The Kiss in Grave Promises

There are moments as an author when I reread my work and hate every word. And other times that I actually give myself the feels… “He raised his other hand and cupped her cheek. The supple leather of his glove was smooth on her jaw. He swiped a calloused thumb across her lower lip. She leaned in, and he met her halfway, the pressure of his mouth against hers like crystalline water: flooding her senses, buoying her spirit, catching her fall. Delicious. Essential. Elemental. Five long years of imagining what might have been came to light.” https://bit.ly/Grave-Promises

The Photo Beyond the Cover

The photo behind the cover of Beyond the Next Star!! The expression on both their faces perfectly represents the mood I was trying to convey for this book – and it gives me the tingles every time! I can’t thank Covers By Robin enough for making this cover come to life!

Space Coast Book Lovers

Has COVID-19 and social distancing got you down? Plan for a fun future!! Join me in Cape Canaveral on Thursday, June 24-Sunday, June 27, 2021 along with 70+ other authors at the 5th Annual Space Coast Book Lovers! Meet your favorite authors and discover your next new favorite book! And in addition to the meet and greets and book signing, I’ll be presenting a “Decide Your Fate: Alien Abduction Adventure!”

Hauntings Past & Present

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.

Words on the Page

I hope you’re taking a moment to enjoy this Labor Day with family, friends, and a load off from the usual grind, but when it’s back to business tomorrow, my best advise to getting started on a first book is to get excited about an idea or character – and just start writing. And don’t stop until your story is done. As the greats have said before me, you can’t edit a blank page.