Thanks to all the folks who stopped by That Book Store on Saturday and to Karen and her crew for inviting me! It was a pleasure to meet folks in person and talk books. Stay tuned - more summer dates coming soon!
"...the plot was tense and exciting. People died I didn’t expect and things happened that I wasn’t ready for. ... the story and writing was strong enough to keep me turning pages. " Click Here to read more...
Live at Savory Bookshop & Cafe reading (19 Mar. 19)
"Maximum Trouble started off with a bang and the action and excitement kept pouring in page after page. The suspense had me on the edge of my seat just waiting for more. There was non-stop action from beginning to end. I could just see the whole thing playing out in my head like a movie. I can’t wait to read more about Maxi and her adventures."
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My sixth novel is finally released and available on all platforms. It is crazy to think that this whole creative ride came about because I got bored during business travel. And this latest project was written because my massage therapist wanted more of Maxi and Zach. Just crazy… Oh, and did a mention there is… Continue reading I Am Humbled
Greetings Readers- I can’t believe five years have passed since you first met Zack Brady and Maxi Malone! The inspiration for my second book started with a friend running late and out of boredom, me eavesdropping on the conversation on the next stool at a local dive bar. Maximum Trouble came about in a bit… Continue reading Inspiration Process
Thank you to San Fransisco Review of Books for their fabulous look at Uncle Neddy's Funeral! Click here to read.
This week's creative is young, talented, a writer to watch, and she happens to be my niece. Amanda has been published in several literary magazines along with a study gig writing for Courthouse News and Westword. Her talents extend beyond the writer into translating and editing. Here is her creative process: "If you haven’t written a word… Continue reading Relatively Writing…
I am fortunate to have many wonderful writer’s who work with me on my projects, inspire me to reach further, and encourage me to continue honing my craft. It’s a great life. Way back during my undergrad at UConn, several writing professors had the book Writing Down The Bones on their optional reading list. Since… Continue reading A Writing Guru