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The Witch King

Can they stay alive long enough to save their kingdoms without falling in love? Kyr, son of the famous warrior, Thalgor, has been tasked to marry the daughter of a warring leader to broker a peace between three clans. Ever the obedient son, he prepares for his wedding only to learn from a slave that […]

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I am a Prism Finalist!!! AND NEW book headed your way!

Coming September 16 from Tule Publishing  — The Witch King!

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Felyn’s Curse

Can love and sacrifice conquer a curse? When Felyn was a young, defenseless witch, she was cursed to live as a shape shifter—a deadly panther. She might have been rescued and raised by a noble and powerful leader, but she lives in fear she will hurt those she loves in her animal form so each […]

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Owed: One Wedding Night

Jake Carlyle always gets what he wants… especially when it comes to his runaway bride. To save her family’s business, determined Madison Ellsworth must turn to Jake Carlyle, her ex lover and the man she left standing at the altar. Jake eventually agrees to help, but on one condition – he gets what he’s owed. […]

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Found: One Secret Baby

Uncovering her secret… LA lawyer Rosalie Walker will do whatever it takes to protect her adopted son. She promised his mother before she died that she’d look after him and keep him safe from his paternal family. So when delectable Morgan Danby walks into her office in search of his nephew, she must keep the […]

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Following the Beacons as I Write

Posted Oct 6 2018

According to the RWA lingo, there are two kinds of writers – plotters, who plan their story out completely ahead of time, and pantsers (as in flying by the seat of your pants), who just jump in and write. The classic description of a pure pantser is Eloisa James’ article in Romance Writers’ Report® “Flying […]

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Putting Writing First

Posted Oct 6 2018

My schedule at work has been changed this year, making it possible for me to write before I go to work without having to get up too early in the morning. So far, the change has been great for my writing. Sitting down at the computer after just a cup of coffee and a quick […]

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A Writer’s Most Important New Year’s Resolution

Posted Oct 6 2018

As I’ve chronicled here, my writing world has changed enormously in the last year. Partly that was because “Games Without Rules” was a finalist in the series contemporary category of the 2010 Golden Heart®. Being a finalist not only brought me new opportunities, but also a whole boatload of new writing friends in the other […]

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