Have A Bite Cover Reveal!

I've been at the edge of my seat for months, waiting to talk more about my new novella, Have a Bite, book 1 in The Vampires of Brooklyn Chronicles. The release date is May 13 (yes, that's Friday the 13th!) and I'm so excited to reveal the cover now. So, here it is. And in … Continue reading Have A Bite Cover Reveal!

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So Let It Be Done

Happy New Year, everyone! This is my first post of 2016 and I’m doing it in the spirit of renewed energy. The renewed energy comes from having had 5 days off from work over the New Year’s Eve weekend. I don’t expect it to last long, especially since next week is a very full one … Continue reading So Let It Be Done

My Heart Is a Vampire

I want to talk about vampires. Why? Because I’m writing about them. I’ve written them as characters before, but their stories were standalone. A novel. A short story. I love my vampires. I both pity and envy them, and they usually carry a piece of my heart with them and they embody something deep inside my … Continue reading My Heart Is a Vampire

Joy and Sorrow, Together and Apart

Have you ever won anything? A sports trophy? A medal? A commendation for a job well done? A prize for the most cookies, cars, or houses sold? Have you ever won even a runner-up position in a competition? If you’re a writer, have you won something for your writing? Not me. Ever. For anything. Not … Continue reading Joy and Sorrow, Together and Apart

All You Can Eat

ANNOUNCEMENT Can I be more excited? I don’t think so. After having it on hold for the past several years, I can finally announce the upcoming release of All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Lesbian Romance & Erotica. This is an anthology of stories that have food as a central theme. Andi Marquette, my … Continue reading All You Can Eat

On Exhaustion and Bookstores

So, here’s another Friday. For city employees, it’s a three-day weekend (Monday is Veteran’s Day here in the U.S.). A friend asked me what I was going to do over the weekend and I told her my plans. Then I said, “No matter how long the weekend is, it’s never enough time to do everything … Continue reading On Exhaustion and Bookstores