This is normally the place where I'd say "welcome back friend!" but today I'm the one returning to blogging and social media in general. A month ago I had my baby girl and entered a world of sleepless nights which bled into endless days. I had honestly somehow forgotten how much work a newborn is!... Continue Reading →
And we're back with another tour with Lone Star Lit! It's been a while since I've been able to take part in a tour for my fellow Texas authors, so I'm excited to share today's read and review with you. Part of the hiccup came from complications in this final trimester of my pregnancy. I'm... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
As an author and project manager for a book design company, I can't help judging a book's cover. As Forrest Gump might say, "There's an awful lot you can tell about a book, by its cover." 😉 Some covers are designed to draw in the eye, with pops of metallic accents and bold colors. Others,... Continue Reading →
Happy Tuesday, everyone! I hope you're holding together with me as the months turn hotter, and we continue to navigate the #newnormal. Books are my favorite medicine, and today, Lone Star Lit and author Cindy K. Sproles are bringing us a compelling escape into the past. Keep reading for an exclusive look at What Momma Left... Continue Reading →
Welcome back, everyone! I hope you're holding together with me through the general madness happening in the world. As I work online and for a small international company, I've had a very unique perspective as the current crisis unfolded. More on that later, though. You're not here to hear yet another chat about the things... Continue Reading →
I wasn't sure how I felt about Coded for Murder until midway through. Some books are like that, drawing you closer and closer until releasing snippets of brilliance.
Sometimes a good book carries you right where you didn't know you should be going. It's ironic, the journeys we can take alongside our characters. I savored Rio Ruidoso, over the past month, while also dealing with some real life struggles. As I've been forced to regroup and double down in my work, I craved... Continue Reading →
While my #writinglife has taken a bit of detour this year, I’m excited to share my favorite read of 2020 so far! I know, I know, you’re probably thinking, what about the other ten and half months of the year? To which I would reply, “I’m old enough, and have been around this business long enough to simply know what’s golden.” And let me tell you, Finding Esme is a diamond in the rough.