Sunday, January 29, 2012

The Migraine Train

I am trying to keep to my resolution of blogging every Sunday without fail and am going to consider this an acomplishment, even though it is short! I received a really wonderful review on "Born Lucky" and it actually choked me up a little. Please take a second to check it out. I'm very proud! Now, back to the darkened room. I'm trapped on the migraine train.

Tammy from Novel Opinion reviews "Born Lucky"

Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Good and the Bad

I know that, eventually, I'm going to get a bad review on one of the books. It is inevitable. Not everyone likes the same things, and opinions are as varied's say 'snowflakes'. Will I have the courage to link the bad review here on my blog? I don't know. Maybe, maybe not. We'll see when the time comes.

But while I wait for the Bad (because it is, unfortunately, my nature to anticipate Bad), I am concentrating on the good. This week I got two wonderful reviews, one on "Faith" and one on "Devil" and the links are below.

Dave Donovan reviews "The Devil Stood Up"

Rachel Abbott reviews "Faith Creation, All Lies Revealed"

Please stop by and check out the reviews!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Insanely Optimistic

Or...maybe just insane.

I have a very optimistic feeling today and I'm not entirely sure why. Is it because it's the new year? Is it the nice weather? The wine I've been drinking? Oh well, who knows. Regardless of the reason, though, I have to acknowledge the frothy bubble of happiness sizzling in my brain today. "Hi frothy bubble! Glad to have you visit, even if it's only temporary!"

Maybe I've just been anticipating this Sunday. I wrote for three hours this morning and now am looking forward to an afternoon of grocery shopping and laundry. The husband and I have detoured into Starbucks and he is struggling with the wi-fi network even as I type this across from him. Later today, I'm going to roast a turkey breast for dinner.

Maybe that's what the frothy bubble feeling is for. More story, clean laundry, roast turkey and a day filled with relaxed accomplishment. Not so crazy after all, I guess.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Faith, United

I have started the second book in the Faith series and it is called Faith, United. I am so excited to work on this book and so glad to be thinking about Faith again. A big part of the satisfaction comes from the fact that so many people ask me about Faith and when the next book is coming out. Well...soon. Very soon, now. If you haven't yet, make sure you get acquainted with Faith in the first book: Faith, Creation, All Lies Revealed.

In the meantime, I hope you give JD a try. I think you'll like him. He's quirky and scared and brave and I think he has some qualities we can all identify with (and he's psychic!).  Born Lucky, The JD Chronicles is available exclusively through Amazon for Kindle and Paperback.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Born Lucky, The JD Chronicles

I am starting 2012 strong with the release of Born Lucky, the first book in the JD Chronicles. Here is the back of the book blurb for Born Lucky:

At three days old, JD was blown clear of the explosion that killed his mysterious parents and set him on a path of uneasy discovery. A reluctant psychic, JD chooses to live in the safe world of a mental institution, unable to control the things he ‘sees’…sometimes with unwelcome, and even dangerous, consequences.
Join JD as he tries to help find a young couple who go missing in the forbidding Pine Barrens of South Jersey.

This book is going to be my Night Stalker...anybody else remember that show? It was (it seems to me) the prototype for series such as X-Files, Strange Luck, Fringe, etc. JD is the main character, and I hope everyone likes him as much as I do. I think he's easy to identify with (even though he's psychic...and lives in a mental hospital...other than that, though.)

Born Lucky is an Amazon exclusive and you can get the links for the ebook and paperback at or here:

Amazon ebook
Amazon paperback