to the heart

I made a huge, monumental and life-changing decision for myself today. I’ve decided to give up hair styling. Now, the thing is, I’m relatively new at both being a hair stylist and being a published author. I left an unsatisfying career in 2013 and went to beauty school, convinced I’d found something to channel all my creativity and passion and love… Read more →

hello 2016!

The beginning of the year has started with a bang! I’m afraid y’all are going to be quite tired of me in the coming weeks, as I have two — TWO! — upcoming releases scheduled. Yay, but also, sorry ahead of time if you get sick of seeing my name!! The first is Save of the Game, which is the… Read more →

Farewell 2015

2015 has been quite the eventful year for me. I’ve published two books (with a third release imminent and a fourth in the editing stage), a short story (with a second due out in February) and have about 23049242 things in my WIP folder. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I signed that contract with… Read more →

Breakaway has broken out!

Wow that’s a cheesy name for this post. Good thing no one pays me to wri–oh 😐 Yay, Breakaway is out! You know, I thought I’d be used to this whole “publish a book” thing since I just went through it two months ago (and will again, in two months…look, I’m sorry, okay? I’m not going anywhere, you’re stuck with… Read more →

Guest: Nicole Castle

I’m super excited to have Nicole Castle as a guest today! Nicole has been one of my favorite authors since the first time I picked up Chance Assassin: A Story of Love, Luck and Murder. I love everything she writes (including her amazing Mako Shark series), and her new release, The Inauspicious List, is the third in the Chance Assassin series… Read more →

On the currency of attention

I’m not a person who gets riled up on the Internet (in person, now, that’s a different story). But this situation with Laura Harner and the resulting fallout is apparently the exception to my usual. Because I am pissed off. I don’t know why Laura Harner did what she did. Her excuses don’t really matter because there is no excuse. But… Read more →