Welcome to Sample Sunday. For today’s excerpt, I’m unveiling more of my WIP, Cold Feet Fever, sequel to Fur Ball Fever. I’m 2/3 of the way through the first draft, and thought some of you might enjoy another sneak peek. … Continue reading
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Welcome to Sample Sunday. For today’s excerpt, I’m unveiling more of my WIP, Cold Feet Fever, sequel to Fur Ball Fever. I’m 2/3 of the way of the first draft, and thought some of you might like to check out … Continue reading →
Welcome to Sample Sunday. Today I’m sharing an excerpt from my published book, FUR BALL FEVER, a romantic crime mystery that tickles the funny bone. In this snippet, Auntie Beth is behind the wheel, driving Grace away from an attempted … Continue reading →
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In my opinion, no book is complete without a furry creature. My WIP, Cold Feet Fever, is no exception. A romantic crime mystery and spin-off from Fur Ball Fever, my new book features Nick’s brother, Sam Jackson, a playboy charmer, … Continue reading →
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Last night, my husband and I celebrated my birthday at an upscale seafood restaurant. Wine flowed. The meal was perfect. Everything was delicious, especially the lobster. But something was missing. Last year’s excitement must have spoiled us, because we kept … Continue reading →
My husband and I are travel junkies. This spring we embarked on a 2-week road trip in Ireland. We loved everything about that country. Except the weather. Okay, and maybe the road trip part. But I digress. Today, I want … Continue reading →
I haven’t written much since, well, after my return from Mexico in March. COLD FEET FEVER has been languishing on my D drive for several months. As everyone knows, writing avoidance is a BAD THING for an indie author who … Continue reading →
For today’s sample, I thought I would unveil the first scene of my WIP, Cold Feet Fever, sequel to Fur Ball Fever. I’m 2/3 of the way of the first draft, and thought some of you might be interested in … Continue reading →
Editors and agents are inundated on a daily basis with hundreds of queries from eager authors. The competition is fierce, so aside from having an outstanding plot and fascinating characters, your writing must be clean, tight, and enticing. For that … Continue reading →
Typically, a scene describes action taking place in a single setting and in a single period of time. Similar to a novel, a scene should have a beginning, a middle, and an ending. These are a few writing tips for … Continue reading →