Book Signing February 8, 2020

Be sure to come and meet me. I'll have copies of Circle of Desire, Circle of Danger and Circle of Deception available to sign. For the people who are in my Readers Group or purchase a copy of my book, I have swag to give you. So much fun! For those who already have the [...]

Pile It on

Pile It on

You know what I like about romance books? Of course, the hot sex, but truthfully, the layers my favorite authors weave into their stories. For romances, there should be two main plots in the book. One, of course is the mystery of romance. You know, the mystery of how they come to understand they should be [...]

RT BookReviews

RT BookReviews closed it operations on May 16, 2018. It was a sad moment for many including myself. I read the magazine from the time it was actually a newspaper (1980s). At least, my dream of having a review of my book(s) done by the magazine came true. Plus my name was mentioned a few [...]

New Covers for The Circle Books

Here we go. Starting June 12, 2018, one book a week will be re-released with a new cover. I'm so excited and hope if you haven't read them, you'll give them a try.  Click on MY BOOKS above to see the back blurb on each.  

Month Long Contest with Surprises

Be sure to check back on May 1 for a month long contest with a big giveaway of a mini iPad. Plus I plan to have several more giveaways throughout the month from my author friends. This is my fourth anniversary of receiving an offer for publication from HarperCollins. On May 4, 2011, I received [...]

Just Chillin’

Well, I say I'm just chilling, but really I'm writing and writing. With a lot of staring off into space wishing my brain would work faster. You know it's kind of funny, when I wrote CIRCLE OF DANGER for Avon, I expected to have anxiety problems like most debut authors have with their second book. [...]

Two more days . . .

Excerpt Jack stepped out of his Silverado and hesitated near the truck’s front end, keeping the thick engine block between him, the house, and anyone who might shoot. Besides, he wasn’t sure what mood Kat would be in. The place appeared to be deserted. Not that anything looked different from last evening. Early morning sun [...]

CIRCLE OF DECEPTION DOES IT AGAIN!

YAY!  I received some wonderful news today.  CIRCLE OF DECEPTION is a finalist in the Georgia Romance Writers' Maggies!  This is a lovely big contest. Sure. Not as big as the Ritas (those are like Romance Writers of America's Oscars). They're more like the Golden Globes of romance.  LOL! That's four for DECEPTION. (2013 GDRW's [...]

Looky, Looky What I Got Today!

My third book in The Circle series, CIRCLE OF DECEPTION, is a finalist in the 2014 Aspen Gold Published Writers Contest! They gave me a nifty website medallion to use.               This is the third contest in two years that it has been a finalist. (The e-book came out [...]

All Paths Lead to Books

I usually avoid talking about the day job except for the occasional remarks about working overtime and it kicking my butt. But today I’m in the mood to talk in general about it. A few years ago, I started the current job after an old one sold out and moved away. Freaking stressful. See, I’ve [...]

Where’s Carla?

Guess what I found out today? My workshop with Lexi George and Heather Leonard has been picked for the Moonlight and Magnolias conference in Norcross, GA this October. We're so excited. Twice we've presented it (and I was so freaking stiff - got to work on that - so unlike me) for groups of writers. [...]

Something New to Add

I have something new to add to my website. Such a nice way to start the weekend. CIRCLE OF DECEPTION is a finalist in the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence!       If you want to pick up a (e-format or paperback) copy, click on a link below. AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE BOOKS A [...]

Hero Angst of The Circle Books

Beware - some spoilers mixed in. Who doesn't love a hero with a problem?  It could be the trouble-making heroine he's fallen in love with or it could be the garbage he brought to the story from years before. Sherrilyn Kenyon is great at making the hero suffer as a kid and young adult. I'm [...]

Do You Have A Question?

The other day, I was thinking how people may have questions about my books? Maybe you're curious about how I choose the names and places? Why I matched up the characters the way I did? What do I plan for future books? Well, if you have any questions, ask away.