So I haven’t been updating as much as I want to, and I thought I’d let you all know what I’m working on right now. You can always keep up to date with that by checking out my “In the works” page and see what’s coming next from me, but I wanted to share something special… Read More What I’m working on right now
Apartment 613, Ottawa’s best community arts and entertainment blog, has just posted a review of my third book, Kindred Spirits. Reviewer Alejandro Bustos, who calls himself “a big fan of her Family by Choice series”, had this to say about the book: “Set over a year after the end of book two Brothers in Arms, the… Read More Apartment 613 reviews Kindred Spirits!
Lately, I’ve been asked a lot about time management. I have a few posts about this already, but I find I have more and more to say about it. After all, time management is probably one of the things I’m best at. To make a long story short, I have decided to write a book… Read More Working on something new
I am so excited about this great new review for my latest book, Kindred Spirits, by Geeky Godmother! Read it here!
Please join me for the launch of my latest book, Kindred Spirits, the third novel in the Family by Choice series! Saturday October 25th 2014, 3:00-5:00 PM at the Comic Book Shoppe 2 (228 Bank St, Ottawa, ON, Canada) There will be free candy, because, HALLOWEEN, but also… !!!COSTUME CONTEST!!!! Because I’m a big baby and… Read More Book launch!!
Are you on Goodreads? There is a giveaway right now to win one of two signed paperback copies of my newest book, Kindred Spirits, third in the Family by Choice series. All you have to do is click here, then scroll down and find the “enter to win” button, and click on that! And if you… Read More Free book, anyone?
I was starting to update this site for the upcoming release of my third novel, Kindred Spirits, but in the course of doing so I found this guest post I did for my blog tour following the release of Brothers In Arms. My main character for this series, Alex Winters, is very young, but burdened… Read More On character motivation and the coming of age story – the burdens we choose