Your Point of View character is the most important element in telling/showing this scene because it is through her eyes that we see and FEEL the battle. Continue reading Excerpt from Red Steel
Although I don’t outline my stories, I know a few things about my story and main characters before I start writing my first draft. I know some of my character’s backstory, I know or have an idea of how I want the plot to end or the climax of the story. Continue reading Following Other Authors (part 2)
Books2Read https://books2read.com/b/boD5Na To order on Amazon Ebooks US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TCGT6XQ UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08TCGT6XQ AUS https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08TCGT6XQ CA https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08TCGT6XQ Ebook ASIN: B08TCGT6XQ Print copy ASIN: B08VL7MWTJ Roxanne Harrell is the youngest of the Harrell family sisters. She is spoiled, self-centered and a bit of a screw-up, at least that’s the way her family sees her. When Roxy meets the niece she didn’t even know she had while working on … Continue reading Roxy is here!
A Pep Talk I Give Myself, channeling Sarra Cannon! Continue reading My Pep Talk to Myself
I submitted Red Steel to the Kindle Book Review 9th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards Red Steel is a suspense thriller set in a small town on the North Carolina coast. Things heat up when a vigilante turns to arson to purify the town of Leeward. Firefighter Billy Grimes and reporter Tracy Harrell cast a few sparks of their own when they are thrown together as … Continue reading Kindle Book Awards
One of the fun things about writing is taking a little bit from people you know and throwing all those bits and pieces into a blender on high and add in a stray thought or idea and wham, you have a character. Continue reading Billy and Tracy, the inspiration behind the characters
I’m so excited about this new book, Red Steel has become my new passion. Forgetting about genres and fitting into a certain category, I’ve just enjoyed writing. I hope you enjoy reading it. Continue reading I Need Your Help
Billy sipping his warm beer, watched his sister and her new husband as they twirled around dance floor amid the other glittering couples. He didn’t begrudge Rae her happiness. It was a long time in coming. But he couldn’t help but feel a bit melancholy. He sighed as he watched them, the three friends, couples now, best friends since middle school. They’d always had Rae’s … Continue reading Happy Birthday Brenda Mayo Jones