I love this series, so much. I'm a fan of all Juli's material, but this one? This one is my favorite. Trevor and Caitlin remain one of my favorite couples of all time . Here's a bit about the newest release, Mourning Dove Locket. For antique shop owners Caitlin and Trevor Fulmer, the intrusion … Continue reading Mourning Dove Locket by Juli D. Revezzo
From the blurb: Hest just wants a break. With Yule finally over, and his responsibility to his family along with it, he's looking forward to a well-earned rest – and he wants that rest far, far away from his siblings. Perhaps stopping by the city his mother calls home isn't the best idea, but meeting … Continue reading When Worlds Collide on Kindle
In my last post, I mentioned that I'd be offering a stand-alone story for June's installment. I like the idea of stand alone stories to allow you, my supporters, a chance to be free of prolonged suspense, to allow you a chance of a smaller time commitment, and also, to remind myself that that I can, … Continue reading Okay, look. I lied. Also, Camp NaNoWriMo!
The last section of When Worlds Collide is in the hands of my editor, and will be coming back for final fixes today. *rubs hands gleefully*. I'm super excited about this novella, and I'm grateful for all the positive feedback I've been getting. There will be two other stories in this series, and the first … Continue reading When Worlds Collide Final Installment, and info about the new story.
This is by no means a fancy video -- I don't know that I'm ever going to do fancy videos. It is, though, the first in what will hopefully be an awesome series featuring pagan-friendly fiction written by pagans. First up: Jennifer Lawrence's Fire on the Mountain. (now I just need to figure out how … Continue reading Celebrating Pagan Fiction video series launch!
For my subscribers: emails should have hit your inboxes last night. If you're expecting an installment and you did not receive one, please contact me. I triple check the addresses before I hit send, but I'm also human. I plug those in by hand (one day I'm going to look into a fancier way of doing … Continue reading When Worlds Collide Chapter Two is live!
This list is in no particular order. I want to make that clear before I go any further. I'm a bit of a bookworm (erg, was that too sudden? Do you need to sit down for a minute? Catch your breath; I'll wait). Part of the fun of reading for me is thinking about the … Continue reading Favorite New (to me!) Authors of 2015
“So . . .” Meliah groped for words. Usually she wasn’t unnerved by silence, but this was a tense silence, the kind you wanted to break, the kind that got heavier and heavier the longer it stretched on. They were both, she realized, extremely nervous. Which made her want to laugh. What the hell was … Continue reading When Worlds Collide* — an excerpt
By now, those of you who are already signed up for my Story Subscription will have received the twelfth, and final chapter in A Marriage of Land and Sea. From the bottom of my heart: thank you. Being able to check this particular story off my to-write list is rewarding for so many reasons. Roern … Continue reading Story Subscription News, Writing News, Read All The Things!
First, the delightful series that is C.E. Murphy's The Negotiator, replete with all my favorite themes, and now this. I've heard praise for this book coming from a lot of different sort of readers. It was recommended enough times that I've even gotten the book out from the library two or three times (there's always … Continue reading The Hundred Thousand Kingdom; or: A Week for Perfect Stories