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After Midnight - Black Phoenix #1

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February 28, 2007

Important Information

With a March release date, I feel that it is important for me to let you know that the Triskelion Publishing website is being revamped. What does this mean for those of you interested in purchasing NOT WITHOUT RISK?

Between March 1st and March 5th, Triskelion Publishing's website will be unavailable as the site switches servers. Don't fret, the new site will be new and improved and back online before you know it.

Make sure you check it out after March 5th, and join in the month long party. www.triskelionpublishing.net

And while you're there, don't forget to purchase a copy of my very first romantic suspense release, NOT WITHOUT RISK.


February 23, 2007

A Day at the Symphony

Warning: Yuck factor!

The other day I drove/chaperoned for my son’s class field trip to the symphony. Honestly, it wasn’t something I had time for, but I am a believer in the importance of the arts in education, so when I found out they needed drivers or the field trip would get called off, I volunteered.

First, I have to tell you that the symphony was very enjoyable. The music they chose was fun and recognizable to most of the kids. The highlight was when the symphony performed Scheherazade, Op. 35, 1st-4th movement, during which they projected drawings illustrating the story on the screen above the stage. These drawings were done by the kids before hand and mailed in. That was fun and exciting!

So picture me, sitting in the darkened symphony hall, in the row directly below the balcony and watching the drawings flicker past when all of a sudden a child above gets sick. Yup, you guessed it, I was thrown up on. For whatever reason, maybe just that this was a child and they panicked, a child in the balcony decided to get sick over the side of the balcony instead of on his own shoes. Lucky me, I was sitting directly below him. Yuck!

I keep telling myself there’s a story in it, but whenever I think about it, I can’t stop laughing long enough to brainstorm one. Maybe later.

February 19, 2007

My First Author Interview

Hey, my first ever author interview started today at http://www.sloanetaylor.com/blog/

The interview runs today through Friday, with a different portion of the interview being posted each day. Make sure you check it out. And remember to leave me a question in the comments section! I'll be checking in daily and answering all questions.

February 15, 2007

New Cover Art!

Wow, I just got my new print cover for the August 2007 mass market release of NOT WITHOUT RISK. I'm so excited! I can't wait to see this book in eFormat in March 2007, believe me. But I'm even more excited about the print release. I'm just one of those old school people who likes to hold the book in hand. Especially if it has my name on it!

Check it out and let me know what you think.

February 13, 2007

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February 6, 2007


Hey everyone, with the e-release of my first book,
less than a month away, I'm announcing a new contest.

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February 5, 2007

Whew! The edits are done.

It’s Monday morning, my family is still asleep because we’re buried under nearly two feet of snow in three days. The temperature is a whopping 2 degrees F with a wind chill of -30. The schools are closed, the churches are closed, heck, even the malls closed down the other day. And you know what? I don’t care, because I finished my edits!

Yup, sent them off yesterday, right before my cable internet failed because of the weather.

So what now, you ask? Unfortunately, well, okay fortunately, I have to get to work on the next book. I put it aside to work on edits, and now need to really get cruising on that story so I can get it turned in on time.

“Sorry, honey, I can’t shovel, I’m writing.”

Yeah, I like that. It’s got a nice ring to it.