Showing posts with label teen fiction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label teen fiction. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 18, 2013


The TO KISS A WEREWOLF blog tour is currently going on! Check out the reviews, guest posts, interviews and more:

THeDecember 16 Spotlight
Booker Like a Hooker
December 16 Spotlight
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!

December 17 Guest blog
Fang-tastic Books

December 18 Interview
Mom With A Kindle

December 19 Spotlight
Night Owl Reviews
December 19 Spotlight
Book Suburbia

December 20 Spotlight and review
Penny For Them...

December 23 Guest Post
Mythical Books

December 23 review
Painted Words

December 26 Spotlight
Queen of All She Reads 

December 27 Guest blog and review
Nyxx's Nook

December 27 Spotlight
Share My Destiny

December 30 review
Sapphyria's Book Reviews

December 30 review
Musings From An Addicted Reader

December 31 Spotlight
Fantasy Book Lane

December 31 review
Who's Review – 

December 31 review
My Tangled Skeins Book Reviews
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Saturday, November 30, 2013

New Release! BeSwitched in Time

Woohoo! It's been a long time coming (feels like it, anyway). I'm so excited to release the 4th and final installment of the BeSwitched series. So far it's in e-format on In the next few days it will be in other online stores as well.

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You can buy it by visiting the link below:

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Idaho Book Extravaganza Author Award

Hey there. Yep, that's me, with the Scooby-Doo grin. I'm just popping in to show you the very first trophy I ever won! I was awarded it just a couple weeks ago from The Idaho Book Extravaganza Author Awards. Wee-hee!

Anyway, the awards ceremony was lots of fun. I am very thankful for the experience.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Cover Reveal Sign-Up. Fallen Angel

I will be holding my VERY FIRST Cover Reveal event!

And--woo!--this cover makes my heart flutter :0)

It's for a book with an angelic twist. And I have been looking far and wide for any story that is anything close to Fallen Angel, and all I find are dark or gritty supernatural books. On the contrary, my book will be frothy, fun, funny--basically, a chick lit romance for teens! And I am SUPER excited for its release.


Teen angel, Persephone, is the only one in all of Heaven who can't sing. In fact, her name literally means "Voice of Destruction." So diving down one of Heaven's portals, straight into singer Taylor Hamilton’s bedroom, seems like a good idea at the time. Maybe, just maybe, he can help. Plus, he is sooo cute!

While it can be fun swooning over a mortal, it can also be frustrating. Angels aren't supposed to fall for mortals. Then there's Taylor's guardian angel, who is ready to sabotage the budding romance at every turn. Will Persephone learn to sing before Heaven calls her back? And, most importantly, can love prevail for an angel who has fallen head-over-wings for a mortal?

Here is just a peek-a-boo into Fallen Angel:

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Interview with "I Am a Reader, Not a Writer" blogger & book reviewer, Kathy

I had the pleasure of interviewing successful blogger and book reviewer from "I Am a Reader, Not a Writer," Kathy! Many thanks to her for this opportunity. It was fun to switch the tables on her, as she has interviewed me and many others!

How long have you been blogging and what inspired you to start in the first place?
June 14th will be the 2 year anniversary of my book blog. I've had a family blog for nearly 5 years. I was reading a lot and wanted to be able to sign up for ARC tours so I could read books before they come out. That motivated me to begin a book blog.

What are some tips for balancing duties as a busy social networker and a busy mother? (This is something I have struggled with.)
I wish I had a great answer. Balance is not something I'm very good at. I tend to spend too much time doing one thing then I'm always trying to catch up with the other things.

Clean reads are very important to you (and me), especially clean romances. How hard is it to find really great clean romance reads for an avid reader such as yourself?
It has become really hard. Years ago I started reading Young Adult books because they were typically clean. That is no longer the case. I wish books had content warnings like movies do.

There are a few authors I trust and always read and then I go by recommendations from friends & blogs who also read clean books. I've come to learn who has similar taste in books and I read what they read.

What is the most fulfilling part of being a book blogger?
I love helping new authors and bloggers.

Do you have any pet peeves when it comes to the blogging community of readers or authors or both?
I'm pretty easy going and it's tough to ruffle my feathers. I'm pretty isolated and try really hard not to judge others. I don't have the chance to visit as many blogs as I wish I could so I usually don't know about any of the "drama" until it is long past.

Do you ever take a chance on reading self published works? What determines if you do?
I do. One of my all time favorite authors self publishes. I don't pay much attention to who publishes a book but I do judge books by their covers and book summaries as well as by their first page. It has to grab my attention or I pick up something else.

How did you get nearly 8000 followers and continue to grow?
Honestly I have no idea. I love reading, I love sharing great books and I love helping people. That combination seems to work well.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012


I am so excited to prepare for "The Royally BeSwitched Blog Tour" that will kick off June 15th at Buried in Books. I've already got quite a few blogs signing up. This will celebrate the 3rd book in my series,Royally BeSwitched

(of course), and it is my FAVORITE. It goes back to the 1700s, delving into Jax's family history. Surla, the cat, also has an amazing, life-changing adventure with him,her human crush. The story won't go without Surla switching lives with another lonely soul, per "The Black Cats' Curse"; this time with a poor, maidservant. Ah, so fun :-)