Be a Podcast Patron
Producing my Authors Love Readers podcast costs money, so I’ve set up a page on Patreon in hopes of support for hosting and recording expenses. Fifty dollars a month will cover recording and storage costs that will help continue this weekly conversation between authors about how and why they create the stories you love.
Proof in Print
My newest book, Proof of Innocence, is now available in paperback at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. This murder mystery/romantic suspense hybrid is set in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Its prequel, Price of Innocence (2019) will move the action more to the fictional Fairlington County of northern Virginia across the river from Washington, D.C.
Hear the Authors You Love to Read
With the new year, I’ve ushered in something new for my book-loving fans. The podcast Authors Love Readers is a weekly conversation between authors about how and why they create stories. I interview fellow writers about books and life and quirky, fun things. I’ve gathered questions from readers, but I’d love to have more interview ideas, so if you have some to contribute, just send them here.
Wyoming Wildflowers Box Sets Finale
My newest bundled duo, Wyoming Wildflowers: Box Set 3, is made up of Where Love Lives (Book 6) and its prequel, Rodeo Nights, and it completes the Wyoming Wildflowers bundled sets I have been offering. This box set tells the story of country doctor Zoe Parisi and retired rodeo cowboy Matt Halderman, both children of Knighton, Wyoming, who longed for home there — and found that time hasn’t dimmed a longing for each other, too.
Zoe is introduced in Jack’s Heart (Book 5) and Matt is a rodeo rookie in Rodeo Nights, learning about both bronco riding and second-chance romance from Walker and Kalli.
Podcast Host Takes Turn as Guest
I’m more used to asking the podcast questions these days, but it was fun to be on the question-answerer on Jenny Wheeler’s The Joys of Binge Reading April 12 episode. We talked about the magic of Wyoming – where my most recent series are set – and how the writing scene has changed since I got started. Other topics: how sports journalism led to romance novels, my transition from traditional to independent author and writers I most admire.
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