Interview

Hey there. I had the pleasure of talking with AJ Adaire at her site and just in case you're at all interested in eavesdropping, I thought I'd post the link here. Thanks for joining us. AJADAIRE.COM  

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My Writing Process

Okay, I was tagged by Dejay, author of Redemption, Strangers, and Sisters, in the #mywritingprocess blog series. Authors blog about their writing process and then tag someone else to do the same. We all answer the same four questions. So, here are mine. #1 What am I working on? I’m on high gear right now … Continue reading My Writing Process

Obeying the Muse

Autumn is in the air now and there’s no mistaking that the summer is over. The leaves are turning, everyone has their Halloween decorations and other fall accoutrement on display, and coffee shops are advertising their pumpkin lattes. We’ve come to the end of another month and I haven’t gotten nearly as far in my … Continue reading Obeying the Muse

Readings and Events

Well, here it is, another weekend. It's on the cool side here in New York and autumn is definitely in the air. My neighbor's trees across the street have had red leaves in them for a couple of weeks now, and one of the organizations I belong to has announced the date for their autumn … Continue reading Readings and Events

Chatting and Fall Preview

This week, I had another chat with the lovely Liz McMullen for the The Liz McMullen Show. The show will air on September 6, 2013. We talked about books, characters, relationships, motivations, and other cool stuff. And then I did a reading. The selection was from my new novella, called Add Spice to Taste. This … Continue reading Chatting and Fall Preview

The Painful Journeys of Writing

First, my chat and reading over at the Bar Rag is up for your listening pleasure. If you're interested, stop by when you get a chance to get a sample of Twice Bitten. Now, onto emotional stuff. In one way or another, writers face their fears. Some do it directly by writing about something traumatic … Continue reading The Painful Journeys of Writing