Saturday, November 17, 2007


If you want to find my books online, just click on the link (the title of the blog where it says, "My Book Link" and it will take you to Barnes and Noble. I finally got permission from my publisher to post the cover of my book (yay!) isn't it great? I plan to have a couple of contests for freebies and giveaways! Be sure to check back soon...

"A beautiful romance and a solid mystery. I highly recommend this book." --Dee Henderson, bestselling author of the O'Malley family series

Have a great weekend!


Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Writer's Retreat Weekend

Okay, I know it's been awhile, but I sold a book to Steeple Hill on proposal, so that means some serious writing to live up to their faith in me...and so they'll buy more! But, I just wanted to share this really cool weekend I just got back from. A group of us got together for some brainstorming and boy, did we storm! We stayed in a gorgeous house up in the mountains of Franklin, NC. We were so far up, I got altitude sickness. No, I'm not kidding. I started feeling much better about the time we had to leave, of course. We were 4,000 feet up there! But it was fantabulous and we sincerely thank and the Hartley family for allowing us to enjoy their home.

Some silly people tried to enjoy it 24/7 by staying up until 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning working!!! Steeple Hill and Zondervan editors, you should be proud! No, I'm not mentioning any names, Camy Tang, Missy Tippens, Jennifer Hudson, Cheryl Wyatt and Pammer James! I was the only one with any sense, obviously. No, I think Pammer had some, too. I remember her going to bed around midnight one night.
For example:

Anyway, all kidding aside, we had a blast and plan to do it again next year! Here's some pics. Enjoy!

The fun part of stopping in the local Christian bookstore in Franklin, NC and watching Camy very humbly sign her newest release, Sushi for One? The bookstore staff were so sweet and...I think, bemused with the whole thing...

This is the six of us trying to get in the picture before the timer on the camera went off!