Writing is my job. In my beefy little 2022 planner, four books lurk. I'm deciding, amongst the dozens of other plates I'm juggling, how 2022 will look. Where are the months when my hair is on fire? Which ones have a getaway tucked into their folds? I think I can If confessing, I'm not the… Continue reading Writings and Deadlines, Oh My!
Creatives thrive on feedback and for authors that means reviews. No point in sugarcoating it, a good review makes an author glow. A reader loved the book, finished the book, and wants more. It's the trifecta of months (or years) of effort. Recently, a reader posted this review of Salt Shaken on Amazon, and yeah,… Continue reading Reviews are Basically Crack for Authors
It's time to plan for 2022. How many books to write? Conferences to attend? What long term goals fill the upcoming year? Which short term ones occupy the quarters?Taking stock keeps focus on the front burner. August, with its conferences and a book launch, wore me out. I sat with my goals and my brain,… Continue reading September Ramblings
As an elite author at the Orlando Reads Books conference, I sat panels, events, and a big signing. My first large scale event since 2019, and I felt rusty. Hell, I was rusty. I'd sat in my safe places and wrote five books, waiting for this virus to stop sickening and killing people I liked.… Continue reading Peopling post-Covid and a free book opportunity!
I've discovered a new book retailer, and am excited to announce that B4R Bookstore now features Winnie Winkle. I've got a special deal for you to take advantage of, if you are looking to save a few bucks. I've listed my entire catalog of books on B4R, and you can purchase both paperbacks and ebooks… Continue reading B4R Bookstore features Winnie Winkle, and other news
Last Saturday we hit the road to eat good southern BBQ. explore, and check a few work related boxes. First stop was Alabama, to visit with striking mine workers; it was an eye opening experience. Their strike is based around how, when the mining company faced bankruptcy, the miners and other mine workers stepped up,… Continue reading On the Road and in the World
Writing books has flow and meaning. Lightning shivers my timbers, literally, since I live on a boat, in Florida, the lightning capital of the world. Storms, big ones, are a great way to disengage your ego and relax into your role as part of a greater whole. Once the big flashy stuff passes, the healing… Continue reading Riding Storms and Other Musings
I can't believe it's 5 days until the Boogie Beach launch on June 21st. The world slips from one season to the next it's time to celebrate summer with the ultimate beach read! (click here for ordering options) Today I uploaded Salt Shaken, Book 2 in this series for pre-order, and that cover reveal is… Continue reading Summer Celebration Countdown to Launch: Boogie Beach in 5…4…3..
My Sweet Man's grandson's are here, and we're afloat in the seas of family time and finding balance. Book launches, specifically Boogie Beach for me, and heavy lifting at work for him means this stolen weekend with these young men is a gratifying and needed break. Balance isn't about measures, it's not a fifty percent… Continue reading Family Time and Finding Balance
Like anything else, over time what seemed like a great idea doesn't age well... which is how my new All Books tab came to be. I wanted a place to showcase all my books, and while readers who are drawn to specific genres like the ability to narrow down what they seek, some visitors want… Continue reading I Did a Thing! Check out the All Books tab!