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Any Luck at All first two chapters!

Any Luck at All  Asheville Brewing #1 September 22, 2020 Apple Amazon US Amazon UK Amazon AU Amazon CA Google Play Kobo Nook Amazon Print Goodreads  BookBub     “How much longer is this going to take?” Prescott Lee Buchanan said in a condescending tone, his fingers drumming on the conference table. Georgie Buchanan knew that drumming all too well. [...]

FAMILY JEWELS (Rose Gardner Investigations #1)

****FAMILY JEWELS**** Rose Gardner Investigations #1 November 29, 2016 With only three more weeks until the release of FAMILY JEWELS, I thought I'd clear up some confusion about the new Rose Gardner series. While Rose Gardner Investigations is a new series, readers of the previous series will see a seamless transition from the novella SINS OF THE FATHER or THIRTY-SIX [...]

Rose's Fresh Look And Thirty and a Half Excuses Pre-Order Link

  The Rose Gardner Mystery Series Gets a New Look! To celebrate the long-awaited and soon to be released third book in the Rose Gardner Mystery series, I've updated and freshened up the covers!    Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes is on SALE for $0.99 until Sunday, August 11! Amazon B&N Kobo iTunes     And today I'm revealing the [...]

Getting It Right the First Time

If there's one thing I have learned 23K into my sixth novel, its that not a single book has been written the same way. My first, my throw away book, was a NaNoWriMo project. I'll be honest and it was more about meeting the goal than the story, although I didn't believe that at the time. I'd started several novels [...]

Jenga

I'm editing. I've been editing for over a month and the end is in sight. I've done  revisions, sentence restructuring and tried to remove as many *I*s as possible. I've embedded deep POV, taken out unnecessary lines (even if I love them,) and found repetitive words. I've read this manuscript so many times I can practically recite passages word for [...]

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