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Cover Reveal for Umbrae (P.A.W.S. Saga Part 3)

It’s here and it’s beautiful! The long awaited cover of Umbrae (The P.A.W.S. Saga, Part 3) created by the ever awesome Rachel Bostwick. So what’s it about? Step into the Shadows of Umbrae … Miri’s world at P.A.W.S. in St. Louis is falling apart. First, Danny is accused of stealing her opapa’s charm. But before … Continue reading

Not able to offer Pre-Order

I got my ebook files for Unveiled finished. Went to KDP and uploaded everything, but it wouldn’t let me set the pre-order option.  It said I was ineligible to use that function. So today I called Author Central and they put me through to KDP. And it was as I feared. The files for my … Continue reading

Cover Reveal!

As you all know, I left behind the design company I worked with and struck out on my own. Today I show off the results of my do-it-myselfness by revealing the cover to my newest book, the first in my new YA Fantasy Romance series. So without further ado, here is the cover and blurb … Continue reading

Embracing a New Path in My Writing Journey

December brought a big change for my writing. At first I wasn’t sure it was a good thing. I soon realized, it was my early Christmas present from the universe.   For the past four years, I produced my books using a design company. A couple of weeks ago, I came to a diverging path. … Continue reading

Saturday Snippet – Merlin’s Weft by Mark Andersen

Today the snippet comes from Merlin’s Weft, book two of Mark Andersen’s, Merlin’s Thread series. Release date, November 18th. Now available for preorder at Amazon Merlin’s Weft by Mark Andersen Book 2 of the Merlin’s Thread series. Book 1 is Merlin’s Knot, also available on Amazon This snippet from Merlin’s Weft starts partway through a … Continue reading

Saturday Snippet

My newest creation just went out to my editor! It’s primary genre will be Fantasy Romance, with Young Adult as its second genre. This is the first time I’ve written a book in first person and quite frankly, it’s been a lot of fun. It’s been quite a different journey to tell a story from … Continue reading