"...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."
That Book Store!
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
Coming in December
Greetings Folks! This week’s creative is someone who I have known for, let’s just say a long time. Every Christmas my friend Carrie creates the most amazing variety of sweet treats. A while back she discovered a dairy and gluten intolerance. Instead of giving up sweets, Carrie re-invented her recipes to be healthy for all!… Continue reading Creating Deliciousness
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…