Monthly Archives: September 2016

Goals and Ghostly Stories

I’ve given up on making New Year’s Resolutions. Why? It’s simple. Most of the resolutions I was so intent on keeping, at the time I so energetically wrote on my To-Do-List, fell by the wayside. Was I the only one … Continue reading

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Is it Too Soon to Start Christmas?

Yesterday I ran into one of those giant wholesale stores for a couple of things (crazy concept, right?) and I came out with a giant wreath and a barrel of Christmas tree ornaments. Aside from the fact that I need … Continue reading

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Facebook Event

Facebook events that celebrate new book releases are multiplying every day. In addition to being fun, these events allow direct interaction between authors and readers. The visiting readers receive prizes. The participating authors broaden their readership and garner reviews. On … Continue reading

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Never too late for change

This past Monday, my husband decided to make a change in our lives and close his architectural office to take a position as the Director of Project Development with a local construction contractor. He joked that it would be his … Continue reading

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A Baby for New Year’s

The long-awaited book two in my Holiday Bundles of Joy series is now available for pre-order! A Baby for Christmas has been my bestselling romance since its publication in 2013, and I’m delighted to release A Baby for New Year’s … Continue reading

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The Well Guarded Secrets of Success in Book Publishing

We often talk about success and we do so in BIG ways! But for those of us who have kicked around in this business, we know that success is actually quite small. Many a good book is ignored and will … Continue reading

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Forget Christmas in July; It’s New Years in September

Maybe it’s the shadow of back-to-school still lingering over me. As a kid, celebrating my birthday in late August always meant my gifts revolved around school supplies and new fall clothes. I never really minded; it was a chance to … Continue reading

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