Friend: How do you write a book? Me: One word at a time. Friend: But where do you get the ideas to write 200 or more pages? I don't know. Not really. I don't think any author does. But I do know WHEN I've got an idea for a book. There's a niggling in my… Continue reading Where baby books come from…
Today I want to you meet fellow eXtasy author Cass Ford. Check out her debut novel Prince of Sin. BOOK BLURB: When savvy gossip vlogger Morgan Sidney gets assigned the breakup of porn’s most illustrious couple, she strikes a deal with her boss—if she scores an exclusive, she’ll get promoted. So when the famous and… Continue reading Meet Cass Ford
Congratulations to Christina Mc Theny for her detailed and convincing entry to win a copy of Vegas Lights!
Wahoo! It's live. You can finally read Vegas Lights. Xavi comes back better than ever, this time tangling with a paranormal named Sylvie. We get her point of view on him, though she isn't too impressed at first. Yup. That’s him. She hadn’t known his name was Xavi, but there was no mistaking the front man… Continue reading What happens in Vegas…
The heat here has been miserable, really miserable, making it difficult to find the motivation to do much of anything. This, coupled with the fact I worked out a bit too hard at the gym, made me pick up the book I purchased over the weekend. The Girl in Red by Christina Henry. I'm bad… Continue reading Waiting for the rain
It's been forever since I've posted because life has been a bit of a rollercoaster. (Did I mention I had surgery?) But I've been writing and editing and revising. Just not retiring from my IRL job because...well, reasons. However, I have been traveling and researching and planning lots of goodness for you. So darlings, I'm… Continue reading Yeah, so I suck at blogging.
You might wonder why a book in a series about Irish gods is set primarily in Scotland. Well...the answer is two-fold. The first is that's where Gareth lives as a young adult and adult, but he was born in Ireland of Irish parents. The second is that for the Celtic Otherworld--Tír na Nog--isn't subdivided into… Continue reading A Scottish God in an Irish Series?
Christmas: the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t it? Or so it’s said. For me, Christmas was and is The Nutcracker. You can keep your Rudolph and his shiny nose. So what if there is a year without a Sant Claus? Give me Clara and her Nutcracker, a battle with a giant mouse, a… Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.
I was given homework, the good kind: to post here, which is good because I am terrible at this blogging thing. The Writer’s Tag was created by Lorraine Ambers and Ari Meghlen as a fun way to connect with other writers, and help us get to know each other better. I have been tagged by my… Continue reading Tag. I’m it.
Long time, no write. Life's been crazier than usual. DD is home from Germany, and we're trying to get her ready for Uni in Leicester. Son #2 is a senior in college. Son #3 is a sophomore. Son #1 is taking the world by storm And now Gods and Mortals is about to be released. It… Continue reading Gods and Mortals