What’s new? I’m not sure where to begin, but I want to thank everyone who’s been asking! I’ve been a closet-author for so long, public inquiries are tricky for me.
Regarding my work, my debut romantic suspense, Black Creek Burning, is out and working its way on the charts.
After witnessing the murder of her parents, an aloof teacher and landscape designer finds more than she bargains for in her new neighbor, a clever wood working artist who’s determined to win her over and find the killer.
This getting started in the publishing world thing is nuts. What a ride! I’ve made it into the top 5 out of 700 Goodreads New Authors to Read, had the honor of serving as a guest on USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog and am starting a review blog tour next week. The Black Creek Burning book trailer is nearing 1,000 hits, I sold over 150 books at my first signing, and I have a signed print book giveaway going on through Goodreads until December 31st. How did this happen? I’m incredibly humbled.
Book two in the Black Creek Trilogy, To Fly in Shadows, is tentatively to be released on February 1st.
Can a lifelong need for one another be enough to allow a conservation biologist and a building developer to find compromise as their different beliefs and her violent past work to rip them apart?
This novel is ready to be sent to the formatters and book cover artist. The book trailer photo shoot was amazing. The superintendent at our local zoo allowed my model in the eagle and hawk exhibits and to hold an amazingly beautiful barn owl on her arm. How perfect for the main character’s role of conservation biologist.
Currently, I am working on book three and still have a tentative release of July 1st for Dark Vengeance.
A Hollywood artist spends much of his life reliving the night his beloved aunt was nearly murdered. The night he was used as bait. Now the assailant is free and a whole new line of twists begin…tw
On a more personal note, I’m learning how to juggle writing and publishing. For years it was just writing. The addition of publishing is quite a ride. Blog tours, social networking, supporting fellow authors…the list truly goes on. Oh yes, I have a family! LOL I’m traveling all over the Midwest watching my three sons compete at their swim meets. (always with my laptop on board) Recently, we took a ski trip to Colorado. A dislocated rib, influenza and bronchitis couldn’t keep the Wolfe’s boys down! We had a blast.
I can’t thank you enough for your constant support. I appreciate the reviews, the times you share about my trilogy and for reading my novels!