Category Archive: Elsewhere Online

Star-Spangled Summer Adventure

If you look hard enough, you can always find an anniversary for an interesting historical event, but 2014 seems to be full of special dates. We just commemorated the 70th anniversary of D-day,… Continue reading

A Few More Deadly Alliance Items

I can’t believe it’s already May 10th. The last month and a half have been busy for me. My children no longer take naps, and quiet time isn’t very long, so I’ve decided… Continue reading

Why Repetition Can Make Your Book Better

Today I’m posting over at author Rebecca Belliston’s blog as part of her annual March Book Madness series. I’ve written about circularity and repetition in books and movies, and included a small sneak peak of… Continue reading

A Post about Book Covers

Last Friday my next book, Deadly Alliance, went to the printer. It has front-cover artwork, a back-cover blurb, and it’s been through an editor, a copyeditor, and several proofreaders. I hope that means… Continue reading

Happy Memorial Day and some Sworn Enemy Links

Memorial Day I know it’s not Memorial Day yet, but the weekend is about to start, and I expect most people won’t be at their computers on Monday, so I wanted to post… Continue reading

March Madness: Creating Flawed (but likeable) Characters

No, I’m not writing about basketball (sorry). I’m writing about writing, over at a friend’s blog. I hope you’ll take a moment to visit her site. All month she’s been having other writers… Continue reading

Interview and a book giveaway

Today Linda Weaver Clarke is posting an interview with me on her blog! She’s also hosting a giveaway for a copy of Espionage, so if you haven’t read it yet, or if you think someone… Continue reading

Interview

Today Joan Sowards is featuring me on her blog! You can read a little about my writing and the story of why I don’t like deviled eggs.

Deseret News Review

The Deseret News reviewed my book this past weekend. You can read the review here. It’s a very positive review, which of course makes me happy. And I’ll apologize now to any readers… Continue reading

A review, an interview, and some book signings

Author Jennie Hansen reviewed Espionage today on Meridian Magazine. She doesn’t always like the books she reviews, so I’m excited that she liked mine. Here’s the link: Meridian Magazine. I also exchanged interviews… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 11

Today is the final day of the blog tour, with a review over at The Book Bug. Thank you for following me for part or all of the tour! If you’ve missed any… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 10

Today’s blog tour includes two reviews. Both are written by Sheila of LDS Women’s Book Review. You can read her thoughts on her blog, Why Not? Because I Said So!, or on LDS… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 9

Today’s stop is a review, interview, and giveaway at Bonnie Gets a Say.  There are currently four giveaways for the book: The Book Bug; I Am A Reader, Not A Writer; Getting Your… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 8

Today’s stop is a review on Books For Me. It’s one of those reviews that makes me want to do a happy dance!

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 7

Getting Your Read On is today’s stop on the tour.  Aimee has posted a review and is hosting a giveaway (yep, another chance to win a free copy!).

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 6

Today’s blog tour stop is a review by Bookworm Lisa. You can read her thoughts here. (She rates it 4/5 stars.) If you’re looking for your next great read, spend some time at her site and… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 5

Today’s tour stop is an interview at The Book Bug. You can read all about how I’m not very good at riding my bike or writing in chronological order or coming up with… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 4

Today’s tour stop is an interview and a book giveaway on I Am A Reader, Not a Writer. You can read all about why I’d like to have some terrorists over for dinner,… Continue reading

I Love My Hometown Newspaper

I’ve lived in Utah more often than not the last thirteen years, but I still call Moses Lake, Washington my hometown. Many places in Moses Lake are full of memories, especially the high school, the… Continue reading

Espionage Blog Tour, Day 3

Day three’s stop is back at The Book Bug. It’s a guest post by me about deeper meaning in Espionage and in the opera Carmen. While you’re there, you can enter a contest… Continue reading