My First Official Review

Was it lovely when my mother-in-law phoned to let me know she had thoroughly enjoyed my novel? Sure. Did I get a bit of a high every time my writing group complimented me on an excerpt. Hell, yeah. BUT THERE IS NOTHING QUITE AS AWESOME feeling as getting a positive review from a complete stranger–especially […]

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Review: Quintina by Meghan Riley

 Rating: Three out of Five Stars I received a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of a YA Bound Book Tour. Summary: (If you haven’t read the first novel in this series, Anna, be warned the following summary may spoil some of the plot surprises from that book). […]

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The Tokyo Cover Girls: Making of a Book

I may not yet be done with this book birthing process (yikes marketing!) but I thought it would fun to look back on how I created the actual hard copy now that I have that part under my belt and in case anyone else is about to undertake the same thing. My first step? Shooting […]

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The Tokyo Cover Girls in Real Life

Da da da da! After many many years (why put a number on it?) my indie published book is now a real thing. The Tokyo Cover Girls is a young adult novel about three teens modeling in Tokyo who are trapped in a competition where the only escape is to uncover the truth behind a […]

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Review: Windrunner’s Daughter by Bryony Pearce

Rating: Four out of Five Stars I received a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of a YA Bound Book Tour. Summary: Think Whale Rider meets Dune. Windrunner’s Daughter offers up a good old fashion girl power story with an unusual twist: hand gliding on Mars. Wren is young woman living […]

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Happy #BadMoms’s Day

    Since no pregnancy is complete without a photo session I decided to take some inspiration from the many lovelies that have gone before me and create some lasting memories of my own.     Nailed it.            

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Lego Hell

“At least it isn’t very expensive” she says, glancing at the $500 worth of Star Wars battle ships, cantinas and tiny action figures sitting on the living room shelf. Sigh.

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