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Finding Home: A Bluebird Bay Novel coming in August!

Christine and I are so overwhelmed with the response to FInding Tomorrow, that we've already started working on Anna's story--Finding Home!  Finding Home A Bluebird Bay Novel August 27, 2019 Apple Amazon US Amazon UK Amazon CA Amazon AU Google Play Kobo (to come) Nook Goodreads Amazon and Barnes & Noble print to come Anna Sullivan has spent the last [...]

Finding Tomorrow Chapter One

Read the first chapter of my new women's fiction I co-wrote with Christine Gael, the pen name for my friend Christine Bell.  Apple Amazon US Amazon UK Amazon CA Amazon AU Google Play Kobo Nook Goodreads Amazon print Barnes & Noble print Celia Burrows thought she had it all—a handsome husband, two successful children, and a gorgeous beach house on [...]

OF ASH AND SPIRIT Chapter One

OF ASH AND SPIRIT: A CURSE KEEPERS NOVEL OF ASH AND SPIRIT TRILOGY BOOK ONE FEBRUARY 27, 2018 iBooks Nook Kobo  Google Play Amazon US Amazon UK:  Amazon AU Amazon CA Goodreads   Chapter One   “I sense a spirit here. An older man.” “I knew it,” Miss Louisa Carlisle said under her breath. I pivoted around the living room [...]

OF ASH AND SPIRIT: A Curse Keepers Novel

OF ASH AND SPIRIT: A CURSE KEEPERS NOVEL OF ASH AND SPIRIT TRILOGY BOOK ONE FEBRUARY 27, 2018 iBooks Nook Kobo  Google Play Amazon US Amazon UK:  Amazon AU Amazon CA Goodreads Who's afraid of ghosts? Not Piper Lancaster, because even though she's a ghost whisperer, she's a skeptic. Piper helps her clients settle their inner demons, and that's good [...]

Deleted scene from Deadly Summer

I've never posted a deleted scene from a book before. For me, scenes are usually deleted because the book took a different direction.  But this scene is an exception to that rule. This deleted scene could have stayed, but was cut for other reasons. One, the book was already really long, and two, while I part of the purpose of [...]

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