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Book Review: Scattered Legacy by Marlene M. Bell

It's always a treat to read and review for a known author and series. I first read Marlene M. Bell's Stolen Identity shortly before it's release and fell in love with the characters, the history, and the adventure. While I was often on the fence about the sequel Spent Identity, I felt her latest in the... Continue Reading →

Fall in Love with #FantasyforChristmas21

Happy Almost-December, friend. I know it's been simply ages since I last posted here. I have at least half a dozen good and mostly not-so-fun reasons for this. But more about that later. Today, I'm happy to share the latest installment of #FantasyforChristmas. While I wasn't able to participate this year, I'm excited to discover new fantastical and sci-fi reads alongside you. And I'm especially stoked to share the latest from my bestie, Melissa Wright! As always, we're touching upon each highlight and what's to come. There is also a fabulous giveaway below. If you're a fantasy/sci-fi fan, join us on this tour!

Book Review: Rio Bonito by Preston Lewis

Welcome back to another review with Lone Star Lit! The folks who love to highlight my fellow Texas authors and/or Texas-based stories. I've had a blast discovering new authors and books the past two years that I wouldn't have likely read, otherwise. As an author, and avid reader, I'm always looking to expand my literary... Continue Reading →

Guest Author DiAnn Mills for Trace of Doubt

Happy Thursday, friends! Despite this past crazy year and half, I can honestly say one of my greatest enduring comforts has been books. No matter how chaotic, or awful, or overwhelming life can feel at times, I have found escape in the worlds and characters my fellow authors create. One of the reasons I decided to... Continue Reading →

Teaser Tuesday: Blackbriar Cove

Today, (to keep myself accountable 🙂 I'm sharing my final Tuesday Teaser for Blackbriar Cove. I'm about to ship off my manuscript to my editor and finally fix a release date, and all that jazz. Wish me luck! Meanwhile, I hope you are able to find escape for a few minutes today. Let me carry you with me to a world of magic and danger. I promise to deliver you safely back to reality when we're done. 😉

Book Review: Under the Bayou Moon

Reading Under the Bayou Moon was something of a revelation for me. Having grown up visiting relatives close to the Louisiana border, I often heard my family talk about Cajuns. I'm sorry to say most of what was said was unflattering, unkind, and not anything I would repeat here. Such things were so often said,... Continue Reading →

Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ Lessons in Writing

It's been a while since I wrote about writing. Probably because I've had something of a love/hate relationship with my passion for the past year. The older I get, the harder it becomes to simply throw myself into a story the way I did pre-kid and pre-adulting. I can no longer blindly write into the night. If I want to get anything accomplished in any of my current projects, it needs to become habit. 

Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ When Did I Get Old?

witter (ˈwɪtə)vb – (often foll by: on) to chatter or babble pointlessly or at unnecessary lengthn – pointless chat; chatter COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers Is it ageist of me to feel confounded by modern social media trends? After all, I'm in my early-30s. For most people, that could hardly be considered "old." I... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Teaser: Blackbriar Cove

It wasn’t as though Jo had forgotten who and what they were. But life as a human had been easier in so many ways. Faye never quite let her forget, and the life their parents presented for Amie’s sake had been false. But there had been moments when Jo could close her eyes and almost believe.  Faye had at least the presence of mind to pretend a while longer, until Jo could put Amie under. The spell wouldn’t last much longer, because Faye was barely under control, and Jo was weakening.

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