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Am I Even Authoring Right?

The internet is drowning in advice for emerging authors. Blogs, articles, Twitter threads, Facebook...all overflowing with commentary on how authors need to 'be'. Be active on social media, but not too political or opinionated or personal or frequent or sporadic or promotional. Don't read reviews, but include them in the promotional posts you need to…

Mixed Emotions – Marbles Made Her Book Debut

Our beautiful polydactyl kitty, Marbles, made her debut this week in JUNKYARD DOG. She's also been missing since July 23. With all the ins and outs of moving to a new province, she managed to zip out the door of our new home. Posters, phone calls, emails, and social media posts haven't led to any…

Every dog has its day

And today is Alex's. JUNKYARD DOG has officially broken through the fence. In celebration, I'm going to use this blog post to do what I wish I'd done with my first book in this debut year: track my Release Day thoughts. I'll be adding and updating this post throughout the day, and apologize in advance…

Vamps on Sale

CONNECTION: The Haunt Vault book 1 is on sale for a limited time, so now is the perfect opportunity to top up your pre-Halloween reading list. (If Costco can market Halloween in August, so can I, damnit.) Vampire Dominic Kaius is a cleaner, collecting humans others leave behind and bringing them into the Kaius haunt.…

Yoga is not my thing

Somehow, through no fault of my own, I ended up at a yoga retreat beside a swimming pool today. Thing is, I don't do yoga. Or retreats. Or anything requiring pants on a Sunday. So imagine how thrilled I was when my husband reminded me that part of moving to a new city is meeting…

Junkyard Dog is on NetGalley!

He's the original junkyard dog and she's got him by the scruff. Joshua Tree National Park Ranger Charlotte arrives on the scene of a car accident caused by a large dog tearing across the road. The third sighting of the animal in as many weeks, Charlotte’s interest is piqued. Armed with a bowl of dog…

Back in the Saddle

Ah, procrastination. You truly make me productive. The biggest benefit to downsizing when it comes to your yard is that everything you do has an impact. Trimming trees for an hour on 1/3 acre has nowhere near the visual wham as doing it on a small plot of land. Today's goal was removing two spindly,…