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July 2017 Update

First, thank you *so* much for the support you’ve given The Bridesmaid and the Hurricane! I knew this was a book I could be proud of, but seeing people’s reactions was more than I ever expected! Some places that …

June 2017 Update

I’m gearing up for the release of The Bridesmaid and the Hurricane next Tuesday! Librarian alter ego was at the American Library Association Annual Conference from late last week to early this week and found out that TBatH was being …

May 2017 update

This month has simultaneously felt like one of the shortest months ever because of the “HOW AM I GOING TO DO ALL THE THINGS?!?!” feeling, as well as one of the longest because of all the things I was doing! …

March 2017 update

The books in the inaugural trilogy for the CAPITAL KISSES world have titles!

1. THE BRIDESMAID AND THE HURRICANE – Heroine: Radhika, Hero: Colm
2. THE BRIDESMAID AND THE SPY – Heroine: Stacey, Hero: Jay
3. THE BRIDESMAID AND THE …

February 2017 update!

Things have been quite busy for me since I posted here last. First things first, I will be self-publishing a trilogy of novels set in the CAPITAL KISSES world. The first story will belong to Radhika, the older sister of …

Valentine’s Rewind 2016

Huge thanks to Tamsen Parker and Rebecca Grace Allen for organizing the Valentine’s Rewind Blog Hop!

I’ve written a follow up story to Amuse Bouche which was first published by Ellora’s Cave in March 2011, and was republished last October …

Review request form for Sweet Heat series!

The Sweet Heat: Collected Stories series is all finalized and all three volumes (1, 2, & 3) have been submitted to the various vendors for uploading and pre-orders. If you are a reviewer and would like …

Sweet, sweet organization – #GetItTogetherHop

Today I’m participating in the #GetItTogetherHop along with today’s other attendees: Jennifer Lohmann, Alexis Anne, Erin Satie, Sandy Williams, and Ophelia London. You can find the list for the participants during the rest of the …

Nano Winner!

I crossed the 50,000 words mark on my novel yesterday! Woohoo!! I’m very pleased with myself in that I confirmed that I can write the first draft of a short novel in a 3-week period without killing myself. I did …

Self-care during Nano and other fast-drafting sessions

Fast-drafting is a challenge. Nanowrimo is essentially one of many versions of fast-drafting. This last calendar year has cemented for me that my process is very much aligned with the principles of fast-drafting. I vomit out words at a copious …