“Open Hearts” – Stealing Hearts #3 (a.k.a. omg, I finished a book)

In March of this year, I made plans for a new addition to the Stealing Hearts series, a Pride-themed story that I tentatively titled Open Hearts and set in the same universe as the Thief of Hearts and Healing Hearts novellas. I outlined and took notes (like a good Virgo), began writing, and even hadContinue reading ““Open Hearts” – Stealing Hearts #3 (a.k.a. omg, I finished a book)”

Autism Awareness Month : Blog Hop, Food Talk, and a Giveaway

Autism fact: There is no known scientific link currently between vaccines and autism. I’m honored participate in RJ Scott’s autism blog hop again this year along with 30 authors, each of whom will share an autism fact each day. There are giveaways too, including one from me at the bottom of this post. Food isContinue reading “Autism Awareness Month : Blog Hop, Food Talk, and a Giveaway”

2019: Looking Back While Looking Forward

2019 proved to be intense in more ways than one and surprisingly productive. My schedule at the day job hit new highs and the drama in my family new lows, but I made time to write and, honestly, I think that act saved me from going under emotionally and mentally. I loved the stories IContinue reading “2019: Looking Back While Looking Forward”

Healing Hearts – Stealing Hearts #2, a holiday novella

Earlier this year, I released Thief of Hearts, a novella for Valentine’s Day. I enjoyed the world I’d built so much, I decided to revisit it for the winter holiday season and wrote Healing Hearts, book two in the Stealing Hearts series, a sexy, hurt-comfort novella featuring a May-December romance. Summary: Some hearts are madeContinue reading “Healing Hearts – Stealing Hearts #2, a holiday novella”

Guest Posts — updated!

Outside of writing and promo, I’ve been immersed in a big project at the day job that’s been both overwhelming and a lot of fun. However, the combo of day work, promo for Third Time’s the Charm, and writing has run me ragged (I can’t recall ever having worked that hard, sheesh) and I haven’tContinue reading “Guest Posts — updated!”

Autism Awareness Month: Blog Hop, Childhood Toys, and a Giveaway

Autism fact: Autism affects all ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Minority groups tend to be diagnosed later and less often.  I’m new to RJ Scott’s autism blog hop and honored to participate. I paused over the theme of childhood toys, though, because in my family, toys were very much a community affair. I grew up the oldest ofContinue reading “Autism Awareness Month: Blog Hop, Childhood Toys, and a Giveaway”