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Ghost Town Inspiration (How Bodie Became a Book)

Years ago, my mom and stepdad owned a family restaurant in the Eastern Sierras that overlooked Mono Lake. The Mono Inn was four miles north of the small town of Lee Vining, and Lee Vining was about a half mile … Continue reading

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Big Sale! 35% off Tankborn & Awakening!

I don’t usually use my blog to flog my books (well, not so blatantly), but there are some fabulous sales going on and I wanted to make sure everyone knows about them. It’s already been a great week with the … Continue reading

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Adventures in the e-Trade – Part 2

I decided to start my foray into self-publishing with my two Berkley Jove Haunting Hearts books, Unforgettable and Night Whispers. These were the only two books for which I did not have an electronic file. There were my original files, … Continue reading

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Adventures in the e-Trade – Part 1

Kensington Books published my first two romance novels, Just My Imagination and Table for Two, back in 1998 for their Precious Gems program. Not long afterward, I sold two to Berkley Jove’s Haunting Hearts line, Unforgettable and Night Whispers, which were released … Continue reading

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RTW: A Rose By Any Other Name

Today YA Highway‘s Road Trip Wednesday asks: If you couldn’t use your own name, what would your pseudonym or pen name be? I feel like I’m cheating here, because I already have a couple of pen names. Back when I … Continue reading

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