Posted in August 2020

#SnippetSunday 08.30.2020

Posting from Unveiled again this #SnippetSunday. It’s the first book in my Raven Daughter series and is available in ebook, paperback, and audio.   Last Sunday found Jo and Caius as the tail end of an attack by snake-like critters, this Sunday we skip forward to the next day where we find them fed, rested, … Continue reading

#SnippetSunday 08.23.2020

Once again it’s time for Snippet Sunday. This snippet is from Unveiled, the first book in my Raven Daughter series, which is available in all formats. Last Sunday we found Jo and Caius thrown together on a journey. As is the case with most fictional journeys, things do not go smoothly. My shield wobbled and … Continue reading

Busy Summer

It’s been an incredibly busy summer around my place. Not only am I working full time outside the home, but I’ve also got a number of projects going on at home as well. Yes, one of those projects is writing. But, as much as I would love to just sit and write all day every … Continue reading

#SnippetSunday 08.16.2020

While I continue to work on the third and final book in this series, it’s time for another snippet of the first book, Unveiled, which is available in ebook, paperback, and audio.  In this snippet we find Jo on a journey with Caius. She took the deal, but didn’t listen to him and now for … Continue reading

#SnippetSunday 08.09.2020

I’m back for another #SnippetSunday! I had a lot of fun joining in last week and getting to read all the other posts by the other authors. Again, this week’s snippet is from Unveiled, the first book in my Raven Daughter series. It’s available in ebook, paperback, and audio.    Caius strolled into the room … Continue reading

#SnippetSunday 08.02.2020

  Joining #SnippetSunday for the first time. My WIP is Chosen, the third book in my Raven Daughter series, but my snippets are starting closer to the beginning. This is from Unveiled, the first book in the series which is already available. Jo has only encountered Caius (Cay-us) once before and she didn’t know who, … Continue reading