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Runaways (The Orbiters, book 1) is now for sale! And I’m still a little dazed that I am now “an author” versus “a writer.” Take a look at this screen shot! Last Wednesday night,
I am so pleased to get to reveal the cover for Runaways! You might recognize the background, especially if you live in North Carolina. A good portion of the book takes place in Charlotte, NC. They say “write what you… Continue Reading
If you’ve been to my blog before, you might notice this is WAY different! For starters, it’s now a real live site, not just a blog. For seconders, how ’bout that domain name? Sexy Town, huh? Yep, there was a… Continue Reading
My mind is somewhere else today. So far, after two hours of “writing,” I’ve managed 154 words on a short story. And I’m pretty sure 81 of them are going to be removed when I revise it.
“So what’s going on?” you might be wondering quietly to yourself. (Or asking me loudly, like Denise.) Well, a few years ago, I wrote a YA science fiction novel, and after a number of drafts and revisions, I have decided… Continue Reading