Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year's Eve 2010!

Here's wishing a safe and happy New Year's Eve to all. We're going out to a favorite restaurant tonight, then home to watch a move and toast in 2011 from the safety of our living room couch. It's unpleasantly cold here in southeastern Arizona, so we're hiding from both the temperature and the too-much-merrymakers.

What's everyone else doing? I expect full reports in the Comments section. Chop chop!

Saturday, December 25, 2010


I hope everyone had as fantastic a Christmas as I did, surrounded by family and lots of laughter. Santa was overly kind to me this year, and he spread his cheer outward to others as well. Have a great rest of the day. :0)

Sunday, December 19, 2010

So close...

The Husband returned from his business trip to Tacoma, Washington with a lovely little hitchhiker... the flu. He's better now but Saturday was a pretty miserable day for him. Here's hoping that hitchhiker didn't hop my way; if it did, incubation puts it right at... why... Christmas! ::ulp::

On a more hopeful note, if anyone out there has read HIGHBORN and can spare a few minutes, I'd super-appreciate it if you'd post a review on Amazon. Nothing lengthy or agonizingly in-depth necessary-- just a few lines about whether (or not) you liked it. It's the reviews that will pop it back into noticeability, and right now it sure needs that because it's slipping in the ranks. The Kindle version seems to be holding its own, but the paperback sales could use a boost.

Thanks much, and hey... got your holiday shopping completed yet? :0)

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Saturday Saturday Saturday!!!

Yes, another signing at Barnes and Noble. This time come on down to the Broadway store in Tucson at 2:00 p.m. The event listing is right here. It's all part of my grand plan to saturate the world with my books. I WILL PREVAIL!!!

Thursday, December 02, 2010


In the Tucson, Arizona area on Saturday for holiday shopping? Excellent-- stop by and see me at the Foothills Mall Barnes & Noble -- -- at 2:00 p.m. Remember, personally autographed books make awesome (and affordable) holiday gifts!

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