In my last blog post, I wrote about the deeply personal standalone novel I’ve been working on for (cough) three years now. Well, folks, I’m still working on it. Several trusted friends and great readers,
The book I’m working on now is different from anything I’ve written before. I’m taking a break from my Nan Vining series and writing a semi-autobiographical standalone novel about life with my mentally ill mom. In
So I could do a whole lot better as a blogger. My last blog post was in 2015. Where does the time go? Writing books. Living life. In the photo above, I’m goofing around with
Cooking is one of my favorite things to do to decompress after a long writing session—or to avoid facing that blank page. I made this favorite chili recipe last Sunday during a rainy weekend. It’s
When I started seriously writing my first novel, back in the 1980s, I was hungry for advice on how to accomplish what seemed to be an almost insurmountable goal. I mean, write a novel? Me?
“A writer wastes nothing,” a saying that’s attributed to F. Scott Fitzgerald, may not be true for all writers, but it’s true for me. It’s especially pertinent to my new standalone novel, The Night Visitor,
My standalone mystery, The Night Visitor, is now on sale! It’s published as an e-book and at a budget-friendly price of just $2.99. That’s less than a latte! The reviews on Goodreads have been amazing.
The promotion whirl for The Night Visitor, my new standalone thriller, is off and running. I’ll be doing a blog tour with stops almost every weekday for the next several weeks. If you post a comment,
The Night Visitor, my standalone paranormal thriller, is on-sale 9/16/14 but available for pre-order now. Pre-order and all the book’s wonderfulness will be downloaded to your e-reader in the wee hours of September 16. I honestly
Happy New Year 2014! I’ve just received my editor’s marked-up manuscript and letter with his changes for The Night Visitor (letters and printed manuscripts are very old school and I love it) and I’m busy at work