• New Release Today! And it’s FREE :)

    Yep, you read that right. That free book I’ve been talking about for a while is OUT NOW! Best of Both Worlds is a drabble story. What’s a drabble, you ask? Drabbles are, according to Wikipedia, A drabble is a short work of fiction of around one hundred words in length. The purpose of the drabble is brevity, testing the author’s ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in a confined space. Sometimes drabble-fiction is just one drabble. A haiku, if you will. Sometimes it’s lots of them to make one full story. And that’s what Best of Both Worlds is. It’s a 20,000 word story told in 100 word increments/chapters. It’s not like…

  • Learning to Feel has a new cover!

    LOOK AT THE NEW PRETTY!! Learning to Feel, one of my free reads, has been available for two years now, so it really was time for a new cover. The very lovely Mina Rivera outdid herself. It’s just beautiful…  I did tidy up the formatting, but nothing in the book has changed, there are no additional scenes, nothing new, except the cover.  I am still waiting for Amazon to put the price to zero (they have to be notified repeatedly that the book is available cheaper somewhere else before they’ll reduce it) so if you want the book with the new shiny cover, please check out the links to ARe…

  • To Will Parkinson… Twelfth of Never – Blind Faith 3.5

    Over the last year, Will Parkinson (the man, not the character from Blindside) has pestered hounded harassed encouraged me to write a little more of the Blind Faith series. And while it might not be a full novel, I have done a very short (as in only 8500 words) FREE Christmas story instead to shut him up make him happy. 🙂 Will has demanded requested demanded Mark and Will (the characters, not the men) become parents. But we all know Mark doesn’t have a clue paternal side, and truthfully I just didn’t see Mark filling that role. He is, after all, a child himself. So what we have, is this…   The…

  • Free Read

    I added a 19K story for you to see if you like what I write. Check out my Free-Reads page. The wonderful banner was made by Brenda Gibson. She loves this story, even though it makes her cry, enough to gift me with the gorgeous picture. And it was Edited by Bridgette Stanford, who so readily gives up her time for me.  I hope you enjoy reading this story of two couples, generations apart.