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Recently I reviewed How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk over at the library’s blog. I could say a lot more on about how much I liked this book (and I will). But first … Continue reading
Local author fair at the library! Next weekend! Come see us! Many great authors! Prizes and snacks! I’ve had too much coffee! Click here! See you then!
So I’m aware that I released a book and basically disappeared for four months. Does it help if I had a good reason? A cute reason, actually. Cuteness aside, I’ve had a lot of topics swirling about in my mind … Continue reading
Aggie wiped her sweaty hands on her jeans. No one in the cafeteria was watching her, but it sure felt that way. If community college was high school 2.0, then the divine cafeteria was community college 2.0, full of cliques … Continue reading
Heaven’s Most Wanted is officially available! Buy it on Amazon! Or for your Nook! Or on Kobo! Or at Smashwords! Okay, I’ll stop with the exclamation points now. Here’s what you’re in store for in book 3: It wouldn’t be … Continue reading
Kip clapped his hands. “Isn’t it beautiful? I wasn’t sure about the fountain, but now that it’s here, it’s just so adorable!” At first glance, it was that classic woman pouring water from an urn statue. Except it wasn’t. The … Continue reading