Okay, I’m going to clarify this again because I keep getting blog questions and emails and Facebook questions and not all of them are very polite (in fact, a few we have deleted because I will not be the target of passive aggressive people). The facts: I LOVED writing Whisper Hollow. But…because not enough people […]

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I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about when I can write more in the series that Berkley and Diversion still have. Here are some facts as to why that won’t happen for awhile. One: the ONLY reason I’m finishing Otherworld is because I’m only 3 books from the end and it’s such a […]

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I have two blog posts for you today—A Year of Marymoor is coming up shortly. We’re in the middle of a heat wave. I admit, I don’t like it—I have a headache, I’m not a sun bunny, and I’m so over summer. We don’t get a lot of hot weather, true, but what we get, […]

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Time for more reader questions and a few notes! Q: Since you are now indie, do you plan on any other new books outside of the known series that are currently being released? Will you be writing anymore non fiction books? A: If you’re asking if I plan on writing other new series besides the […]

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Today I want to talk writing. About how I feel about writing, how I feel about my work and my characters. People often want to know who my favorite character is, and I’m often wonder if they’re hoping I’ll say it’s their favorite character. Or they’ll ask me which of my worlds I’d want to […]

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You’ll notice that I’m not posting my A Year of Marymoor today. I’m going to have to move it to Monday because Marymoor’s Concerts in the Park are now in full swing and Sundays are kind of…impossible to get around to the places I take my pictures because those areas are closed to the public […]

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Reader Questions Taking time to answer some more of your questions! Q: How do you like being an Indy author. What has changed for you and has it been an easy transition? A: I LOVE IT. Seriously, I had no clue that I was as unhappy as I was writing for a big publisher. Over […]

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For me, summer is usually frustrating. It’s usually spent fretting, waiting for publishers to get their asses in gear (they practically shut down during summer and it’s really hard to get them to move with any speed on anything), and I usually spend most of the days in my office (not unusual) due to deadlines […]

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It’s hot and muggy here. We have entered summer. It was eighty-five degrees here. The plants are loving it after the massively wet past six months, but it was a bit much for me. My comfort zone for summer runs around 72-75 as a high. Tomorrow, thunderstorms are supposed to break, and I hope it […]

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We finally have spring in our yard. The trees came into leaf late this year–we had quite the winter. But our flowers are blooming and I thought you might like to see some pictures of our yard. The three weigela we planted last year are doing well and flowering out, the lace maple is thick […]

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