Get ready for some crazy…

I think all authors go through self-doubt. When TARGET in the SUN won Best in Contemporary Fiction 2017 BTRC, I began to slowly let the insecurities go. But then along came Lie To Me an exposé on sex for money and again I had moments when I questioned the marketability of a book written about sex purchased … Continue reading Get ready for some crazy…

I’m in love…Coelho

A review or a reviewer's musings? You decide... Sometimes a story/book/novel seizes your heart and refuses to let go. Such is my love affair with this book, Manuscript Found in Accra. Let me share a few of the highlights from the book. I imagine when I allow myself to finish, I will have underlined at … Continue reading I’m in love…Coelho

.99 cents, don’t Lie To Me!​

  February is the month of LOVE. I thought I would offer deep discounts and free books this month to celebrate my favorite topic. Let's start the month off with my latest release at .99 cents for today and tomorrow, and then $1.99 in a Kindle Countdown Deal. Here is an overview of the story; and … Continue reading .99 cents, don’t Lie To Me!​

Musing…

  Could you fall in love with someone who's Bisexual? I present to you the magnificent sexy hot and bi Willy Cartier. I've decided I have a new Muse. I find sexy people an inspiration to my writing process. Maybe they help me find my voice...you know, the one deep inside that you're unsure you really … Continue reading Musing…

I really said what??

Today's author interview is with Lynda Filler, a very interesting lady. Take it away, Lynda. To begin, tell us a little about yourself.  Creativity is a way of life for me, poetry, painting, photography, and writing. I spent the first half of my career in fashion—design, buying and selling; and now focus on painting, photography, … Continue reading I really said what??

If you build it they will not come!

  I enjoyed an interview with Ryan Holiday today.  He talked about the creative process. We all love to create, but the marketing, not so much. Just because "you built it" doesn't mean "they will come." His take is: Making the Work is 50% Marketing the work is 50%--Two separate marathons.  When we choose the … Continue reading If you build it they will not come!

“Meet me at the door naked.”

  I'm not the first person to be told I'm dying, or to get my affairs in order, or at most I have six months to live. But there's something about my story that is resonating with readers. And one person tells another, and another, and buys a book for a friend or a family … Continue reading “Meet me at the door naked.”