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Saturday, April 30, 2011


Soooo the latest Kings of California Harlequin Desire hits the shelves THIS Tuesday!

This is a fun one for me....people always ask where I get my ideas...this one invaded not only my mind, but my HOUSE.

See, the story takes place around a kitchen remodel...yep. You guessed it. During that time last summer when I was making myself and everyone around me nuts, I was also coming up with a way to vent my frustration!

Rafe King is a contractor, assigned to remodel the kitchen of Katie Charles, the Cookie Queen.......oh yes. And there's seduction and a little revenge and secrets and COOKIES!

So don't wait.......rush out and get your copy right away! You can even pre-order by clicking HERE.

And don't forget to let me know what you think of it!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011


Okay, so what brings me back to blogging? Not work. Not books.

Supernatural. It's been renewed for season 7 and I'm happy. What does this say about me?

I like eye candy? Sure why not? I love the paranormal? Oh yes.

Mostly though, I love good writing. Great characters. A story arc that blends family drama, humor, horror and at the heart of it all, brotherly love.

Color me happy.

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Friday, April 08, 2011


So....what do you think about ebooks? Yeah I know. Paper or electronic--that is the question these days. For me, I'm a paperback girl. I like the feel of a real book in my hands. I love opening it for the first time. I love the smell of a brand new book. And the satisfying feel of turning a page to move further into the story.

But hard to miss the fact that ebooks are taking off like never before! Heck, a well known author, Barry Eisler, even walked away from a 500,000 dollar publishing deal in favor of publishing himself online!

WHAT? As a working writer, that's just unfathomable to me. I have nothing against publishing your work online--buy why walk away from a tradtional contract? Why not keep your erights and have the best of both worlds?

So what do you think? Is E the future? Are books going the way of the horse and carriage?