Happy new year! I know, it’s a little late—and I completely blew off posting on the blog in December—but I was working feverishly to finish my manuscript and celebrating the holidays with family. Did you have a good holiday? Is 2019 treating you well so far? We took the kids on a short cruise to
To celebrate the February release of Blindsided, the first book in the Men of Steele series, Blind Fury, is now free in ebook. If you’re new to the series, or haven’t read Mick and Jenna’s story—or maybe you just need a break from the real world—now there’s no excuse not to indulge in a little
In the last two calendar years I wrote 245,000 words of fiction without completing a single novel. In fact, until Monday, I hadn’t written “The End”—actually I don’t write that anyway—on a fiction manuscript since I finished the first draft of Blind Fury in December 2011. Which makes Monday’s finish of the first draft of
My friend Rachel Grant and I are giving away each other’s books today. You know, friendly support, friendly rivalry. 😉 We’d love it if you stopped by Facebook and commented for a chance to win. Click an image below to enter to win that book. Winners will be announced tomorrow (Friday, 7 March).
I can’t believe it’s finally here! Release day for my debut romantic suspense, Blind Fury. To celebrate, I’m giving away a copy to one lucky commenter over at Kiss & Thrill. My friend Sarah got me talking about love scenes, research, and secrets. I’d love it if you stopped by!
Happy Valentine’s Day! A day that celebrates romance seemed like the perfect day to reveal the cover of my upcoming romantic suspense, Blind Fury. So, what do you think? Blind Fury releases on Feb 25th. Want to make sure you don’t miss it, and be entered for a chance to win? Sign up for my
I’m ready to jump off a metaphorical cliff here because… I’m excited to announce that my first romantic suspense novel BLIND FURY will release at the end of the month! A risk-averse programmer must rely on a thrill-seeking mercenary to keep her safe when her quest for the truth about her brother’s death makes her