I’m just back from a river cruise!
I’m on Instagram now! If you’re there, come find me. Should I ever collect my brains again, I’ll post more regularly. Right now, I’m just posting whatever I can squeeze out of my phone. <G> In my newsletter, I had lots of lovely photos of author friends I visited while in NYC, did you receive … Read more
While I’m happy to see MOONSTONE SHADOWS hit the shelves today, I’m also a little sad. This is the seventh and last book in the Crystal Magic series, and it’s always hard for an author when they finish a series. While I’m excited for you to fall in love with Hannah and Aaron’s story, it’s … Read more
I’m just back from the United Kingdom, having attended the Romance Novelists conference in Yorkshire with several of the Word Wenches, followed by a research trip into Scotland with Mary Jo Putney. I love traveling, but it’s even better when you have the company of someone who understands why it’s necessary to photograph every inch … Read more
The holiday season is almost upon us and I’m rushing around attempting to reissue some of my favorite oldie goldies while preparing for a long trip and getting ready for Christmas. Think the flight attendants will mail my holiday cards? But I think I’ve at least got the reissues ready! They’re set for release on … Read more
I am spinning wheels on the current Unexpected Magic work in process, which means I’m diving deep into research mode, looking for a way out of the corner I’ve written myself into. Having started my career by driving librarians crazy with inter-library loans attempting to dig out esoteric information, I am always amazed by the … Read more
When I was too young to know better, I fell in love with the Beach Boys and their California rock music. I swear, my daughter was born singing “Fun, Fun, Fun.” Maybe all that surf music was the reason we gravitated to the west coast. So when what is left of the group played in … Read more
Ever since I was a little kid in snowy Kentucky, I watched the Rose Parade on TV and vowed one day I would live in sunny California and see the parade. Two and a half years ago, I made part of that dream happen when we moved to southern California. Two years ago, we saw … Read more