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Author of paranormal romances

Bite Somebody, you know you want to…see it #CoverReveal

I am a fan, superfan really, or the even more impressively capped SuperFan, of paranormal romances. I write them, I read them, I talk about them. So when I was offered the chance to be a part of the cover reveal team for Bite Somebody, Sara Dobie Bauer’s new paranormal romance novel, I was suddenly very, very…thirsty. Thirsty enough to…Bite Somebody (come on, I HAD to do it, that is the Best. Title. Ever.)

Oh, there’s more. Here’s the tag line on SDB’s website

“Immortality is just living longer with more embarrassment.”

I know I know. Even better. I cannot wait to meet Celia, the star of Bite Somebody. The book doesn’t come out until June 21st but you don’t have to wait that long to see the cover, you lucky ducks.

*drum roll* Wheee!

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I absolutely LOVE this cover, reminds me of a chick-lit Lucille Ball or Carrie Bradshaw who happens to be a newly turned vampire trying Continue reading Bite Somebody, you know you want to…see it #CoverReveal

Mmmm, cowboys

YEEHAW!

The ROUGH EDGES cover is here and it is scrumptious.

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I’m super excited that my story, Coming Up Roses, is one of the seven cowboy romances chosen for the Rough Edges anthology put together by the delightful Cori Vidae of Pen & Kink Publishing. I’ve gotten a sneak peek (official launch is June 14th) and the book is Continue reading Mmmm, cowboys

Into every life a little crap must fall

So you’re walking around, smiling, thinking life is going pretty darn well, great even. Then thunder booms and down it comes, flowing in ever larger waves crashing toward you. Sometimes you see it coming and prepare complex evasive maneuvers, sometimes your first inkling is a face plant into it.

I’m talking about crap. Crap in the metaphorical and symbolic sense, Continue reading Into every life a little crap must fall

2015: From squealy to terrifying – a newbie author’s year

Welcome, 2016.

This New Year’s Day I’m not gleefully kicking the prior year to the curb. 2014 was a dick but 2015 was more like your emotional, somewhat unstable friend that drags you into giddy highs and crushing lows.  You Continue reading 2015: From squealy to terrifying – a newbie author’s year