Music or No Music?

Given a choice between music or silence, I’ll choose music every single time. I’m a terrible singer, but you can expect me to jam along with whatever I’m listening to while I’m writing, reading, doing the dishes, or pretty much anything else. I’m not even that picky when it comes to music; I’ll listen to… Continue reading Music or No Music?

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Epilogue or No?

Ever flip to the back of a book to see how many pages you have left before the story inevitable comes to an end? Yeah. Me, too. Sometimes I’m just not ready for a book to end, whether I’m writing or reading. Good characters are like that. They draw you in, make you fall in… Continue reading Epilogue or No?

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Prologue or No?

Typically, I just jump right into my stories. The Devil You Know was a little different, though. I knew right from the onset that I was going to have to set the scene since something that had happened 10 years prior affects Victoria’s life forever. I’m not typically a fan of stories that jump around… Continue reading Prologue or No?

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Author Feature – Beth D. Carter

Beth D. Carter is bringing us another AMAZING romantic suspense from Evernight Publishing! Untraceable is the second book in the World of Danger series. These men will risk everything to keep the women they love out of harm’s way.  Book One: Invincible (out now) Book Two: Untraceable (new release) Book Three: Ruthless (out 2020). Blurb:… Continue reading Author Feature – Beth D. Carter

Kitten Fever

If you follow me on social media, most of you probably know that my husband and I bought about ten acres of land out in the country a few months ago. It’s been a heck of a project so far, but more about that later… So, there’s an existing log cabin on the property which… Continue reading Kitten Fever

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Fiction vs. Reality

Do you ever look at someone or read about something that happened and think, “that belongs in a book?” I love basing characters and situations off of real people and things. Plus, when someone pisses me off in real life, I can kill them off in my book and not get arrested. ;o) In my… Continue reading Fiction vs. Reality