Spirits vs. Progress- Who Will Win?

Spirits vs. Progress – Who Will Win? 05-23-13 Who’s next for romance in Flynn’s Crossing? Old bones, predestined love, and troubled adversaries clash as an unlikely relationship soars to conquer the spirit world.  The story of Tess and Powers is heating up Main Street! Yes, it’s finally out!  “Blooms on the Bones”, Book 5 in…

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Gratefulness And Lots of It

Gratefulness – And Lots of It! 05-16-13 I am grateful for all of the terrific writers who keep crafting wonderful stories, despite all odds.  They write at two in the morning, on the way to their dreary day jobs, before their kids get up in the morning and in every mode and method imaginable.  And…

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Author Q&A: Where is Flynn’s Crossing?

Author Q&A:  Where is Flynn’s Crossing? 05-02-13 Want to visit Flynn’s Crossing in person?  People ask me questions about the town all the time.  Here’s some fun Q&A to learn more about it! Q:  Where is Flynn’s Crossing? A:  In actuality, it exists only in my mind – and in yours after you read about…

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Coming Soon!!

“Blooms on the Bones” – Book 5 in the Flynn’s Crossing series! Available from your favorite ebook and paperback vendor in May 201 Tess Willowspring, owner of Buds and Blooms, knows that leading the Flynn’s Crossing building committee isn’t such a high honor.  The role leaves her less time to create gorgeous floral arrangements, tend…

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To S or not to S…

To S or Not To S… 04-18-13 This is an important question in my writer’s life right now.  You see, I have two characters with names that end in S in my current work.  And there’s a lot of controversy about how to handle the possessive for each of them. And before you ask why…

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Ninety Minutes to Save the World

Ninety Minutes to Save the World Yesterday, we saw “Billy Elliot” as part of our subscription Broadway Series season.  I’d seen the movie, read the history of that time, and even lived it from a distance.  But what struck me the most were the words. As the story unfolded on stage and young Billy learned…

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