My dogs have quirks. The white one, Honey, loves to be outside. C.C., the spotted one, goes out only long enough to do her business. C.C. loves to be scratched on her belly. Honey freaks out if she has to roll over for any reason. They both like to sit on the back of the [...]
Archive for January, 2010
The people of Haiti are on my heart this morning. For me, the sun is rising on a new day. My daughter is safe in her bed. I’m sending my son out the door to school, drinking my second cup of coffee, writing a little bit, and planning for a fun lunch with a friend. [...]
My feelings have always been affected by music and writing is no different. I use songs to help me dig deeper into my characters. Sometimes the songs are songs that the characters would listen to, but more often, the songs tap into the emotions that the characters are feeling.
Just for fun, here are a few [...]
A Life Under Fire
First, his fiancée was murdered. Next, a dear friend. Is an arsonist targeting firehouse chaplain Jake Rollins through his loved ones? FBI agent Chloe Davis is on the case—even though it brings her far too close to the handsome pastor. Chloe has always worked undercover, trusting only herself. How can she believe [...]
Smoke Screen got an awesome review at The Suspense Zone!
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Smoke Screen got five hearts at Pink Heart Review blog!
Check out the great review here at Pink Hearts!
Me: Could you come unload the dishwasher, please?
16-y-o son: Hold on a just second while I spawn.
Those of you with children (spouses?) who play Xbox will understand this conversation. Those of you who don’t…well…obviously, you can see you’re missing out.
Hello, world. Wow. I took nearly six weeks off from the blogosphere. I meant to take maybe a week, two at the most. But then there were Christmas presents to make and brunches to attend and it zoomed by in a flood of chocolate, ornaments, carols, puzzles, travel and chocolate. (Yes, I meant to [...]