Book Launch Day! And Why I’m Not Afraid to Fail

It’s hard to believe the day is finally here: the official launch of my third book, In Search of Mr. Anonymous. It’s been a year in the making, and quite a journey for me. You’d think it would get easier the third time around, but this has proved to be the most challenging yet because […]

In Search of Mr. Anonymous: Chapter 5

This is the last chapter I will be posting for In Search of Mr. Anonymous. Thanks to those of you who’ve followed along and I hope you’ve enjoyed the sneak peek. It’s hard to believe my e-book is launching tomorrow with the paperback shortly to follow. I’m nervous and excited – more thoughts to come […]

In Search of Mr. Anonymous: Chapter 4

It’s book launch week! In celebration I’m sharing a sneak peek of my new book. If you’ve been following along Lucy lost a bet and agreed to have a one-night stand with the man of her friend Trish’s choosing. We are at the chapter where Lucy finds out who Trish picks. Things start heating up […]

In Search of Mr. Anonymous: Chapter 3

The sneak peek continues. Check out Chapter 3 of In Search of Mr. Anonymous! Also, if you want access to exclusive info & offers subscribe to my mailing list on the “Contact” page. I promise not to bombard you with emails and will not share your info.   Chapter 3 Lucy   The Aviary is […]

In Search of Mr. Anonymous: Chapter 1

In case you missed my last post, I have a third book on the horizon: In Search of Mr. Anonymous. It’s a steamy romance due out on 4/27, and in the days leading up to the launch I will be sharing a sneak peek here. Read on for the first chapter.   Chapter 1   […]

Oops! Learning from our Mistakes

As a parent, I’ll admit that I’m scared of my children making mistakes. Of course there are different levels of mistakes, ranging from minor inconveniences to the catastrophic. So I guess it’s more the catastrophic kinds that I’m referring to. The kinds of events that could jeopardize their future. I have friends in the neighborhood […]

Double Digits & Holding onto Childhood

My daughter turned 10 last week. I tried to make it special―after all, it is a milestone.  For starters, it’s double digits. Never again in her lifetime will her age be a single number. It’s also closer to the teenage years. It may seem like she’s far from that because we’ve still got three years […]