A little bit of this and a little bit of that

Hello awesome readers :)

I just finished the final touches on the Ghosts of Trenton House book trailer. I’m very pleased with how it came out :) The plan is to reveal it a little closer to the release date (I will let you know as soon as I do), but that may change depending on if I can wait that long LOL

Currently, I’m in edits for GoTH (finished second pass edits last month). The WIPs I’m what I’m working on now are:

1.) Sherilyn and Kade’s story. This will probably be a short novella, as An Island Christmas was. I’m having a good time writing it and am hoping to finish it soon, then it’s on to editing and revising before submission. If I have my way, the book will be submitted around June or July.

2.) Paranormal romance novel with werewolves. I’m only two chapters in but I’m enjoying the story. It doesn’t have a title yet, but I’m excited to be writing werewolves!

I have more ideas that have been written down, but I haven’t had a chance to work on them. The two stories above are my main focus at the moment, along with the Revenant Investigation series. The series is three books at the moment: Ghosts of Kingston Cottage, Ghosts of Trenton House, and Ghosts of Emerald Bay. Can’t wait for you all to read book two! I think you’re all going to love Lena and Knox :D

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Resolutions. Or, What I Have Planned for 2015!


I no longer say “Starting on the first of the year, I’m going to lose weight/go to the Caribbean/stop drinking soda”…etc. In place of that, I say “This year I’d like to do this, and these are the changes I have to make to get there.” I make a list in my head of things I’d like to do in the New Year, then try and push towards those goals/ideas, with no expectations—just a list of things I’d like to accomplish.


For 2015, this is my short list of WRITING goals:


  1. Finish writing Sherilyn and Kade’s story (which is hinted at in An Island Christmas). These two are very fun to write!
  2. Finish writing a Valentine’s Day story I started writing in September, about a cupid and her charge. This is more of a fantasy romance, instead of a paranormal one.
  3. Start writing the Christmas romance novel idea I came up with in October. It’s been itching to be told!


About Kade and Sherilyn: I never expected to write a non-paranormal romance, so when An Island Christmas came into my mind, I was completely surprised! To say the least LOL. I thought that would be it, just the one, but I was wrong—Sher and Kade started talking to me shortly after I started edits on An Island Christmas. I’ve only written one chapter of their story, but they are such a fun pair that I’m very much looking forward to finishing their tale :) She’s a spitfire, and he’s quite the charmer…but she’s not giving him an easy time of sweeping her off her feet!


Here’s a little snippet of them in An Island Christmas:


After cleaning up, they dressed and headed back to the main house to join Sherilyn and Kade for breakfast. The two were preparing breakfast—insisting on doing so since technically Blue had made it the day before.

“How was your night, Sher?” she asked, winking at her friend.

Sherilyn glared. “I had a good night’s rest. And it had nothing to do with him.” She gestured to Kade, who grinned.

Blue looked to Kade. “Couldn’t manage to share a bed, huh?”

He shrugged, then put a hand on one of his hips. He pointed at Sherilyn with the other hand. “She wouldn’t give in to my charms.”

“Losing your touch, bro?” Constant teased.

“Man, not funny. I might be!”

Sherilyn huffed, then rolled her eyes. “Just help me cook breakfast, Kade.”

Laughing, Blue turned from the kitchen and walked over to the Christmas tree, taking a picture of it with the tropical scenery beyond the window mixed in.

She jumped a little as someone put something on her head. She turned to see a grinning Constant. “What are you doing?”

“This.” He showed her the green Santa’s hat, then put it back on her head, arranging it so it wouldn’t fall off.

“Oh now, this is perfect,” Sherilyn said, grinning at them. “Kade finish breakfast so I can get a picture!”


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