Hi, everyone. Today I just want to direct you over to Women & Words, where you can enter to win a free copy of Have a Bite, my new vampire novella. I’m giving away one print copy and one ebook copy. All you have to do is leave a comment, and you have until next Thursday, … Continue reading Go Enter to Win Have a Bite!
Some of you will, I'm sure, think I'm nuts for saying Happy Friday the 13th. I mean, what's happy about it, right? Well, what's not happy about it? I don't believe that Friday the 13th is a day filled with evil portent or unlucky occurrences. What is it that makes it unlucky? The number 13? … Continue reading Happy Friday the 13th!
Hi, everyone. So last week, I revealed the cover for my upcoming novella, Have a Bite, book one in The Vampires of Brooklyn Chronicles, as well as a sneak preview. If it sounds like something you would like, there’s still 1 day left to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway for a free print copy. It’s HERE. … Continue reading Books and Music…Made in Heaven
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!
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
The members of my writer’s group are under the impression that I have a following. That’s very sweet of them to think that, but it’s really not all that big. Unless you’re one of the lucky few who are “overnight successes,” it takes years to build an audience. I put quote marks around that because … Continue reading Into the Next
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