How a Writer Looks for Mistakes

I spent the weekend finishing line edits. Exciting, right? Now I'm reading the manuscript through cover to cover before I send it off to my proofread editor. Why, you might ask? Because I want it to be as clean as possible. Here's the thing about proof edits. They might be considered the 'simplest' edits but... Continue Reading →

A Writer Had to Stand in Line

Today I had to go to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to renew my driver's license. In Ohio, we call it the BMV although other states call it the DMV. But, I I got to the office bright and early to stand in a social-distanced line so that I could take care of business.... Continue Reading →

My Manuscript is Heading Off to School

So I sent off my draft manuscript to my editor for a developmental read. In some respects, I think of this version of the manuscript like a preschool child heading to school for the first time to learn the fundamentals. My editor will read the book and look for big picture issues with plot, character,... Continue Reading →

Release Week in Review

It's hard to believe FOR BETTER OR FOR WOLF released a week ago. I've loved sharing the teasers with you and hearing from readers who are enjoying Connor and Olivia's story. Connor is a twin and when I wrote his brother Jack's story, Connor played front and center in that story and his character spoke... Continue Reading →

For Better or For Wolf Book Teaser

It's hard to believe FOR BETTER OR FOR WOLF releases on Monday, September 16th! As promised, here is a teaser for you so you can hold on for two more days... Preorder:   AMAZON |  iBOOKS  |  B&N  |  KOBO  

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