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Check it out! Love and Devotion is up on Amazon! Goes on sale in June. Go ahead, click the link. See how cool I am!
KC, the main character in Love & Devotion, is kind of a dumbass. At the onset of the story, she's having an affair with a woman who is both married and old enough to be her mother. That's a painful proposition no matter how you slice it. Song #4 is Stay by Sugarland.
I added a new fitness blog so I can track my daily intake and output of calories. Okay, I won't be that stringent, but I will track my workouts and my food intake. Anyway...if you're interested in checking that out, go HERE. Or click on the button at the top that says "Jove's Blogs" from … Continue reading New Fitness Blog
Here's a bit of shameless promotion. I did an interview with David-Matthew Barnes on his web based radio show, People You Should Know (PYSK). It's available now as a podcast. We talk a little about my writing process in general, and then about my new novel, Love & Devotion, which is due out in June … Continue reading Interview at PYSK
I'm trying something a little different this year. The Romance Reviews is a review website that focuses on, you guessed it, reviewing romance books. Here's the twisty part for me. Their primary audience is straight women, and I write lesbian romance. Still, when the opportunity came up to participate in their Year End Splash, I … Continue reading The Romance Reviews Year End Splash
I did an interview on Cocktail Hour a while back. During that interview, we talked about a lot of things, including a book giveaway for Indelible. Liz McMullen, the interviewer, and I, the interviewee, agreed to have a themed contest where people emailed her photos of their tattoos and explained why it's special. My job … Continue reading Cocktail Hour, Tattoos, and Free Books
This time of year I hear most folks talking about how much they love autumn. The air is crisper, the leaves are changing colors, a lot of vegetables and fruits are being harvested. They feel energized and alive, excited about the change. Fall has the opposite effect on me. We live in an area where … Continue reading Daylight Savings