Reviews are huge for an author. They provide encouragement on those days when you wonder if all the time you put into writing is really worth it. They nudge new readers to give… Continue reading
When I started work on The Spider and the Sparrow, I began a ton of research about World War One. I enjoyed learning new things and gained a better understanding of what the… Continue reading
#booktrek16 begins today!
The amazingly talented Stephanie Lacy, my publisher’s public relations and marketing manager, created several memes about my newest novel, The Spider and the Sparrow. I wanted to share them here:
Two #giveaways for my new #WW1 novel, The Spider and the Sparrow.
It’s March, and several of my friends have some fun March Madness activities on their blogs. Today I’m posting about March Cover Madness at Ranee’ S. Clark’s blog. (Tomorow I’ll post about March… Continue reading
This week my brand-new novel is going on blog tour! As an author, I look forward to hearing what readers think about my book, so I love blog tours. Here’s the schedule: Monday,… Continue reading
My fifth novel is now available in paperback, ebook, and audio book formats. It’s in stock at most LDS book stores and online at Amazon, Seagull Book, and Deseret Book. (Some of the… Continue reading
One of my favorite things about being an author is the chance I have to interact with readers. I was flattered when Erin at Flashlight Commentary asked me to do an interview with… Continue reading
As promised, here’s an update on my next book! On Tuesday I sent my fifth novel to my publisher. I don’t have a release date or a title yet, but I’m excited that… Continue reading
I thought I’d write a quick post with a few updates. My next book, The Rules in Rome, is tentatively scheduled for a February 2015 release . . . which means it’s coming out… Continue reading