Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cover Reveal for the Bad Boyfriends Series

Rebecca Poole of Dreams2Media has done it again, capturing the look and feel for the Bad Boyfriends Series with a dramatic cityscape and eye-catching graphics. These are for the print versions going live on Amazon very soon. For now, they … Continue reading

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FREE For Romance and Sports Junkies

FREE through 11/15/14, POINTS ON A CURVE. GENRE: Romantic comedy, sports, suspense and good eats Rob van Horn is a hotshot sports journalist with an instinct for a headline. Taylor O’Brien is a basketball player with a checkered past and … Continue reading

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My First Audio Book!

It took forever to decide to take the plunge and produce my very first audiobook, but once I found the right “voice”… Well, the decision got a whole lot easier. Thanks to narrator Kellie Kamryn for bringing my alter ego’s … Continue reading

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And the beat goes on…

The truck is in for its annual inspection. The mechanic checked the tires.         Dry rot, all four. Le sigh. He picked out mid-range all-terrain: good fuel economy, nice tread, puts a dent in the piggybank but … Continue reading

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A Poll: What’s your favorite type of M/M read?

The number of titles in the M/M genre are increasing almost daily. Apparently it’s red hot with no sign of winding down soon. What’s your favorite sub-genre. Tick one or as many as you like to read. I’ll post the … Continue reading

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A Day for Celebration

I have the privilege and honor to attend a very special event this morning. After 23 years “in production,” Roger and Les will tie the knot. Here’s to another 23 years of happiness in an amazing partnership. Congratulations!

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Fickle Fall

Fall is usually glorious, the colors vibrant, the air crisp and clean. But this year, I swear, Mother Nature can’t make up her mind—record warmth, unrelenting overcast skies, chilly mists, and a gloom that’s settled in my bones I can’t seem … Continue reading

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Dingo Run Book Blog Tour, Excerpt, Review & Giveaways

I am delighted to host GGR-Promo Group’s book blog tour for Jack Byrne‘s new M/M Aussie cowboy adventure romance, DINGO RUN (Bushrangers Book 3). We’ll have an R-rated excerpt from the book, a review, plus a chance to win an eBook copy of WALKABOUT (leave … Continue reading

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Waves White Flag

I think I will concede. 2014, you’ve won. This will sound like Dylan’s Broken… Broken pipes Broken dreams Broken fence Broken seams Broken tranny Broken seals Broken tires Broken wheels Broken iPhone Broken bones Broken wishes Broken homes Everything is … Continue reading

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On the Art of the Meltdown

I like to think I avoided the drama queen gene. My mother and grandmothers had it, in spades, especially Grandma Stella who was called “Queen” so often I once thought that was her given name. Don’t get me wrong, I … Continue reading

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