Monthly Archives: August 2012

Happy Belated Release Day!

I was away on vacation when this happened, but happy belated Release Day to Robyn Thomas!

Her Indulgence, His Unexpected Family, was released from Entangled publishing recently.

I love this story. It’s sweet and smart and charming. I was the Associate Editor for this book, and again, I jumped at the chance to work with Robyn. Her voice is beautiful.


Cover for His Unexpected Family by Robyn Thomas

Here’s the cover and book blurb:

Sometimes you have to take the leap… again.

Newly widowed with a new baby, Ren Jamieson is putting her life back together after her thrill-seeking husband’s death. But when she’s called to show a high-end property to a prospective client–a commission she desperately needs–she meets a man who makes her pulse pound like nothing she’s ever known…

Cole Matthews is more than he seems. Real estate is only part of the reason he’s in Australia–the other is to see Ren, and make amends somehow for the life lost. The last thing Cole expects is a woman whose humor, sweetness, and sexiness give him a rush greater than any he’s ever experienced…

Torn between her growing feelings for Cole and the risks of loving yet another adventurer, Ren will have to choose between keeping her feet on the ground… and taking the most dangerous leap of her life.

Categories: Editing

Story published! For a good cause!


Cover for Hazard Yet Forward Anthology

My horror flash fiction story Eight o’Clock Walk has been published in the Hazard yet Forward anthology!

It’s a charity anthology put together by those associated with the Seton HIll Writing Popular Fiction MFA program to help support one of our own, Donna Munro, a 2004 graduate of the program. She was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and this is our way of supporting her.

Seventy-six authors pitched in to form this multi-genre anthology, including World Fantasy Award winner Nalo Hopkinson, Bram Stoker winners Michael A. Arnzen and Michael Knost, Bram Stoker nominee Lawrence C. Connolly, ALA/YALSA Best Book for Young Adults winner Jessica Warman, Rita finalist Dana Marton, Spur award winner Meg Mims, Asimov’s Reader’s Award winner Timons Esaias and WV Arts and Humanities literary fellowships winner, Geoffrey Cameron Fuller.

And me.

There’s a blog about the project, too.

It’s only available as an e-book, because at more than 700 pages, printing it would have cost-prohibitive.

Categories: Writing

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