Love’s Late Arrival

Amazon: Destroyer of Future Plans

I’ve never been one of those author with scathing commentary about the monopolizing power of Amazon’s book store. Instead I was all-in with several Kindle-only titles. Then they pulled the plug on Kindle Worlds. At the moment this was announced, I was begging beta readers to return their comments on the third book for the …

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Free Speech, but Who’s Listening?

It’s March 14. This is the one month anniversary of yet another school shooting in the United States. (It’s also Pi Day.) And a multitude of people exercised their freedom of speech in cities large and small across the country. Free speech is important. It gives voice to every marginalized and under-served group. In this …

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Back to Sweet Grove: LOVE’S LITTLE SECRETS

Today the second Sweet Grove Romance is born into the world of published books. You can snap Love’s Little Secrets up on Amazon, and check in with Kyanna and Roth while discovering the truth about Norma and Herman Wells. The idea for this story was born as I drafted and revised Love’s Late Arrival. I …

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A Romance Series in Sweet Grove, Texas

Small town romance series are a huge hit. How do I know? Because the little town of Cedar Cove,Washington (now a Hallmark Channel series) was invented by Debbie Macomber years ago and has millions of adoring fans. It isn’t the only small town series I’ve read and enjoyed. Currently, I’m a huge fan of Kait …

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Enter an alternate Kindle World. I did.

Today is the day. I’ve crossed over and become a “fan fiction” author. Or so Amazon wants to say. That’s the premise behind Kindle Worlds. I prefer to say, “Today is my Christian romance publishing debut.” I’ve been talking about it for a few months now. And today, it will be all over Amazon when …

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