eBook Sale Ending at Midnight ET

A short reminder that tonight is the last opportunity to buy my ebook titles at the 65% discount rate offered through the month of March. The sale will end tonight at midnight, Eastern Time. The sale includes: Also, my publisher, Amazon is offering my debut novel, Wait a Lonely Lifetime at a discount.     […]

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Ebook Sale Starts March 4!

Montlake Publishing (my publisher for my debut novel) will, on Amazon, be offering Wait a Lonely Lifetime at 1/3 the usual price (99¢) from Friday, March 4th through Monday, April 4th. In the spirit of this Spring Sale from Montlake Publishing, I will be offering the same amazing deal for ALL my books currently listed on Amazon, Kobo, […]

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What’s So Great About Teachers? — Repost

This post first appeared a few months after the publication of my debut Romance, Wait a Lonely Lifetime. For those of us who are perpetual students, love researching for our books and lectures, the people who inspired us to love learning are the real heroes. September 23, 2012 Students of all ages started back to school […]

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Title Search – Repost

This repost contains some music links to artists and songs that were inspirational to me for some personal, as well as professional, reasons. Again, this was part of the promotion I did for my debut novel. February 23, 2012 Forget blurbs. Forget synopses. Forget even writing a novel or composing the jacket cover biography. The […]

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Self-Promotion & Me & All Those Who’ve Played Their Part – Repost

You may find this particular repost about self-promotion of value. As the date confirms, this was first posted three months before my debut contemporary novel was released. January 23, 2012 While watching Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, I noticed the frequency of the self-promotion opportunities taken by the artists and writers (portrayed according to Allen’s story) […]

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Interview with Ilsa Mayr: The Widow – Repost

Disclaimer: This interview appeared shortly after the publication of Ilsa Mayr’s novel, The Widow, a book about one woman’s experience of illegal immigration. There are always circumstances that humanize a situation that is fraught with difficulties. This story is imaginary and does not address the reality of the millions of illegal aliens who have crossed […]

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Sense of Place – Repost

The following article appeared on Avalon Authors while I revised Salsa Dancing with Pterodactyls. October 23, 2011 A few years ago, one of the first comments I received on a manuscript I submitted to an agent was “I don’t know where this takes place.” I thought the descriptions were pretty clear. As far as I […]

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