Dragon-speak #MFRWauthor

  I was reading for pleasure for years before I ever started trying to write my own. I devoured series romances as fast as I could get my hands on them. Back then, I had no idea how much work went into producing one of those books. I had this mythical idea that...

WipItUP Wednesday: What Would You Do?

Howdy fellow WiPers, This week I’m sharing from my newly published novella, Playing It Safe. It follows the story of Ivy Walker, an emergency room nurse who is working temporarily at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas, and Deacon Sullivan, a former firefighter...

Sunday Spotlight: Playing It Safe

Today, I’m spotlighting my brand-new release, Playing It Safe. It tells the story of Ivy Walker and Deacon Sullivan, who meet when Ivy – a travel nurse – comes to Dallas for short-term stint at Parkland Hospital. Deacon is a former firefighter turned 911...

You’re Not Joking Are You?

In my new novella, Playing It Safe, Ivy Walker is a travel nurse who comes to Dallas for a short-term job at Parkland Hospital. While there, she meets Deacon Sullivan, who introduces her to the concept of domestic discipline. Today’s snippet is the first time...

My Binge-Worthy TV Favorites #MFRW Author

  These days I don’t necessarily watch television all that often. Between writing, reading, and my part-time job, who has time for television? I will admit though I had the art of binging a particular television show down long before it became popular. From...
Coming January 19

Coming January 19

Playing It Safe Dallas Fire and Rescue Kindle WorldComing January 19 About This Book When travel nurse Ivy Walker comes to Dallas for a three-month stint working in the emergency department at Parkland Hospital, a relationship is the last thing on her mind. She just...

“Secrets”of Balancing my Writing and Family

  For many writers, balancing their writing with family life is a serious challenge. They are trying to juggle writing around full-time jobs, significant others, children, and who knows how many other commitments. In that way, I suppose I’m one of the lucky...