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Fun, sexy reads

Fun, sexy reads

Looking for fast-paced, sexy romantic suspense with military heroes? All books in the Men of Steele series are connected but can stand alone. Find fun facts and excerpts on each book's page.

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Scrivener Training for Everyone

Scrivener Training for Everyone

Need help with Scrivener? I provide Scrivener training to individuals and groups all over the world through online courses, in-person workshops, and private training sessions.

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Resources for Writers and Scrivener Users

Resources for Writers and Scrivener Users

A great reference for new and experienced Scrivener users, a guide to software and apps that help with productivity, and essays on every facet of writing from the Writer Unboxed contributors.

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Blind Trust sneak peek

Blind Trust releases in two weeks, and I thought you might enjoy a sneak peek at the first scene. CHAPTER ONE The trip to Montana was supposed to be a celebration. Instead it had become a nightmare. Lindsey Garcia’s pursuers were so close she imagined she could feel their hot breath on the back of

Blind Trust Cover Reveal

Blind Trust releases October 26th—available now for preorder at Amazon, and at other retailers next week—and I can finally share the cover with you. An ice-cold mountain. A deadly enemy. A scorching-hot desire they can’t ignore. After escaping from kidnappers in the Montana wilderness, Lindsey Garcia is her best friend’s only hope for rescue. But

An epilogue for Blind Fury

I published the first book in the Men of Steele series, Blind Fury, more than six years ago, and originally drafted it almost 10 years ago. (Holy cow, where does the time go?) It’s safe to say my writing has changed a little—hopefully for the better—since then. So, while waiting for editorial feedback on Blind

What you can do right now

I hope this moment is a tipping point in helping to overturn the systems and institutions in our country that justify their existence via racist ideas and practices. As a white woman, I recognize my privilege and want to be part of the change. It’s an ongoing process of learning and unlearning. If you want