First 1000 Words of Stealing Time

  Hannah Lyons was living a charmed life—she’d escaped death thirty-seven times in the last three hundred and fifty-seven days. But Time was about to catch up to her—Time or, in German, Zeit, was nearly upon her… and about to give Hannah back her scarf which she’d dropped nearly as many times as he’d saved her life. Zeit snapped his […]

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Giving Away Time in a Bottle

It’s been a while since I threw stuff at you guys, huh? But I’m trying to get you all jazzed about my Servants of Fate paranormal romance novella series that comes out in November, and, also, I FINALLY started up a newsletter list. (Dudes, do you have any idea how long I’ve been trying to start one? Years. YEARS.) *holds […]

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Keeping Time: Servants of Fate #3

If you’ve been waiting for the soulful and deep romance in the series, this is it. This is the one that’ll rip your heart out and then shove it back in when it’s all over. (Did anyone else think Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom there? Just me? Okay.) This is the last in the series at this point […]

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Taking Time: Servants of Fate #2

Authors aren’t supposed to have favorite books in a series. It’s like picking a favorite child. (Which I do also…though it does vary.) Taking Time is my favorite book in the Servants of Fate world. Tempus is freaking hilarious to me. It’s being released on November 8th, but it’s currently available for preorder. (And it’s less expensive to preorder so […]

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Stealing Time: Servants of Fate #1

Some of you might have read Stealing Time. It was released individually with a different publisher a few years ago and then it was in the anthology “The Naughty List.” It’s being rereleased on its own and with two sequels. Yay! Super yay! Super duper yay! The cover is extremely perfect.   Summary: Father Time’s son, Zeit Geist, must sacrifice […]

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Covalent Bonds

Do you guys want to see the cover for one of the anthologies I’m in next year? I jumped to submit something to this anthology because this is very much what I love to read. Here’s the wrap for it so you can see what it’s about:   I wrote The Hacked Match for this…which was easily one of the […]

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How I Spent my Summer Vacation

It’s been forever since I’ve blogged, but I’m about to start throwing content on here again so I figured I’d explain my absence. Some of you know, especially if you follow me on Twitter, that I found out I have hypermobility syndrome and that I’m trying to get diagnosed with Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome Type 3. What that means, in a […]

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Truths and Myths About Reviews

  While I’m a seriously prolific reader and I do review books, I’m going to tackle this from the point of view of an author. Here are a few myths and truths about reviewing books. (Feel free to add others in the comments.) 1. Myth: This book already has reviews so my review won’t matter. First of all, reviews will […]

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Demon or Muse?

  So, I’m coming off a three week intensive writing and revising cycle. The idea for a story came to me three weeks ago and it was insane–it was impossibly difficult. I thought, “No way can I make that work. No way can I write that. I’m not organized enough. I don’t map scenes. I need to forget it.” So, […]

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Basically Virtually Theirs

  Hey, so I drew names for the contest over the weekend and their gifts are on their way or in their hot little virtual hands. They are the winningest winners of winnerland and their names are:   a Rafflecopter giveaway Ashley won the necklace * and Amy won the gift card. If you did not win, but you know […]

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