3 times the writing life exceeded expectations

Playing the Game (Neighborly Affection #1) Coming to Books-A-Million in a paperback edition in November 2014!

You guys. Seriously, you guys. You know I find writing blog posts exponentially harder than writing novels, right? Because so often I’m trying to convey gratitude for unexpected blessings that floor me. (Literally floor me, like lying on my back on the living room carpet while the dog licks my…

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And we’re back! Please pardon the disruption.

Henry, Jay, and Alice took a way-too-long break from the sales floor while Lyrical Press and Kensington Publishing dealt with flurries of paperwork and snow, but I’m bouncy-giggly-delighted to say that Playing the Game (Neighborly Affection #1) is now available under the Kensington umbrella. If you haven’t started reading the…

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Do not panic. The trio will be back.

The post title’s more for me than you. The “not currently available for purchase” message on a book page can be curl-up-in-a-ball panic-inducing for authors. (Possibly just me. I haven’t done a survey or anything.) But the reason Playing the Game (Neighborly Affection #1) isn’t available right now is a…

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Labor, value, and a Neighborly Affection freebie on the way

Howdy, reader-folk. If your personal space boundaries are sufficiently relaxed, c’mon in for a hug. It’s really just a big thank-you, but there’s so much thankfulness that it’s leaking around the edges of the letters. See, it’s Labor Day weekend, and I received my first-ever royalty statement. That’s a crazy-weird…

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