Neither of us is giving up by any means. Instead of letting the news keep him down, I'm so proud to say he's been working just as hard to become better and apply again. But it has also put a major shift on my #writinglife trajectory for 2020.
It's finally here y'all! I'm so excited for my fellow fantasy author, critique partner and bestie, Melissa Wright's newest book release. Especially because I was a fan of her Frey books long before we officially "met." Speaking of... I first reached out to Melissa Wright in '11 (or was it '12?) as a fan of... Continue Reading →
Howdy fellow western fans! I hope you’re in the mood for some gorgeous cowboys and feisty heroines, because Lone Star Book Blog Tours is here to deliver. 😉 Some of my first adult reads were historical romances. Ever since, this genre has been near and dear to my heart. Which is why I wanted to help LSBBT and author Linda Broday spread the word about The Mail Order Bride’s Secret. We have all kinds of fun for you, including an epic giveaway. Keep reading for a very special guest feature from Linda!
Can y'all believe it's almost February already? This month has flown by for me. Now that I'm deep in the heart of Blackbriar Cove, my teasers will come few and far between. Because, let's be honest, there are only so many I can share without unleashing too many spoilers. So while this won't be the final issue,... Continue Reading →
Why isn't it enough when we do finally get the right job, house, family, etc.? What are we truly searching for? Is it self-revelation, or something deeper and beyond ourselves? Author and Entrepreneur, Dena Jensen, seeks to answer these questions and more in her debut, Road to Hope.
How do you tackle a sequel? Not just any sequel, either, but to your first big book baby? In 2017, I decided to finally act and rewrite/revise Silver Hollow. In the process, I started to plan ahead for what I hope to be many sequels (6 seasons and a movie! ;p j/k). I would love to say the road was easy-going, but when is it ever easy for an Indie?
Welcome to the year 2020! Or, as my friends and I have taken to calling it: "Our Year." Obviously, we aren't deluded enough to believe this. But that doesn't mean we can't claim this time in our lives. No matter the hardships that may come, or the adventures life throws our way, we will make... Continue Reading →
From the moment I saw the hog beneath the title on the cover, I knew I had to read this book. Because I, too, grew up checking on hog tracks and waking the next day to the devastation they could wreak on your yard.