I Thought I was a Romance Writer

I was supposed to be a romance writer. At least that is what I believed when I first started writing. I thought I wanted to write historical romances, they were my first love. When I fell in love with contemporary romance it was after reading Jayne Ann Krentz who also writes historicals as Amanda Quick. Contemporary romance, especially the subgenres of romantic mysteries, thrillers and … Continue reading I Thought I was a Romance Writer

I’ll be on Auntie Em Writes

My mentor, M K Graff writes a crime/mystery blog called Auntie Em Writes and she will be promoting my novel, “Chrome Pink” tomorrow. Please, check out her blog and check out “Chrome Pink.” Rae Lynne Grimes is a survivor. She returns to her hometown along the inner banks of the North Carolina coast to care for her dying grandfather. A pink motorcycle, a handsome construction … Continue reading I’ll be on Auntie Em Writes

I Need a Hero

What Makes a Man a Hero? I have six sons, a loving husband and several male relatives, all could be romantic heroes, at least to those who love them. We have military men, construction workers and volunteer firemen, first responders, dedicated fathers and Scout leaders, all embody the manly men who set feminine hearts aflutter. They are all good looking too, of course I’m probably … Continue reading I Need a Hero