A unique way to read and Hidden Gems

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Several years ago, my husband suggested that we read a book together. Aloud. Strange idea, I thought, but did it anyway. We would switch off reading every other chapter of Golden Rendezvous. That’s not even … Read More

Submerged Pathway

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This month I’m featuring seventy stories and they are all free. This is my first attempt at setting up one of these giveaways myself. I’m stunned by how many authors joined! That’s great for you because … Read More

Where does this pathway lead?

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Do pathways intrigue you? They have always called to me. Whether it’s a road dropping out of sight beyond a hill or a footpath winding into a forest, they beckon.

Success, a sale, a signing, and more

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Lots to cover in this month’s newsletter, so I’ll dive right in. A success: First, to all of you who helped make the release of Diverse Demands my best book launch yet, THANK YOU! It … Read More

Diverse Demands is here!

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The sequel is here!

At last, Diverse Demands is 100 percent, officially released.

First, all the details on this release. Next, a sale on book one. Then, if you’d like a release-day freebie, keep reading to the bottom of this newsletter.

I’m grateful for you!

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It’s that time of year when we focus on gratitude. Really, we should be thinking about thanksgiving always…

Take a book on that walk.

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It’s a great month to take a book on a walk. Find a comfy spot among the falling leaves and read in the cool autumn air. Are you looking for a new book? Oh, what … Read More

News and a Cyberpunk favorite book

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Sunshine. A light breeze. A good book and a cup of coffee on my patio. My personal slice of heaven is a welcome calm after the excitement of attending Realm Makers, my favorite writer’s conference. … Read More

Favorite books: Firebird

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It’s been a crazy month. Between traveling and filling my house with visiting family, it’s no easy matter to keep life together. I guess that’s what life is: chaos that we mold into joy…or whatever … Read More