Category Archives: Romance/Suspense

Joffrey Baratheon- Or Buh-Bye Game of Thrones.

Spoiler Alert–   The king is dead. Long live the king. Yes, I read all the books way back when, back when each was released. The two most not-so-recent installments bored me beyond tears. Regardless– Joffrey Baratheon’s recent demise might … Continue reading

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Finding Noodleman. The Real Story Behind My SFR, Captured.

  Mari never expects to find herself caged in a cargo hold on a spaceship. She quickly learns from her captors she’s headed to the meat market. When they try to return her to hypersleep, she resists. After allowing her … Continue reading

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My Everything, A Work of Romantic Suspense.

Security consultant Ben McCall is alone. His wife and unborn child are dead, victims of an assassination attempt meant for someone else. He blames himself. Grieving, he disappears, dead to almost everyone and everything from his past. When his best … Continue reading

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Writerly advice. It wears on me.

Authors, usually successful authors, marketing their road to success to other authors– It has grown tiresome– J.W. Manus excepted. So here’s what I read all the damn time: If you do this, you’ll succeed. If you do that, you’ll succeed. … Continue reading

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Two Right Feet and a Low Resting Heart Rate Do Not a Homicidal Maniac Make.

My husband called our dog a criminal. I beg to differ. And then he claimed he (my husband) is a sociopath, and possibly a homicidal maniac, because he has a low resting heart rate. This is mi vida loca. Again, … Continue reading

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