If you like suspense thrillers with a little romance, strong female characters, blue-collar heroes and heroines set in a small town, then welcome to Leeward. Continue reading Giveaway ~ Drawing October 25th
A Pep Talk I Give Myself, channeling Sarra Cannon! Continue reading My Pep Talk to Myself
A foul-mouthed Cinderella accused of murder, and a handsome contractor torn between saving his family business or the girl who stole his heart. Continue reading Strong Female Characters
Family secrets threaten more than their second chance at romance. Continue reading Summer Loving
Don’t Worry Be Happy I believe in happy endings. While I can’t quite call myself a romance writer, I still believe in happy ever after, or happy for now. Okay, maybe happyish. Since I like to blow things up and kill people off (usually the bad guys), not everyone is going to have their happy ending. Well I’m usually happy about it. I’m having way … Continue reading Don’t Worry, I Still Believe in Happy Endings
The end of a decade. As we prepare to ring in the new year and the new decade, I find myself looking back over the past ten years. So much has happened in such a short time. After winning the Ann Peach Award in 2009 and joining Romance Writers of America, I started truly thinking about being a published writer ending the last decade on … Continue reading What a Decade!
The Main Characters of Chrome Pink Interviewer: The two of you are the main characters in Chrome Pink, how did you meet? Rae: We met at the opening of the Bryant Foundation Art Gallery. Logan: No, we met at the bar where you were singing Karaoke. Rae: But I didn’t learn your name until the gallery. Logan: True, you rode off angry. Rae: You talked … Continue reading Interview with Rae and Logan
Where do my stories fit? When I first started writing I believed I was a romance writer. In the past ten years, I’ve focused my attention on writing what I call romantic suspense. Defining my stories and finding the right home for them hasn’t been easy. Although the Leeward Files is a series, each book is a little different. Chrome Pink is more women’s fiction, … Continue reading Labels and Genres