Today was one of those days. Last night I drove my brother back up to his dorm. A typical weekly practice, but it was almost 2am when we left, so it was really late when I got back. Somewhere in… Continue reading →
Today I’m speechless. Kind of good since I have a special guest blogger! Her newest release, The Storm That Is Sterling, hit the stands last week and its been hot. Known for her Vampire Warden series and here to talk… Continue reading →
It’s official. I’ve started my Kickstarter campaign. Most of you are wondering “what’s Kickstarter?” Kickstarter is a program designed especially for artists trying to fund new projects. Ideas range from books to movies and everything in between.
The reason… Continue reading →
Ok, so I have to admit, I am *not* very good at scary and thrilling. I get scared easily. I can’t ready or watch even moderately scary or I’m awake for a week with night terrors. (I know, I know,…… Continue reading →
Today I’m outstandingly lucky to be interviewing Ms. Emma Shortt, the brilliant voice behind the Greek Love books! In honor of Halloween this weekend, I asked Ms. Shortt if she’d come and talk to us about herself and give us… Continue reading →
This week flew by!
My blog and website are still undergoing some “transitions” (read: I totally botched up my website and my web-guru extraordinaire is trying to make heads or tails of it… Thanks Eugene! I’d be lost without you.)… Continue reading →
This is a question I think of often lately as friends confide in me that their kids *gasp* “don’t like to read their AR books.”
Kids that don’t like to read?? Really?
See, for me, this is such a bizarre… Continue reading →
Life is about always learning. This week, I’ve learned a lot. I thought I’d take a minute to share them with you.
On Monday, I learned that my mom and I can do silly and fun things together, share laughs,… Continue reading →
I was up late last night reading Lisa Renee Jones’ upcoming release, Storm That Is Sterling. Is it great? Oh yeah! I’m not done yet, but I can tell you I’m having the bittersweet feelings of knowing the end… Continue reading →
As a reader I love special things authors do. I treasure my signed copies of Nora Roberts’ books. I love the little bookplates that are themed with my favorite series. I just love the extra touches.
When I decided to… Continue reading →