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Up, Up, and Away

I recently attended an event in Wausau which included a festive array of hot air balloons. As a dozen brightly patterned balloons were inflated and launched, I was reminded of the soaring hopes I had three years ago when my … Continue reading

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Novel Cover Design

The cover for my second novel, The Jonah Complex, is currently in the design process. What are your thoughts on the layout so far? Feel free to comment below. Click here to read the first chapter of The Jonah Complex.

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Chapter One, The Jonah Complex

1 Bai was freefalling. Terror mocked her deliberate plans. Contain the chaos, Donovan. Analyze the dissonance. The staccato of her boot heels echoed through the parking garage as she hurried toward her BMW. Rewrite your fear belief. Become the new … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Mirror Images!

I was asked recently to submit a post for the blog at WestBow Press. As I gathered my thoughts, I realized that Mirror Images had its first birthday on July 29. It’s hard to believe Maddy and the gang have … Continue reading

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First time for everything

August was truly a month of firsts.  Here are a few that still have me in the clouds: First book – a soft cover copy of Mirror Images arrives from WestBow Press for my approval. It was surreal to see my … Continue reading

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Edits and galleys and eproofs oh my

Who knew getting a book ready for publication would be nearly as much work as writing one? The past four months have been a crazy whirl of activity as I finished a final edit on my manuscript, worked with an … Continue reading

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Moving Along

On Monday, I officially became an author when WestBow Press announced I’d won the grand prize in the 2012 Women of Faith writing contest with my novel, Mirror Images. I am excited, humbled, and more than a little apprehensive. I … Continue reading

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