Sea Breeze: How to Use Memory and Reality to Produce Fiction

This is edited and reprinted from my post on the Authors’ Billboard blog site. Back in the spring of 2022, with nothing to guide me but my memories of my last visit to New Brunswick some twenty years ago and Internet research, I wrote my newest release, Sea Breeze, part of the Sweet & Sassy: Small TownContinue reading Sea Breeze: How to Use Memory and Reality to Produce Fiction

Trouble with Eden: eBook Release Day!

If you follow my postings in Tuesday Tales, you’ll recall my posts on my work in progress Trouble with Eden. Well, while the book has been available in paperback and as part of an ABB box set, it’s available on its own in eBook format now! Blurb: Can two lonely strangers find love and happinessContinue reading “Trouble with Eden: eBook Release Day!”

Tuesday Tales: From the Word Fall

Wow! It’s the end of September and autumn has reached out its cool fingers. This week’s Tuesday Tales is based on the word prompt FALL. I’m continuing with Pumpkin Spice. He reached for my hand and clasped it. His palm was sweaty. I freed myself as quickly as I could, fighting the urge to rubContinue reading “Tuesday Tales: From the Word Fall”

New Release from the ABB! Unforgettable Loyalty: Craving and Devotion

The Authors’ Billboard has done it again with another box set that’s perfect for all The Unforgettables fans out there. Faithfulness, devotion, commitment…all exclusive words meaning you put that special someone at the top of your “you-matter-the-most” list. Is there anything more important in a relationship than loyalty from the one you love…knowing that personContinue reading “New Release from the ABB! Unforgettable Loyalty: Craving and Devotion”

Tuesday Tales: From a Picture

Welcome to this week’s Tuesday Tales. Since it’s picture prompt week, our scenes are limited to 300 words! I’m continuing with Pumpkin Spice. Here’s the picture I chose. Isn’t he handsome? What the hell had Aunt Selma gotten herself into? No wonder she’d chosen not to sleep in the house. Any one of these guysContinue reading “Tuesday Tales: From a Picture”

Tuesday Tales: From the Word Anxious

Wow! Mid-September. Time really does go by faster when you get older. Welcome to this week’s Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt is ANXIOUS. “He is, not quite eight months old, but he’s big, beautiful, and even-tempered, although he’s taken a definite dislike to our guests.” She looked up at the cat. “Come down here andContinue reading “Tuesday Tales: From the Word Anxious”

Insecure Writer’s Support Group Blog for September 2022

Welcome to this month’s blog. The question prompt is: What genre would be the worst one for you to tackle and why? I have four, and they would be equally tough. The first one would be horror, when it is extremely graphic and involves demonic possession, like The Exorcist or The Amityville Horror. Books likeContinue reading “Insecure Writer’s Support Group Blog for September 2022”

Tuesday Tales: From the Word SIGN

Welcome to another episode of Tuesday Tales. Already September. Back when I was working, I dreaded the end of summer and the start to another school year. Now, I’m using the time to travel before winter sets in. This week, our Tuesday Tales prompt is sign. Every time I see the word the song playsContinue reading “Tuesday Tales: From the Word SIGN”

New Release from the Author’s Billboard: Irresistible: Madly in Love with a Coworker

Sometimes, love just happens. When you find that special someone, hopefully it’s convenient. But what if it’s not? What if you’re madly in love with a coworker? Workplace romance can sometimes be complicated, but always unique. Made For Me by Natalie Ann, USA Today bestselling author: Will the grief two coworkers experienced in their lives bringContinue reading “New Release from the Author’s Billboard: Irresistible: Madly in Love with a Coworker”

Tuesday Tales: From the Word YELLOW

Where has the summer gone? Here it is the last week of August. Welcome to this week’s Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt is YELLOW. I continue with Pumpkin Spice. “Before I forget, Dr. Tanner told me to come back to the hospital for five. He’ll call when she’s out of surgery.” Roberta nodded. “He’ll stayContinue reading “Tuesday Tales: From the Word YELLOW”