Police chief Mike McKenzie struggles with all that has happened to his town. Is he the right man for the job? Continue reading Sleepless Night
Not all Criminals are Monsters In my Leeward Files novels, I have truly horrendous monsters: murderers, pedophiles, rapists, sex and drug traffickers, and extreme racists, but not all bad guys are truly monstrous. Sometimes, a good guy can be pushed into doing bad things, other times, a good person will do bad in the hope of something good coming from it. The old adage, “The … Continue reading Criminals and Monsters
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
Join me Tuesday, June 18th, 2019, 7 pm at the Hazel Guilford Memorial Library. Back to where it all started. I have been writing since I was a kid. I remember writing my first romantic story in fifth grade. I wrote short stories, poems, skits and plays for church and school but my passion has always been fiction, namely romance. As a teenager, I had … Continue reading Back Where It All Started
Join me for my Takeover and let’s talk about books, writing and the inspiration for my Leeward Files Series. Join me in Leeward, North Carolina where everyone knows your name and your business, and will do anything to keep their own secret. Continue reading Join My Takeover at Bently’s Book Babes!
Book signing at the fossil festival. Continue reading Pamlico Writers invade Aurora Fossil Festival
If you have been following the news lately, you know that a little boy in our area disappeared from his home. Several days passed before he was found. Thank God, he was found safe and sound. I do not know the little boy who was missing but I know his family and felt guilty because what I’m writing is so similar to what they were … Continue reading When Fiction Becomes Real Life