Oh, I've been around. Doing this and that, more related to life than to writing. But I am back in the saddle and recalibrating my release dates, so stay tuned! One of the things that gets me back into that creative space is communing with other creatives and with their creations. This one, 'Ribbons &… Continue reading Review: ‘Ribbons & Belle’
Over the past three weeks, you’ve gotten acquainted with three of the writers from my upcoming collaboration, ‘Because My Heart Said So’. One by one, Jacinta Howard, Rae Lamar and I have submitted to the inquisition of the author who has played the role of project manager, house-mother and general herder-of-the-cats, Lily Java. Sure, she… Continue reading Lily’s Path to More
This is going to be one of the coolest things I get to do this year, for sure. I'm collaborating with three of my favorite indie authors, Jacinta Howard, Rae Lamar and Lily Java to bring you 'Because My Heart Said So ...' a collection of four Friends-to-Lovers novels to be released in June. Until… Continue reading ‘Because My Heart Said So…’ – A Friends-to-Lovers Collection
Well, she hasn't been missing. But it's been a while since we heard from Jacinta Howard, and only because she was working on a couple of exciting new projects. First, on May 20th, she releases the next installment in her bestselling Prototype Series.
So, it's RELEASE DAY for 'Women: Withstanding All' the anthology developed for Women's History Month that features 14 women writers of disparate genres, including me. Get your copy, and then please leave a review. But if you need persuading, read the excerpt below from my writer-friend Lily Java! Excerpt from: 'Lucky Penny' by Lily Java (Mother)… Continue reading ‘Women: Withstanding All’ is AVAILABLE NOW!
From 'The Fall': Tea usually worked to help calm her when her mind was racing, or if she could not sleep. Something like chamomile or peppermint, neither of which she really enjoyed under usual circumstances. But the chamomile didn’t work tonight, and neither did the one very small glass of chardonnay that she had immediately… Continue reading SAMPLE SUNDAY: From ‘The Fall’
About the book: In the summer of her fifteenth year as a professor at Gilchrist College, Lorna Terry is at a crossroads and, she fears, also on the downswing of her career as the “sole remaining radical feminist in academia.” Having built her life on a theory of non-attachment, she is disturbed to find herself becoming… Continue reading SAMPLE SUNDAY: From ‘The Fall’