Posted in July 2012

A Wonderful Day

Today I didn’t do any writing, marketing, critting, or reading. Instead, my husband, mother and I took the kids to the Kansas Cosmosphere.  It was the first time my kids have been there. They had an absolute blast. We spent the entire day there. We went through the museum twice, watched Tornado Alley in the … Continue reading

Excerpt from Tears of War

Kirynn sat in the saddle on Syrakynn, waiting for Vaddoc to be ready. The light orbs and torches set around the caldera rim held back the dark of a new moon. Two Defenders stood near, ready to lead the horses through the Slide. Thanks to her dragon-bond, she could pick out the scrollwork on the … Continue reading

Feature and Interview with John W. Hawthorne

This week I am featuring author John W. Hawthorne and his fascinating book, Haven and Hope. John stopped by and answered a few questions about his story and himself Hello and welcome to the blog, it’s nice to have you here. Tell us a bit about your book. Genre-wise, I’d call it cyberpunk, but only barely. … Continue reading

Book Trailer

So yesterday, I decided I was going to make a book trailer. Inspired by Katie Jennings (author of the Dryad Quartet) I set forth do this. It was easier inspired than done. I am not the most tech savvy person, but thankfully my husband was here to help when I got to the point of … Continue reading

Win a Kindle copy of Embers at Galdrilene!

Starting this Saturday, the 7th of July, enter for your chance to win a free Kindle edition of Embers at Galdrilene. Contest runs through Saturday the 21st. Winner will be selected at random the following week and the prize will be gifted to the winner’s email.   Click the link below to enter for a … Continue reading

New blog

Today I started a new blog here on Word Press. I seem to have a hard time getting blogger to work the way I want it too.  I am not the most computer savvy person out there. Okay, those who know me, know just how much of an understatement that is. Learning new computer things … Continue reading