New Release Coming in March!
I’m getting excited! My next book is coming out in March. I can hardly stand the anticipation! In the meantime, please check out my other books: Amazon Author Page!
Book Review: This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger
This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger My rating: 5 of 5 stars Every so often, when sifting through sand, you find a precious gem. This book is one of them. This Tender Land is a timeless coming-of-age story that is highly literary. The story is told from a much older version of the protagonist…
New Release – Available on Amazon! #bookrelease #newrelease #bookbuzz #bookpromo #amazon #kindleunlimited
Available in paperback and Kindle e-book! Pick up a copy on Amazon now!
Mile Marker 139
via Mile Marker 139 My newest book, to be released on Jan. 18, 2020! Check the link for more details. More info coming soon!
Editorial Review of Caitlin’s Song (Carson Chronicles #4) by John A. Heldt
Caitlin’s Song is the fourth novel in the Carson Chronicles by John A. Heldt, which follows the adventures of time-traveling Carson siblings, Adam, Greg, Natalie, Cody, and Caitlin, as they try to reunite with their parents. They narrowly escape being shot down in a car chase in 1944 and wind up going through the portal…
Review of Of Knights and Dogfights by Ellie Midwood
Of Knights and Dogfights: A WWII Novel by Ellie Midwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ellie Midwood, expert of World War II historical fiction, has done it again. She’s crafted a gripping, emotional tale about the everyday person who lived through such harrowing times. In Of Knights and Dogfights, we meet two young men…
Review of Final Mission: Zion – A World War 2 Thriller by Chuck Driskell
Final Mission: Zion – A World War 2 Thriller by Chuck Driskell My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a powerful story of the resilience of the human spirit during times of atrocity and how ultimately our choices define us. Neil Reuter is an American who fought during the Great War and has since…
A Year in Review…and Looking Forward
In 2018, I… finished two manuscripts (fifth and sixth) completed about half of my seventh manuscript edited my third manuscript with the help of my writers group published my third book attended a writers conference at my local library for the second time attended the Algonkian Pitch Conference in New York City got feedback from…
Excerpt from Mile Marker 139 (Unpublished) – Chapter 11
December 31, 2017 – Sunday “You know I ain’t gonna be surprised,” Russ grumbles as Brandy drives. “Can you at least pretend?” his sister asks. Russ glances in her direction. Her wavy brown hair is pulled up in a high ponytail, and she’s dressed up, which means her nice jeans and a new sports jersey.…
Blogmas 2018 – Day 15 #christmas #blogmas #blogmas2018 #christmas2018
Today’s post is an excerpt from Christmas Day of 1944 in my unpublished novel, Rocks and Flowers in a Box: We stepped into a winter wonderland after the service concluded. White dusted our shoulders as we made our way to the Speedster. When we reached the car, we stopped and looked at the heavens. “This…