Monday, February 8, 2016

Locked out of Love on Display

Locked out of Love is over at the JustParanormalRomance showcase. Woo! Hope you all enjoy the excerpt. :)

Monday, November 2, 2015

Release date!

Happy Monday, everyone!

Hope you all had a wonderful Halloween! I've got some exciting updates: first off, Locked out of Love is now out! Order your copy today and enjoy reading about our favorite nerdy, IT guy, Joel Kegler and how he finds his Mirror Mate!

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Second, I'm happy to announce that I got third place in the Pages From The Heart Contest for my paranormal, time-travel romance: Love, Revenge, and Dragons! Hopefully I'll have some more exciting news to share about this story in the coming months. :)

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Cover Reveal!

I am happy to present to you the cover for Locked out of Love! Book 3 in the Guild of Truth series. :)

Saturday, August 29, 2015


I'm so thrilled to announce that my newest story Love, Revenge, and Dragons is a finalist in the Pages From The Heart Contest! Thank you to all the judges that voted for my story!

Also, for all you Guild of Truth fans, book 3 titled: Locked Out Of Love, will be out hopefully by the end of this year. I am working hard on edits to make the story the best it can be so keep checking back for when it will be released!

Monday, May 11, 2015

Back to Work

Had a wonderful time in Hawaii with my sister for a much needed vacation/graduation present to myself last week. I can't believe it's already over but now it's time to get back to work. I finished my first draft of Guild of Truth novel #3, tentatively titled Siphoner of the Soul, before heading off to the tropics. Now it's time to start draft 2/the editing process. I usually do posts on Monday over at my Facebook and Twitter page for Motivation Monday and thought today I would share my post because it was pretty fitting to my situation.

Sometimes it can be a little daunting to get started on draft 2, or to erase anything from draft 1, but I have to remember that with each change it'll make my story stronger...hopefully. ;)

Here's wishing everyone out there has a wonderful and productive week!

Monday, April 20, 2015

Review #2! A Deep and Dark December!

Happy Monday everyone! I got another review for you to kick off the week!

Another author I had the pleasure of saying hi to at the California Dreamin’ Conference Author Signing was Beth Yarnall. I picked up her latest paranormal novel, A Deep and Dark December.

Love the cover! This was a very fast paced story with suspense, paranormal abilities and my favorite, romance! In the small town of San Rey, the December family has a reputation for being…odd. This isn’t an inaccurate statement as they all have special abilities, some of which involve seeing into the future, reading minds, or implanting suggestions into people’s minds.

Erin December, however, has been hiding her power. All she wants is to find her niche in this small town and be accepted. But her whole world is shifted on its axis when murder hits San Rey and Erin is dragged into the middle of it. Now the spotlight is on her and her strange family and the worse part is she can't even feign ignorance because she keeps having visions about the murders.

Erin finds herself in the middle of an investigation with hottie, Graham Doran, and together they must find the killer before all of San Rey is consumed into chaos, because this murderer isn’t like everyone else—they have an ability too. One that proves stronger than Erin could ever have imagined.

Like I said, this story was a very fast-paced read. It’s non-stop chills, thrills, and steamy Graham. If you like a good murder mystery with a hot sheriff and paranormal powers, this is definitely the book for you!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Breaking the Habit

Happy Monday Everyone!

Hope you're all having a productive start to the week. As for myself, I find that for the past week now I've been working on breaking my habit of writing in passive voice. I'm currently editing a manuscript that could be (cross your fingers!) considered by Decadent Publishing if I can weed out this habit of mine. The first step I think was the easiest, all I had to do was identify and find all the to-be verbs. Little did I know that my manuscript would soon look something like this:

Not sure if you can see it very clearly, but the blue and pink highlights are what I'm talking about. They're pretty much everywhere! It was like a plague of 'was and had' all over the place. But like I said, identifying it was the easy part. Editing the words out and restructuring the sentences is what's been taking the longest. I can happily say that I'm more than 3/4 of the way there and I thought this would be a fun learning experience to share.

Anyone else have the same problem with to-be verbs? Or do you find yourself relying on a certain word too much, or repeating phrases or descriptions? I think I'm guilty of all of it. I'm very much a visual learner and seeing all the highlights really helped me identify what I can focus on and hopefully fix, that way my manuscripts can become stronger. What tricks do you guys have to help with editing?