Posts Tagged: sugar street

Well, kiss my pumpkin spice latte, y’all… August absolutely flew by and September is hot on its heels! I’m having one of those months in which I feel swept along by the current of my life, and it’s all moving so fast that I am pretty much clinging to a branch for dear life and  […]

If you’ve been anywhere near me in the past couple of months you know that my new funny women’s fiction/domestic romance SUGAR STREET comes out today! *insert the author happy dance which pretty much involves standing up for a good stretch and sitting right back down* Click here to get Sugar Street for your favorite  […]

Join me in Facebooklandia for a super-fun Virtual Launch Party! It may sound a little cheesy if you’ve never done it before, but these virtual launches are usually as much fun as the in-person book launches. And, hey, no one will notice if you spill wine on your pajamas! Here’s the link – facebook.com/events/238893983579165/ All you have  […]

…Here are some other books you might enjoy! It can be hard to wait, can’t it? Once you’ve ordered a book and you must wait for it to magically appear on your device? For those ready to pre-order Sugar Street, I’ve compiled a list of some other fun women’s fiction titles you might enjoy. Plus:  […]

Enter to win one of five (5) signed paperback ARCs of SUGAR STREET! As always, thank you for adding to your shelves and helping me spread the word about my latest novel. Sugar Street playful women’s fiction with fun domestic romance tucked neatly inside… And speaking of SUGAR STREET, I’m happy to say that you  […]

At the risk of being immodest… Well, it’s always nice when someone else thinks your baby is cute, too, isn’t it? So… with minimal hesitation and since my mom isn’t around to show this to everyone (she totally, totally would’ve had a folded copy in her purse at all times — along with the faded  […]

You’ve probably heard the expression, “kill your darlings,” that common writer’s advice derived from the original “murder your darlings” in a 1913 writer’s guide by Arthur Quiller-Couch.* I recently re-read Stephen King’s On Writing, in which he referred to the concept this way: “kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little  […]