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In which I feel the need to express my gratitude... - May 11, 2012

Well, folks, we are 6 months out from the release date of The Anatomist’s Wife, and I can’t begin to tell you how blessed I have been through out this process of publishing. I have been privileged to work with so many wonderful people, and my friends and family have been so amazingly supportive, that I feel the need to express my gratitude. I will, of course, be given an Acknowledgement page at the beginning or end of my book to thank these people, but as there is only limi... Click Here To Read More >>

Chasing Thoughts Around My Head - April 2, 2012

It’s been a month now since I turned in the manuscript to Lady Darby Book 2 to my editor—a month of recovery, and then allowing my ideas to percolate while I did some research. And I must say, I’m chomping at the bit to write again. The only thing truly holding me back is the fact that I have two ideas battling each other for attention in the forefront of my brain.  You see, I’ve never had a problem coming up with story ideas. I have notebooks and com... Click Here To Read More >>

Freezing off a Worry-Wort - March 23, 2012

As humans, we like to label ourselves. For instance, I liked to say, I’m a worrier. But then I asked myself, why? Why do I say that? Do I want to be a worrier? No. I think, I know it’s a bad thing to worry too much – it stunts you. It ruins your mood, it ties you in knots, it destroys your creativity. And I don’t want to waste my time and energy with it.    So why do I cling to that title? In search of sympathy? As an excuse? Do I coach it in terms of pr... Click Here To Read More >>

Book Updates - March - March 13, 2012

I have lots of news to share since my last book updates. As many of you know, I was given permission to share the cover of The Anatomist’s Wife with you all, and what a gorgeous thing it is. The Art Department at Berkley truly did a marvelous job. I couldn’t be happier with it. Many thanks to all of you that posted comments to say you liked it. It’s so exciting to see it – making this book’s publication all the more real. I’ve also re... Click Here To Read More >>

What I'm Reading Now: The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James - March 12, 2012

The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James  I absolutely loved this debut novel.  It's intriguing and different.  The setting post-WWI was spot on, and the ghost story just chilling enough to make me search the dark corners of my room at night while I was reading it.  I'm not a fan of scary movies or horror novels, but this had just the right amount of suspense and scare-factor for me.  Not enough to give me nightmares or keep me up, but enough to send a chill... Click Here To Read More >>

What I've Been Reading: From the TBR Pile - March 4, 2012

A Lonely Death by Charles Todd I've been steadily working my way through the Inspector Ian Rutledge series, and I have to say that this might have been my favorite so far.  It's intriguing and fast paced, and several of the plot lines that have been running through almost the entire series reach critical turning points.  I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next.  However, newbies to the series should certainly start with an earlier entry, otherwise they will... Click Here To Read More >>

Book Updates - February - February 6, 2012

So, I know it’s been forever since I posted a blog. Mostly because I’m up against a deadline for Lady Darby Book 2 – my first major deadline since landing my publishing contract. I’m trying not to freak out about it, because, let’s just face it, that’s not pretty. Not to mention that it doesn’t help me actually get the thing written or edited. If anything, it slows me down. So, I’ve been working hard to maintain my equilibr... Click Here To Read More >>

What I'm Reading Now: The Duke Is Mine by Eloisa James - January 10, 2012

The Duke Is Mine by Eloisa James It's no secret that Eloisa James is one of my favorite authors.  I love how she weaves Shakespeare and literature into her plots, and with her most recent series she utilizes fairy tales.  First she tackled a retelling of Cinderella, and then Beauty and the Beast (with a hero who was distinctly House-like as the Beast).  With The Duke is Mine she utilizes "The Princess and the Pea", thus the many mattresses on the cover.  James surp... Click Here To Read More >>

Resolutions - January 2, 2012

2012 – a new year – and, personally, one I’m very excited about. Namely because The Anatomist’s Wife, Lady Darby Book 1, will be published in November. But, also, there’s just something about a new year that excites you with all its possibilities. Will this be the year when (fill in the blank) happens?  I don’t know about you, but every year I make resolutions. Sometimes they’re big and sometimes they’re small. I achi... Click Here To Read More >>

What I'm Reading Now: Vienna Waltz by Teresa Grant - December 22, 2011

Vienna Waltz by Teresa Grant I absolutely loved this novel by new-to-me author Teresa Grant (aka Tracy Grant).  Set in 1814 during the Congress of Vienna, where the leaders of Europe gather to decide the fate of the continent after Napoleon's abdication, it's awash with actual history, and the mysteries Ms. Grant manages to weave among the attendees, both real and imagined, are intriguing and realistic.  It's been quite some time since I was so riveted by a story.  Ms. ... Click Here To Read More >>

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