Whatever part of my brain I access when I’m writing fiction, I cannot access when my kids are awake and present. I’m interrupted far too many times (in the course of these three paragraphs, I’ve had a discussion about “brain freeze” and “Ninjago Spinjitzu”). The noise of the television or computer totally distracts me. I’m constantly listening for a crash or bickering or something else that will require my attention. Continue reading
I am on Edgy Inspirational Romance today sharing my writing journey and testimony. I’m also giving away paperbacks of my entire Jewel Trilogy plus the bonus Greater Than Rubies. Click here to go to the article From Edgy Romance Author to Edgy Inspirational Romance Author.
Please stop by and say hi, and you can be entered to win the paperback set of four books! Continue readingPin It
Please join me this Saturday for the Woodford County Library’s Pens on Fire Author Series. I will be sitting on a romance author panel with six other amazing romance writers as we discuss writing romance, our sub-genres, and answer questions about writing. After, we’ll all be signing books! The event is from 2-5 at the Woodford County Library, 115 North Main Street, Versailles, Kentucky. You can register (for free) at this link. Continue reading
Saturday mornings are my quiet mornings. Gregg and Kaylee typically sleep in – they’re the sleepers of the family. The boys don’t really sleep in (5:30 this morning), but once they’re up and I feed them (the only morning of the week I give them cold cereal), I put in a full length feature film for them (Spider-Man 3 this morning), and spend the next 90-120 minutes surfing Pinterest uninterrupted. Continue readingPin It
I am a guest tonight on Edin Road Radio, talking with Jesse Coffee about Book in my Jewel Trilogy, Sapphire Ice.
Please join me tonight, August 14th at 6:30 PM EST. If you cannot listen live, the show is archived. You can listen and retrieve the archive at this link: http://www.edinroad.com/radio Continue reading
I think all of my years in corporate America has my mind conditioned to where I’m more productive and where I’m not. I’ve tried writing at the dining room table, and I’ve tried sitting on my couch and working, but I have always worked best at my desk. That’s one of the reasons that makes it hard to work when it’s just me and the boys. My office is removed from the rooms where they’re more likely to play, and I’m not very comfortable with that. Continue readingPin It