Tag Archives: Paranormal romance

Scope for the imagination

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A large part of my inspiration for Mercy came from an archaeological site called Chavín de Huantar. It’s a pre-Incan site. The people who constructed it believed that their priests could actually turn into jaguars. They built a canal system beneath their Temple that was designed to make the sound of a roaring jaguar as […]

So….I wrote a book

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Mercy is my debut novel and before Carina accepted it, no one outside of my immediate family even knew I was writing a book. My extended family is large, loud, and a little bit wild. Not many of them are big into romance and I wasn’t sure exactly what they’d think. My grandmother, who likes […]

Caterwauling on Cloud 9

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If you’ve ever had reality exceed your dreams, then you’ll know how I’m feeling now. I’m dancing around Cloud 9 singing in an unmelodious but loud voice. I can’t believe I’m lucky enough to be part of Carina Press–and I nearly missed out when Internet gremlins swallowed my submission of The Price of Freedom. Thank heavens I was […]

Werewolves, Demons and Dragons…OH MY!

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What is it about the paranormal that tempts so many readers (myself included)?  Over the past 6 years I’ve been writing, the most common question I hear is, “Why paranormal?” My usual answer is; I write what I love. Of course there are plenty of normal things I love too, but all those, I can […]

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