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Today I have the pleasure of introducing the sexy. No, not the characters in Faith, but the real-life models on the cover. I’d never featured the faces of my main characters on a book cover before for many reasons, but I wanted Faith’s cover to be extra-special. And I had a specific pose in mind for it that would require faces to be shown, at least the profiles. It took me a while to make the final decision, especially because I was so worried I’d never find the perfect models, in my price range, in time. I mean, who can be Mr. Beautiful?! … Continue reading

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Today I’m meeting with my publisher to go over all kinds of fun stuff. It’s going to be a very busy day, so I have just enough time to say this. And, “Oh. Yeah.” Oh, and, “You’re welcome.” I got this from http://www.facebook.com/siobhantotallybookalicious


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This weekend I am doing this: I’ll be selling and signing Promise, Purpose and Genesis: A Soul Savers Novella. Also, the first 250 attendees who get a goody bag will get a bookmark with a free download of Genesis. It’s all for a good cause, and it’s only $35 for wine, gourmet food, massages and other goodies for the ladies. If you’re in the SWFL area, I’d love to see you there! This past weekend, I had to drop the bookmarks off at the Harley store and while I was there, I did some browsing. And found this, which I … Continue reading


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I’m often asked who I would cast as my characters, and it’s a question I refuse to answer directly. For one, there isn’t a single actor I’d choose for Alexis or Tristan or Owen. It’s more like, “So-and-so’s eyes but this other person’s lips and this other one’s nose and that one’s body. But narrower (or wider or sharper or whatever).” They exist in my imagination, so there’s not really one person out there who would be the perfect Tristan, Alexis or Owen. Also, the image the reader conjures might be completely different than mine. I want the reader to … Continue reading


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I’m a soon-to-be-recovering workaholic (soon as when I win the lottery) and I’m a home-body. Since I work at home – for both my day-job and writing – I really, seriously, sadly don’t get out much. This week, though, offered a change of pace. For the past few years, every two months I make an overnight trip to Orlando for the day-job business. It usually entails the drive up there, work for a couple hours, eat in my hotel room and enjoy the quiet and write…or get online because I suddenly feel so lonely. Then I get up the next … Continue reading


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