Monthly Archives: April 2014

Thrilling News Thursday

Hello everyone!

Hope you’re all having a good week – I know I am…for the most part LOL. This will be a short post because I REALLY need to get on some editing and some writing but I definitely wanted to take some time to share my GOOD NEWS!

I just signed a contract with Dreamspinner to publish a novella! It’s called Fixing the Hole and it’s about Steve and Riley. Steve is a forty-something year old lawyer who works from home until a tree crashes through his house right into his office. Riley, the contractor he hires to fix it comes highly recommended by his friend Dale. Except Riley is in his twenties and exactly Steve’s type and Steve swore off all relationships after his previous one ended badly. But while Riley is busy fixing the hole in Steve’s roof, he might just fix the hole in his heart too.

This was one of the favorite pairs to write that I mentioned a few weeks ago. I fell in love with these two the minute I started writing them. I hope you will too. I’ll get more info to you about release dates, covers, etc, when I have it.

I’m taking the next two weeks off – next week I’ll be in LA for The Bite Convention and the following week is Spring Break and we’ll be spending it at Busch Gardens.

So have a fabulous weekend and a fantastic two weeks!

See you on the flip side.



Thrash It Out Thursday


I’ve been making good on my health and getting to the gym! So YAY for me. Unfortunately, it’s making me EXHAUSTED LOL. So I’ve ended up having to take naps almost every day /o\ Which means writing and editing is slowing down. No worries, I’m still powering through, just slower.

Wanted to put this out there to everyone because I’ve been seeing, what I consider to be, surprising opinions. Frozen has become the highest grossing animated film, surpassing Toy Story at the Box Office. I loved Frozen, just like I loved Brave. Because for the first time, we had the female heroine(s) saving themselves without the need for a Prince. We have Elsa throwing off the shackles of being forced to hide her magic and pretend to be someone else (THE PERFECT GIRL), we have her defending herself against people that want to KILL HER for being herself, and we have the sisters saving each other (Kristen Bell’s character going off ON HER OWN because the men were TOO AFRAID – to go find her sister and save the town).

The opinions that are surprising me – I’ve seen people saying the movie was bad, that it sends the wrong message to girls, and that it’s too violent. Are people seeing something I’m not? Did I miss something in the movie? I really am curious.

So everyone – weigh in, let’s have a friendly discussion about Frozen.

And with that I wish you all a GREAT WEEKEND 😀 (Going to see Cap 2 tonight! Double Feature at the local AMC with Cap 1!)