Interview with Jess Carpenter

Fellow indie author Jess Carpenter was kind of enough to sit down with me (virtually) and do a written interview. I enjoyed it. Go check it out!

Maeva Dedication

I dedicate each of my books to an individual. Sometimes I know from the start who will be named, and other times I don’t know until the day before publishing. I had dedicated Olivia but had not set one for Maeva. As I sit here in relative comfort during these trying times, it only makes…

Olivia and Maeva Cover Reveals

It’s been a hectic couple of days, but the launch of Olivia and Maeva is still set for April 5th. Lots of preparations are taking place behind the scenes, but I wanted to share a sneak peak of both covers. I’m grateful to have the help of Amber Stricklin, an amazing graphic artist, to help…

Final Two Novels of Sign of Alchemy Series Launching April 5th

After over a year of blood, sweat, and proverbial tears, the final two novels of the Sign of Alchemy series will be launching on April 5th, 2020. For all you binge readers out there, you’ll be able to dive into two full-length novels spanning a total of almost 700 pages. The first novel, Olivia, will…

Olivia Cover Preview

I apologize for my prolonged absence from my blog. It’s been for good reason, I assure you. I’ve been hard at work writing the last two books in the Sign of Alchemy Series – Olivia and Frasie. Olivia is done, just needs a blurb for the back cover. I’m currently writing Frasie and expect to…

Streamer FemYoga To Review Dragonfly

My dear friend Ruby Calypso arranged for popular Persciope, YouTube, and Twitch streamer FemYoga to read and review Dragonfly on her channel. She announced the review Thursday on her live stream and will be broadcasting excerpts soon. Haven’t bought Dragonfly for yourself yet? Enjoyed it and want to grab a copy for a friend? Head…

It’s Impossible to Hoard Books

I’m sure you’ve seen the shows where they go into the homes of hoarders and unearth mountains of stuff (OK, usually trash). When I saw this meme I was puzzled by the fact that no one ever gets blamed for having too many books. In fact, we encourage this by having furniture dedicated to the…