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Yeah, I know, it’s been a long time since I’ve done a “real” blog post. I was just scrolling through my blog and cringed when I realized just how long it’s been. I’ve been participating in the New Adult Author Fall promo with a bunch of other amazing authors (don’t forget – there’s an ereader prize at the end!), which goes up every Tuesday. I also love supporting other authors and sharing them with you so you can find some new reads, so many days the rest of the week have been devoted to cover reveals and new releases for … Continue reading


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Lots going on right now and just enough time for a quick update on the good, the bad and the ugly in my corner of the world. The Good: GENESIS is with the proofreaders this week. Woot! Al.Most.There. Promise is back to 99c for Kindle and FREE for those in the UK. Purpose is nearly in the Top 100 of ALL Kindle Paid in the UK. That would make it a national bestseller. *dies* Thank you to all of the new readers across the pond!!! I can’t ever show how much I appreciate you giving my books a chance. Much, … Continue reading


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Life is all about change. We all know that. If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t adapt to change, we get left behind. The last couple weeks have been nothing but changes. We converted two of our business computers, including my main one, to MacBook Pros. I moved into a real office. Well, not real as in I have to leave the house to go to work, but real as in I’m no longer working in a corner of my bedroom. I invaded the college boy’s room, leaving him a sliver for the weekends, and now have … Continue reading


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I made it home from a fun but exhausting road trip last week and the first thing I did after stepping off the airplane? We went to Apple and bought MacBook Pros. We’d hoped to do this before I left so I wouldn’t have had so many problems while I was gone (and neither would my biz partner, who was left to run the companies with failing computers), but patience became a virtue. They say that happens. So although we had our computers picked out weeks ago, by waiting, we were able to get a better deal. This weekend, I … Continue reading


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Over the last few years, I’ve realized that whenever I come to the close of a big writing project, I go into nesting mode. I’m sure this has something to do with the fact that while I’m involved in such a project, everything else – housecleaning, cooking, entertaining, etc. – fall to the wayside. Even my writing space becomes more and more cramped as my desk becomes a catch-all for everything. And I mean everything. I’d show you a picture of what it looks like now, but it’s just way too embarrassing. It’s not just that things get back-burnered because … Continue reading


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