If you’re a Facebook user and the “like” button over there on the upper left isn’t clicked, I’d appreciate it if you clicked it, no fooling.
Rude, arrogant, spoiled brat. These are the nicest words Lily and Nicole have for each other. No matter how the numbers are crunched, it doesn’t add up to romance.
Minimalist movie posters have been circulating on Facebook and Twitter. This is my take on the cover of my next book, Love by the Numbers. Makes sense, right? Copyrighted material.
Bella Books is shipping out the paperback version of Roller Coaster as an early holiday treat – and they’ve discounted it 25% through December 31.
With the release of Roller Coaster just a few weeks away, I’ve created an extensive excerpt featuring the prologue and some of chapter one to introduce you to Laura Izmadi and Helen Baynor — as they were when they first met and as they are now, twenty-three years later.
Val reappeared sometime later, covered in some sort of dust. “It’s going great,” she informed Jamie with a big smile.
The woman really did like knocking down a wall more than kneading bread dough. Takes all kinds, Jamie thought.
Und die anschließende Aussprache zwischen Ani und ihrer damaligen großen Liebe Eve führt zu einem neuen romantischen Tanz auf dem Eis.
We’re here and we care. You are not alone. Reach out and don’t stop reaching out until someone is holding you safe. Suicide is not the answer. Choose life. It will get better. I know. I’ve been there.
Seems to me that what we do with our hearts and bodies is why we don’t have equal civil rights
Yesterday when I got the beautiful, trim copies on that bright white paper I love and the new cover art I squealed like a 12-year old girl.
It’s your chocolate…eat it anyway you want to. Both volumes of Frosting are now available!
I also like sometimes to simply sit and look at my books, as if my shelf were a garden. Whenever I finish a project I like to take a little bit to see how my garden grows.
If you can’t find a book, please drop me a note and I’ll let you know if a reprint is due out soon. It’s my publisher’s intention to keep all my books in print, though there are periods when they’re unavailable between printings.
The excuses book pirates give are many, and they are myths. Unlike pirates of old, most book pirates don’t own their truth: they’re thieves.
Posting in English when writing about translations isn’t all that useful. What’s useful is you sharing this blog with anyone you know who reads in French, German or Spanish!
Today’s the day! Stepping Stone is releasing from Bella Books and is on its way to readers everywhere. I know some of you are on pins and needles, so here’s the first sixteen pages or so, opening with an online entry from BUZZTASTIC … a secondary “character” readers will know very well before it’s all over.
The lyrics of Stepping Stone were written by the team of Booker, Stephen Andrew, Duffy and Aimee Ann. Combined with Duffy’s haunting performance, it’s the perfect example of when one kind of art inspires another.
You would think I would have learned after book four, when I mentioned with admiration a celebrity who turned out to be a double murderer, that pop culture references are usually not essential to my kind of storytelling.