Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day to all mom's (no matter if your children have 2 or 4 legs!) My day will be a little different with this virus changing things. We would typically have gone to brunch yesterday to one of my favorite restaurants, then today we'd spend the day at my parent's (we used to split the day between my parents and my grandparents) But this year, we'll spend the day at home, sending well wishes to my mom by text and phone call, I got french toast for breakfast, and a Starbucks Iced Mocha that I have wanted since March (out of the three local ones, two are apparently closed and the remaining one is super busy). We'll order pizza for dinner (it was my choice) and I have a homemade cheesecake waiting for me for dessert. Definitely different. And some of you are still visiting your parents - and that's perfectly okay. My Mom has MS, and with my son working in the public at the grocery store, I don't feel exposing her to whatever he has been exposed to …

Happy Whatever Day it is...

How are you all doing?
Are you reading more now that the world is closed?

I have to admit that I have done nothing but grazed on ham and potatoes since Sunday. It's like I can't get enough, lol! (I am so full of potatoes...) I joked that by this weekend I might have to fast, lol, not so much a joke!

But, I have been working on my Valentine's book (that still needs a name) and I hope to have that available in 2020. And my The Renegades Legacy Trilogy Book One is with my editor! Exciting times!

I will tell you before reading The Renegades Legacy Book One, reading at least The Renegades Book 3 - Playing the Game will be helpful.

I have a bunch of new ideas for Renegades and non-Renegades books, and I hope to continue being creative during this stay at home time. Luckily it is business as usual for me, but things are different here in my house. I am still trying to keep my son focusing on his school work, and now Mr. G is working from home.
But, as long as the child has his fo…

The World is Closed...until further notice

Hi!! How are you handling this social distancing? Honestly, being TOLD I need to stay in is harder than I thought!
I always want a blizzard, where the roads are impassable and everything is shut down so no one can go anywhere. But this is nothing like that. Everything is just like normal, except we are being told to stay in. Well, even to some of us introverts, that makes us want to go out. And when I go out on a normal day, it's just to the grocery store, the Dollar General, or to get coffee at Starbucks. Or the occasional run to Sheets or Taco Bell because my son doesn't want anything that's in the house.
And I am happy sitting at home, but now the school (that is shut down per the state Governor) now shut down the cyber lessons. So my son is doing nothing but x-Box. He does cyber from home, and doesn't need a teacher unless he has a question (hello - email) so I think that is ridiculous making him take a two week break for no reason.
I'm watchin…


I am very excited to tell you that the first draft of Book One in the Renegades Legacy Trilogy - Loving the Game, has been sent off to my beta reader (my right-hand-lady)

The cover is anxiously waiting in the wings...I'm hoping to have news on a possible publish date soon. As soon as I know, you'll know - promise :)

Also, some news on book two in the Holiday Series.
Book Two is a Valentine's love story.
The name is still in the works (I have about a dozen titles I keep staring at, lol), and the same characters we grew to love in WANTED: BOYFRIEND FOR CHRISTMAS: Zane, Spencer, Lily, and Harley.
But the difference is that this book will be a solo project of mine. Mary is crazy busy, so book two will be entirely from my camp (betas, editors, proofreader, etc)
and I am very excited about it!

I will say that if you haven't read PLAYING THE GAME (Renegades Series 3), you might want to grab that before
It's a stand-alone book, but does build off of th…