Emerging from Writer Hibernation

Now that I'm done with rereading my paranormal wedding planner series there are no more excuses. It's time for me to start writing the final book. So I am coming out of hibernation (even though it is really cold here) to dig into McHenry's story. The good news is that I wrote some this weekend... Continue Reading →

Reading Marathon Done – Writing Marathon Coming Next?

This past weekend I finished re-reading FOR WITCH OR FOR POORER, book five in my paranormal wedding planner series. I'm happy to see I still like my hero and heroine. Giz was a challenge for me to write, because he really hadn't been front and center in the other stories, but he did shine in... Continue Reading →

Winter With the Wolf Brothers

If you've been following my blog lately, you know that I'm reading the first five books in my paranormal wedding planner series before I start writing the final book. It's been an interesting exercise so far. To read the books in less than a month when it took me years to write them gives me... 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 →

Twisty-Turny Cover Journey

Last week, I revealed the cover of FOR WITCH OR FOR POORER, book 5 in my wedding planner series. And I thought it would be fun to share with you the twisty-turny journey I went on to get it to you. Actually, it wasn't just me on the journey. Melissa Stevens my cover artist from... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Crossroads

When an author writes "the end" to a story, it's an amazing feeling. But it also signals the author to gear up for what they are going to do next. If they are in the middle of a series and have obligations to finish that, then it isn't hard to make a decision to move... Continue Reading →

Writing Style – Tortoise or the Hare?

Writing is an interesting job. It's part part project management, part marketing, part story-telling. The list goes on. And because of this, it takes creativity as well as mental and emotional strength to create an engaging story. And for me, sometimes writing can be compared to the tortoise and the hare. I am currently writing... Continue Reading →

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