Category Archives: Young Adult Fiction

Young Adult Fic­tion

Another Sneak Peek!

I have not post­ed in a lit­tle while because I’ve been super busy fin­ish­ing up all of the details of pub­lish­ing! But… The Proof copy of Redemption’s Price is now in my hands. The time is get­ting close. The Clock is tick­ing down.  Eek! I’m excit­ed to share this sto­ry with all of you! I know many…

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The Reality of Self Publishing

Shimmer: The Chronicles of Maladore

There are many advan­tages to get­ting a big pub­lish­ing house to pub­lish your book. They do the edit­ing, for­mat­ting and cov­er design for you. You write the book and they take care of the pro­duc­tion aspects. That’s great but what about the rights to the book? So sor­ry, the pub­lish­ing house now owns your book.…

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Sneak Peek!!

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked, “What hap­pens to Saphire?” and “Is Carnoff alive?” Well, your  wait is almost over. We are return­ing to the land of Mal­adore! Yes, the next install­ment in The Chron­i­cles of Mal­adore is almost done. I just sent it back to the edi­tor with all the…

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Redemption’s Price is Editor Bound!

And the new title is… Redemption’s Price. After brain­storm­ing and writ­ing and rewrit­ing and well… more rewrit­ing… I am excit­ed to announce that the long jour­ney to com­plete the sec­ond book in the Chron­i­cles of Mal­adore is near­ing its end. It has just been sent to the edi­tor! For those of you that have hound­ed…

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Moot and Mute

It’s time to expand your vocab­u­lary. I had a col­lege pro­fes­sor that required us to make cards of new words every week. By the end of the semes­ter I had a huge stack of cards with words I had nev­er heard of before that time. One of the words I learned that semes­ter was “moot.” I…

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Mothering Instinct

I live on prop­er­ty that over­looks a very large pond. When I say large I mean it is an acre of water. The pre­vi­ous own­er of the prop­er­ty lives in a house adja­cent to the prop­er­ty. She has 3 ducks that she feeds that actu­al­ly still live at the pond. They trav­el from our pond…

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