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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

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A lot has happened with my book since the last time I wrote. First and foremost, my editor at NineStar Press suggested the title change of “New Year, New You,” which was never something I thought of myself. Though the saying is not one of my favorites, it is absolutely fitting for the book! Those […]

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Cutest Co-Authors in the World

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Anyone who has a pet understands how clingy they can┬ábe┬ásometimes. In the dead of winter, nothing is more true in our house. Glory and Julie will find any excuse to curl up on my legs and park themselves there for hours. I must say, as uncomfortable and awkward as they can be, I feel as […]

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My Name is … What?

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For me, writing the 90,000-plus words of my book wasn’t exactly a breeze. But the one thing that was without a doubt absolutely harder? Coming up with a title! I thought the name would come to me in time. Each week I strove to write five pages and put all my effort into the latest […]

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Write What You Know

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I’ve always wanted to write a book. Back in college (which is way too long ago for my liking) I started writing one inspired by the summer I spent on a co-ed bar league softball team. My intentions to write that book, sadly, faded away. At the beginning of 2016 though, I decided to sit […]

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Soon-to-be Published!

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This is a weird thing to write. But, I’m thrilled to announce I’ll soon be a published author! My first novel, If He Only Knew, will be published by the wonderful folks at NineStar Press. NineStar is based in New Mexico and is a “boutique publisher of quality LGBTQA” literature. Their mission in publishing is […]

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