Robin’s Nest update.

Robin’s Nest is once more available on all retailers. If you’ve been waiting for it to get back on iTunes or Nook, now’s your chance!

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After a car accident puts her in a coma, Samantha awakens to find her best friend, Robin, never left her side. While she recovers, Sam realizes there’s more between them than just friendship. However, she’s afraid that if it doesn’t work out between them, it will ruin their friendship. Sam’s brush with death gives her a renewed understanding of how short life really is.
Deciding the possible benefits are worth the risk, she faces the challenges from her over-protective family head on and leaps into life with both feet, but when more challenges come their way, can Sam and Robin handle them together?

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Robin’s Nest is FREE for a limited time.

On Amazon,  you can go get your copy now!

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Robin’s Nest

After a car accident puts her in a coma, Samantha awakens to find her best friend, Robin, never left her side. While she recovers, Sam realizes there’s more between them than just friendship. However, she’s afraid that if it doesn’t work out between them, it will ruin their friendship. Sam’s brush with death gives her a renewed understanding of how short life really is.
Deciding the possible benefits are worth the risk, she faces the challenges from her over-protective family head on and leaps into life with both feet, but when more challenges come their way, can Sam and Robin handle them together?

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Who Wants a Free Book?

I’ve got one that I’m giving away… and not just one copy but a bunch, to anyone who wants to go download it. Who’s in?

It’s easy, just click on the link for Robin’s Nest and get yours now!


99c Sale! One day only! Robin’s Nest!

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After a car accident puts her in a coma, Samantha awakens to find her best friend, Robin, never left her side.  While she recovers, Sam realizes there’s more between them than just friendship. However, she’s afraid that if it doesn’t work out between them, it will ruin their friendship. Sam’s brush with death gives her a renewed understanding of how short life really is.

Deciding the possible benefits are worth the risk, she faces the challenges from her over-protective family head on and leaps into life with both feet, but when more challenges come their way, can Sam and Robin handle them together?


Now on All Romance eBooks.

All of my books are now available on ARe!  Go pick them up if you don’t already have them!

Kitsune

Change, Fight, Hunt, Live

WMC

Escape, Jade’s Peace, Risking Alex

Novels

Robin’s Nest, Choosing Happiness


And the band marches on.

well, kind of.

3 out of 4 kids are back in school, the last one will be there next week. I’m finally able to get back to writing. I’ve missed it. It’s only been a couple of days, but I’m managing to make my thousand word a day goal, and more.

I’m going to have to push hard to get this book ready to publish before Christmas, but I’m pretty sure I can do it. This is the fourth book in the Kitsune series, and I think I’ll have a title for you soon.

I have several other books waiting in the wings, and I can’t promise what I’ll work on next, but what would you like to see? Another WMC book? Another stand alone novel like Robin’s Nest? More in the Kitsune series? Something entirely different?


I love back to school.

Aside from the killer sales on writing supplies, it also means that I’ll have some peace and quiet to get something done.

No more “MOOOOMMMMM can I have (insert thing you really don’t need permission for)?” 50 times a day. No more standing beside me and touching me (because I have my headphones on so I can’t hear their irritating children’s tv shows or babbling) 4 times in the span of one song. Don’t get me wrong, I love my children. Most of the time. But they can also be some of the most irritating little shits on the planet.

Either way. They’re all back to school and I’m celebrating the release day of Robin’s Nest. Have you picked up your copy yet?


Robin’s Nest is LIVE!

You can find it on Amazon Barnes and Noble Kobo and Smashwords

It should be on iTunes anytime, but it’s not showing up yet and I don’t have an estimate on when it will.

Enjoy!


Upcoming Blog Tour

For Robin’s Nest. I’ve scheduled several interviews and guest blogs to show up all over the place, so check out the schedule and go see some new places on the web.

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August 12th – My Erotic Notions

August 14th – Reading Fiction for Life

August 15th –  Literal Hotties Naughty Book Reviews

August 16th – Brynna Curry

August 17th – Big Girls Heart Books

August 18th – Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews  

August 21st – Elene Sallinger .

August 21st – A Passion for Romance

August 22nd – Books and Kisses

August 23rd – Sarah Ballance   

August 24th – Romance in the Highlands


Two weeks out.

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We’re two weeks out from the release of Robin’s Nest. I’m more than a little excited. This one is set in my tiny home town of Duncan Arizona. I’ve had a lot of people ask me why I chose to set my book there, and it’s not a simple answer.

About ten years ago, shortly after it came out, I picked up Dean Koontz’s By the Light of the Moon. I admit, I read almost everything he writes and have for years, I’m a little behind now because I don’t have the time I once did. But I digress.

Anyway, I was reading the book, which starts out in an unnamed piece of desert in southern Arizona. I don’t remember the character’s names anymore but one pair, a young man and his mentally handicapped brother follow the highways and go through several towns, most of which are unnamed in the story. However, since I had been born and raised in the area, I knew much of where they were. It was exhilarating.

The idea that the people in this book were in places I knew thrilled me in ways I’m not sure I can explain. So when I sat down and started writing, I wanted other people to feel the same. I wanted people who live in the middle of nowhere, to be able to do the same thing I did. Gasp and say “O M G I know that place!” 

I realize there won’t be a huge number of readers who can do that, but it’s a way of connecting with those familiar with the area. It’s was also a way to let people unfamiliar with the area see the beauty there that they haven’t seen, or haven’t seen through the eyes of someone who loves the area.

An added bonus was that it let me visit, at least in my mind, home. I hadn’t been there in quite a while and I got to visit some of my favorite places, and share them with my readers.