It’s my Indie-versary

AAA_FrontCover200Oh, hey! It’s my Indie-versary today. Three years ago I very nervously pressed publish on In the Widow’s Bed and I┬ámust say that feeling of stepping close to a precipice hasn’t noticeably changed. I suppose I shouldn’t be too surprised… I’m afraid of heights too. LOL

So much has happened in three years – sex, murder, mayhem, sex. (Hey, I write on the steamy side so its expected of me) It’s been a great three years writing what I love and I’ve enjoyed every minute of my indie publishing adventure. My next book out on March 12, An Accidental Affair, will be my 18th story, 21st publication when you include series bundled books.

Thanks to everyone who’s read, enjoyed and talked about my stories. It’s an incredible feeling to know so many people have stepped into my regency world and enjoyed what they found.


Winter’s Tale — Colin Farrell is my newest love. OMG he melted me completely. Winter’s Tale tells the story of an orphan, turned small-time crook who meets and falls in love with a young woman from a well to do family when he enters her home to steal from them. She’s alone and clearly ill, dying from consumption (fascinating remedies employed) and in their short association they fall in love. Usually I hate stories where one half of a couple dies (so not romantic) but in this story the ending is uplifting rather than sad. Since a love story is never without obstacles there has to be a villain determined to keep them apart. Russell Crowe’s Pearly Soames scared the hell out of me. Usually I love Rusty. Wouldn’t want to be around him in a bad mood now. LOL

Winter’s Tale Rating – I’ll be needing the DVD for my collection!


Guardians of the Galaxy from Marvel – I’m pretty sure its a meant to be comedy. Thoughts?

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