Dear Reader, I am so happy and proud to share the title, cover, and blurb for my new book with you today. Thank you for continuing to support my writing career. I appreciate each and every one of you. The
Hi everyone, today I’m sharing my next video in my How To Write A Book series: Multiple Points of View. You can keep up with all my new writing craft videos over on my YouTube channel.
I am so happy and honored to announce that The Secret Next Door has been selected as a finalist for the 2022 Colorado Book Award in the Thriller category. Thank you to Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book and
Thank you to North Yorkshire Libraries for sharing the news that The Secret Next Door is currently the #2 most borrowed library ebook in their county. I’m so grateful to their librarians and readers.
Welcome, 2022! Or at least this is the energy I’m trying to start this year off with despite the fact that I rang in the new year with my very own case of COVID. Which, by the way, seemed to
My Review:A book that will cut to the quick but not leave its reader emotionally abandoned. After We Were Stolen is an intelligent and heartrending story of vulnerability, power, resistance, and redemption. It explores the many facets of love, for
Did you catch this? If you missed it, here is the link to my author interview over on the Hasty Book List.
I wanted to share a picture of my tree this year. I’ve obviously been watching YouTube Christmas ribbon tutorials and working on my decorating game. And remember back in September when I found out that Her Perfect Life won the
There are as many different ways to approach writing a book as there are individuals capable of reinventing the process. By no means am I suggesting my way is the only or best way (because that’s ridiculous) but if you
Janet Somerville, author of Yours, For Probably Always and book reviewer for The Toronto Star, selected The Secret Next Door to recommend for the Gulf Coast Life Bookclub. You can listen to the piece here. The recommendations begin around 21:00.