Here’s the first chapter from the final Alexis Davenport book! Alexis Davenport chewed on her nails while she waited for her best friend, Jennifer McDonald, to show up at the house. She tried to distract herself by checking her Facebook but her mind kept replaying her last trip through the mirror. She’d never experienced anything […]
I’ve been plotting the final book of the Alexis Davenport series and an obvious plot line flashed through my mind. With Alex’s father many years gone and her mother working full time and getting back on her feet, it makes sense that she might have a suitor or two. Perhaps a gentleman coming to the […]
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Nerdy girl in school… That could actually still be used to describe me since a professor works in a school and I definitely haven’t lost my nerdiness In fact, I think it may have actually grown so large as to barely be contained… But I like being the nerdy girl. Wasn’t always like that, of […]
Today, I’m hanging out on Rabia’s blog chatting about romance and red shoes! Come on over and see what Dr. Fab has to say about romance in my Alexis Davenport books!
Today, my dear friend Karen DeLabar is allowing me to chat about writing YA and some of the challenges I faced when tackling this genre. Come on over, have a drink, and leave a comment for your chance to win FREE e-books of Dangerous Reflections or Twisted Reflections!
We are on Day 4 of the Reflections blog tour! Today I am chatting on Judythe Morgan’s blog about the temptation we as humans would feel when offered the opportunity to travel back in time and save a member of our family.I talk about one of the best episodes of Dr. Who where the companion […]
Today, Patricia Caviglia is having me over on her lovely blog today. I’m chatting about teenagers and all of the things they have to deal with on a daily basis. Come on over and comment on the blog for your chance to wine-books of BOTH Dangerous Reflections and Twisted Reflections!
As part of the Reflections Blog Tour, I am offering Dangerous Reflections FREE until April 8th!!! Get your copy now and begin the adventure through time with Alexis Davenport!
Woohoo! Twisted Reflections available now in e-book format! You can visit Amazon for the Kindle version or Smashwords for formats for Nook, iPad, Sony, etc. For those of you who prefer paperback, it will be available soon through Amazon. Make sure to sign up for e-mail alerts so you can get the notice as soon […]
My delightful and uber talented cover artist, Eric Malbone, sent me what he has so far for the cover for the second book of the Adventures of Alexis Davenport series! I am so in LOVE with this cover!I was going to wait until he was all the way finished to share it but I figured […]
Hello all! Here I am in my usual spot, hanging out on the couch, computer on the lap, watching episodes of Stargate SG1 on Netflix streaming. The cats are whining to be fed, as usual. I checked my e-mail, checked my Facebook and Twitter accounts for personal messages, and checked for comments on the website. […]
Writing for YA is very different than writing for adults. I wrote a little about it here. In that I mainly tackled POV and how important it is to stick to the main character POV (who should be a teen to really connect with a YA audience). In this post I want to talk about […]
The time has come to reveal the name of the villain in the Adventures of Alexis Davenport series! In Dangerous Reflections (available now) and Twisted Reflections (early 2012), the bad guy is known only as Drifter (I know, perfect nickname, huh??). Anyway, I’m at the end of the first draft of Twisted Reflections and it’s […]
Part I of this blog was me indulging in a little dreaming of who would play my characters if my Portals of Destiny books ever get made into movies. For me, it’s imperative to have a solid picture of my characters so I can bring them to life and so I can remember what color […]