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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in Blog, Unlikely Gentlemen, Weekend Writing Warriors | 18 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi. It’s WVSU Homecoming this weekend and I’ll be away from the computer most of the time but will visit author snippets as I can and catch up on Monday if I get too far behind. Thanks in advance for any comments.  I’m continuing last week’s scene from Acquisitions & Mergers, Unlikely Gentlemen Book 3. After Evan, there had been a long period of nobody, and then in a moment of rebellion against her husband’s death, she’d  flirted with disaster in the form of Bernard Martin. But she couldn’t accept...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Oct 4, 2014 in Blog, Unlikely Gentlemen, Weekend Writing Warriors | 22 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Brrrrr…it’s cold outside. Not a gradual cooling off, either; where I live, the temperature dropped from 82 degrees (F) on Thursday to 36 degrees last night. I’m doing my part to heat things up this weekend with another snippet from Unlikely Gentlemen, Book 3, Acquisitions & Mergers. Continuing the opening scene but forward a bit from last week. “Will there be anything else, Mr. Martin?” “Summarize,” he ordered, waving his hand at the ledger listing the merchandise currently in stock. “Thirteen boxes of peaches, twelve...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Sep 27, 2014 in Blog, Unlikely Gentlemen, Weekend Writing Warriors | 24 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone.  Whew, busy week. I had a plot problem I couldn’t resolve, and retreated to the yard for manual labor and think time.  Soooo…the Halloween decorations are up, fall chrysanthemums planted, fish pond prepped for winter, pool closed down, and my rake and I are poised to do battle with the leaves already falling from the trees. For this week’s snippet, I’m posting another scene from Acquisitions  & Mergers, the reason my yard received all that attention. The bell over the door still jangled from Cain’s...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Sep 20, 2014 in Blog, Unlikely Gentlemen, Weekend Writing Warriors | 21 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hey everyone! I’m all set for fall…how about you? I always dread the end of summer, then I get a whiff of autumn spice in the air and my allegiance to sand, sun, and sea disappears. Before I post another snippet I want to say thank you for all of the wonderful comments and feedback you’ve shared. Last week’s fantastic reception of Acquisitions & Mergers  kept me walking on air. Thank you all again! For this weekend, I’m posting another snippet from my Unlikely Gentlemen, Book 3 title, Acquisitions...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Sep 14, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 30 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

I’m changing stories and genres today and returning to my American historical series, posting first lines from Acquisitions and Mergers. We’re  in Isaca, Texas, 1889, for Unlikely Gentlemen, Book 3. Beth Harper sighed as she polished the counter. It was a normal day at the store, a little slow but that gave her plenty of time to catch up on her work. She’d sorted and filed the mail, shelved the canned goods, and swept the floor. If no customers came into the Isaca Mercantile in the next few moments, she could flip over the sign...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Sep 6, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 16 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. This week I’m posting one last snippet from Hunter’s Pride, Jinx 2. Hope you enjoy. Flexing his claws and purring as he listened to the little witch, Hunter peered at her from the limb where he perched above the chicken coop. He’d been on watch all night, guarding her as she slept. Once he’d even chased off a badger that had come to steal a chicken. “Come down from there now,”  Maggie ordered him as her magic drifted upward, bathing him in orgasmic bliss. “You are not sleeping in that tree any more.”...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 30, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 27 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Greetings everyone! Here in the U.S. Monday is Labor Day, so we’ll be turning up the music and lighting the torches around the pool tonight for an end of summer neighborhood party. Have a fun filled weekend wherever you are and stay safe! Today, I’m posting another snippet from Hunter’s Pride, the second story in my Old West paranormal series titled Jinx, about a magically-challenged witch named Maggie Jenks and Hunter, her shape-changing (sometimes man sometimes jaguar) mate . The moon, a brilliant white light in the sky,...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 23, 2014 in Blog, Cat Nip, Weekend Writing Warriors | 26 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. It’s been a lovely week for writing. I knocked out 10k on the sequel to Cat Nip. In light of that, I’m sharing first lines from Hunter’s Pride, Jinx 2. (This is an unedited snippet and who knows where it might end up in final draft). I dropped off some eggs at the El Diablo Saloon early this morning and visited Langdon Mars afterward. The bar owner’s condition is worse and though each individual healing temporarily replenishes him, the periods in between his need are shorter. In the process of...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 16, 2014 in Blog, Cat Nip, Weekend Writing Warriors | 20 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. What a busy week!  The weather here screams FALL and though I am writing, writing, writing,  I want to spend as much time outside as possible before we have to hunker down for winter. I hope things are going well for all of you. I’m sharing another snippet from Cat Nip to celebrate this week’s release. After the others emptied the streets of Willow Springs, Hunter returned to the El Diablo for a chat with Mars. He didn’t waste time on niceties when he found the saloon owner perched on a bar stool nursing a glass of...

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Time to try a little Cat Nip…

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Blog, Book Shout-Out, Cat Nip, News | 4 comments

Time to try a little Cat Nip…

Synopsis: They call her Jinx, an unlucky witch with a reputation for casting erratic spells. But there’s more to Maggie Jenks than meets the eye. She’s a vessel of unfulfilled potential, doing her best to sidestep evil as she uses her gifts for good. Avoiding temptation gets trickier for the little witch who can heal others with the touch of her hand. A shape-changing predator has her in his sights, watching her days, protecting her nights, and stalking her dreams.  The cat is out of the bag and here… All Romance Amazon Barnes &...

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