Happy 6th Anniversary Wicked Flower + Deleted Scene

Hello to you and thank you so much for stopping by. Today is very special because it marks six years since the release of a book I wrote called Wicked Flower: A Sin Pointe Novel. You can click HERE to hop to the Wicked Flower book page and to avoid any spoilers if you haven't… Continue reading Happy 6th Anniversary Wicked Flower + Deleted Scene


Smashwords Summer/Winter Book Sale!

Greetings to you, smile. I hope this quick little note finds you well, and if you're not feeling quite at your best, I hope it finds you on your way there. A quick fix for me is often just standing up from wherever I'm at in my home and stepping outside. Even just a few… Continue reading Smashwords Summer/Winter Book Sale!


Epic Twilight Roadtrip

Knowing where to start this is even more difficult than knowing where to start one of my novels. You see, my family and I just returned from an epic road trip adventure in which we hopped in our Honda Civic (her name is Luna) with our two dogs and drove the entire coastal length of… Continue reading Epic Twilight Roadtrip


In Your Hands

On May 1st, I published a full length novel. The book is called In A Man's Hands. I'm very happy with it and I hope it makes its way into the hands of whoever it's supposed to find its way to. I believe in this type of magic so strongly that I have to remind myself… Continue reading In Your Hands


Red Nose Day: A Very Doable Way to Help Kids

You know what's so great about May 24th? Easy. It's Red Nose Day this year and that means helping kids and having fun. If you're like me, you want to help. You might not have a lot of extra money in the budget, but you do have great ideas from time to time on how to… Continue reading Red Nose Day: A Very Doable Way to Help Kids


Anchors and Uplifters

Hello, and welcome! I'm very happy to be here today and to share this blog post with you. I know it has been a while, and I am truly appreciative to be here writing again. As I think about the future and the limitless possibilities of it all, I'd like to dip back into the… Continue reading Anchors and Uplifters