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Archive for April, 2013

Welcome to the Beastly Birthday Blog Hop

In honour of the first birthday of Kerrianne Coombes’ novel Beauty and the Beast Demon Tales, I am participating in the Beastly Birthday Blog Hop. Kerrianne is giving away some great prizes, including a beautiful necklace. If you would like to visit the other participating author’s pages, visit Kerrianne’s blog.

On Monday, for one lucky commenter, I’ll be giving away a PDF copy of my novel The Oathbreaker’s Son.

Zoe found beauty in the ghostly being in her home despite having a hundred reasons to run for her life. Charles made her feel special, important. The only other man who had ever made her feel so loved was Mike. Conflicted between a man who could wrap warm arms around her and a dead man desperate to show her how special she really is, Zoe must get to the bottom of the real story behind the happenings in her house over a century ago. Only then will she unlock the truth about the woman and child in her mirrors and about herself.
The Oathbreaker's Son

Do you believe you could ever love a beast? Could you risk loving someone with extraordinary powers that could bring you to your knees?

Have fun!



Hump Day Hook

It’s Wednesday! Time for another Hump Day Hook. Today, a group of authors post a paragraph from either a WIP or a published novel. For a list of participating authors, please visit

I’ve only participated once with my recently completed Sci-Fi. Here is my Hump Day Hook for today, an excerpt from my novel The Oathbreaker’s Son available on or at


“Zoe, it’s Mike.” The words spilled out urgently. “Maria told me about what you found at the library. I had that article and I was afraid to show it to you.”


“There is a lot to explain. I shouldn’t do it over the phone.

“I can’t meet you right now.”

“Zoe listen to me carefully,” Mike emphasized. “You are the only one that has ever seen him. No one else has.”

“I don’t understand—”

“And he’s listening, so I can’t explain this to you now. You have to get out of that house. Please!”

Suddenly Charles charged through the wall in a gust of wind, picking Zoe up off of her feet and slamming her to the floor. Her cell phone flew out of her hand, crashing into the corner, splintering into a mess of plastic and glass.

Charles hovered over her. “He is trying to make you hate me the way Emma does.”

With her breath stripped from her lungs, she argued through quick gasps for air. “No…he doesn’t…understand.”

He leaned over her. “You are the one Miss Zoe Striking. I need you to help me free my son from the evil.” He spoke softly, but his demeanor was far from gentle.

Zoe lay shivering underneath him yet oddly, she felt sorry for him. Her conscious mind screamed at her to run, but he had claimed an important piece of her heart, anchoring her to the spot. She felt herself melting in his cold and icy embrace. She lay quietly on the floor under the cold mist of a century old ghost, until she fell asleep.


Enjoy your Wednesday and I hope you enjoyed my Hump Day Hook!


What to say?

My blog has suffered a bit while I worked through edits on my sci-fi novel, The Falleran. I shared a snippet of this book a few weeks ago and I hope you’ll take the time to search for it. Currently, with only one novel published, I find it tough to post something every week. What do I say that you haven’t heard before?

Of course I say that, but I fully intend to reengage any audience I can find to reintroduce The Oathbreaker’s Son. Part of being an author is the responsibility for marketing your product. I continue to get positive comments on the story, so I certainly hope The Falleran will get the same good reviews. Here’s hoping it will be published sometime this year.

On Wednesday April 17th, please join me back here for another little snippet of The Oathbreaker’s Son on the Hump Day Hook circuit.

Enjoy your week and weekend!