On the Eve of My Destruction

I love Facebook most of the time.  For instance, the "memory" application that shows what you've posted on this day for the last few years. I actually joined waaaaay back. One of the goodies up for grabs today included a poem I had written for a contest in 2010. When they (the contest committee) mentioned my … Continue reading On the Eve of My Destruction

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Heart Attacks and Helicopters

Heart Attacks and Helicopters Or, if you prefer - the day Heaven didn't want me. I wanted to wait to write this blog until I had a little bit of a better (and grateful) perspective on my heart attack. If I would have told you how I felt right after this event – emotionally,  it … Continue reading Heart Attacks and Helicopters

Sometime Yesterday Wins Golden Crown Literary Award for Paranormal Romance

Shut-up! Really? On June 29th, 2013 – my book, Sometime Yesterday, was up for two Golden Crown Literary Awards. One for Debut Author, and one for Paranormal Romance. Being a finalist was shocking enough – being included in that amazing group of talented authors was surreal. But to win? OMG. For those of you that … Continue reading Sometime Yesterday Wins Golden Crown Literary Award for Paranormal Romance

Loving My Niece, Mikaela Lynch

I’m an author, I write for a living. But aside from Daughter’s obituary, this is the hardest thing I have ever put on paper. Last Sunday, on Mother’s day – on a Facebook post no less – I learned that my beautiful niece, Mikaela Lynch – was missing. The beloved daughter of my brother and … Continue reading Loving My Niece, Mikaela Lynch

2012: The Year of Change

What an incredible ride this year has been! I had not one, but TWO books published. I tied third place for debut author and received an honorable mention in the 2012 Rainbow Awards. As I'm an (almost) ordinary housewife this is an incredible event. Radclyffe, talented authors, and editors - welcomed me into the fold … Continue reading 2012: The Year of Change

The Journey

Blink. I did it. I wrote a second book and proved to myself I wasn't a one-trick pony. When my writing journey began, seeing myself published was an elusive dream. To see my name on an actual cover with my words inside it - was something I was looking forward to - in my next … Continue reading The Journey