also, no one reads my blog (assuming). But just in case anyone does, I thought it was a good […]

Cheating on Book One

Well, I’m halfway through my second book, the follow-up to The Sharing Moon. I feel really bad though. I’m working on it less than I did the first and I can’t stop thinking about my first whenever I’m writing the second! I find myself drifting . . . I think about my first guy when […]

Frustration and Sex.

I haven’t blogged in almost two weeks but it’s not my fault. It’s the virus’ fault. But now, it’s pretty much non-existent. I’m still talking about the virus here . . . not my hope for book success this week. I’ve reached that plateau where a few things rear up: the fact that my reviews/ratings […]

More Mr. Nice Guy

When I wrote my book, I never had any intention to make my male character, Elijah, a bad boy. There are enough of them in fiction right now. I know the appeal…brooding, dark-eyed, walks crooked, smiles crooked, (what is it with all the crookedness)?? bossy, punches people out for no apparent reason, may smoke or […]

Paperback is now on B&N.com

Paperback is now on B&N.com You can purchase my paperback version of The Sharing Moon at Barnes & Noble or order it in their store.