In the spirit of rebirth and new life, I separated and replanted my sago palm pup! Crossing my fingers he thrives on his own! #happyeaster #plantsofinstagram #palmtrees #gardening #garden
I don’t wear glasses often, but when I do, I can’t decide which I like more. Out with the old and in with the new? Or (more likely) keep them both? 🤓
FALLing in love at Cox Arboretum MetroPark with Derek! It’s sweater weather in Dayton, Ohio, and although I’m a beach girl, you can’t deny the beauty of true autumn.
Romancing the Holidays releases on September 22… that’s one week away! Being an anthology and fundraiser, there were literally a dozen hands on deck to make this project a success. Thank you to First Coast Romance Writers and my fellow short story contributors for making this dream a reality!
Everyone has things to do, and who doesn’t like to write them down? I’ve given pens away for a while…but the sticky notes are new!! Remember your “to do” in night blood style LOL!
The haunting of a past love or a present ghost – which would you rather face? In my story, Grave Promises, my characters are forced to confront both! No surprise there – if you’ve read my other books, you know how I love to put my characters through the wringer.
Terra Grum is three impossible things: a witch, Ash Henderson’s former high school crush, and still under his skin. But she’s the only person who might actually believe that a ghost is haunting his house. Despite the tension and longing that lingers between them—feelings better laid to rest—Terra agrees to help exorcise Ash’s ghost. Only by working together can they hope to survive this Halloween night, but their own unfinished business is by far the more dangerous apparition.
SNEAK PEEK! Get your first glimpse of our heroine from Grave Promises… “Charles Ashley Henderson III scowled through his black-rimmed glasses and across his rather long nose at Terra Grum darkening his doorstep. From her high-collared, sleeveless lace top and tight jeans to her knee-high combat boots, she was dressed in unrelenting black. Even the roller baggage she’d brought was black. He’d blame the holiday, except he knew from their six years of elementary school, three years of middle school, and four years of high school together that this was her normal everyday attire. And apparently in the five years since graduation, her monochromatic style hadn’t changed.”
Get your first glimpse 👀 at our hero from Grave Promises: Ash Henderson. “The sharp cut of his square jaw could knock someone out with its jutting disapproval. His thick brows cast a perpetual shadow over the deep set of his aquamarine eyes, and that voice! Oh, his voice had always been deep, even in high school, but now with a thick, barrel chest to match, it had roughened and richened. Even cast in censure, the vibrations of his words did wicked things to the pit of her gut that some men couldn’t even achieve with their tongue.”
Happy National Book Lovers Day!! Many blessings in my life – personal goals, career ambitions, life passions, self-worth and confidence – were inspired by the brave heroines in romance novels who fought for their lives and loves and won. Thank you to all the authors who continue to influence and inspire through stories of heroes and heroines who overcome great odds to find their happily ever afters…so we can find the strength to do the same.