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Nov.21.2012
There's an author blog hop called The Next Big Thing that's bouncing happily around the blogosphere lately. To participate, authors answer ten questions about the story they're working on and tag other authors to do the same. Talented and diverse author Nancy Holzner tagged me as well as...
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Oct.29.2012
Monsters come in many forms. There's the monstrously misshapen but initially kind creature who is turned into a real monster by humanity's intolerance. There's the beautiful, seductive monster with sinister plans or unnatural and unholy appetites. There are human monsters, man-made monsters,...
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Oct.19.2012
This just in...Dark Knowledge, the paperback! I know I'm partial, and perhaps that gargoyle on the cover has a face only a father can truly love, but I tell you, the book looks great, inside and out. I'm very pleased with the work Etopia Press did. And doesn't it look fantastic next to Struck, the...
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Jan.05.2012
    Great news! Last night I learned Above Haldis Notch was nominated for Best Horror Novel published in 2011 over at the Preditors & Editors yearly Readers' Poll. I'm still uncertain how that happened, but WooHoo!  To vote for Above Haldis Notch, visit the link...
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Dec.03.2011
Jake Webb, clearly the bad boy of Above Haldis Notch, had his own interview a couple days ago on my publisher's BLOG. Now it's my turn. I chose the high road and didn't threaten Jake in return for his "stuff my mouth" comment. I'm very happy to be Amaleen Ison's guest. She posts great...
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Oct.26.2011
Physical death is tragic, but the death of a spirit is an eternal loss. Working with Musa Publishing has been a great experience so far. The folks are polite, efficient, and talented, and the process is transparent. I love my cover. And I'm thrilled with my editor and the way Above Haldis Notch...
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May.03.2010
I'm already looking forward to participating in the Mother's Day Local Author Fair at Bookworks in Albuquerque this Sunday from 3:00 - 4:30 PM. I'll be one of five authors participating. CLICK HERE for details on the books featured. I'll be there with Struck, my paranormal thriller that's set in...
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Jan.14.2010
Mystery writer and fellow Red Room author Susan Whitfield interviewed me about my novels, what goes in them, and writing techniques. She asked some great questions. I'll let you judge my answers for yourself.  CLICK HERE to read the interview.
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Jan.08.2010
A new Struck review is posted over at The Writer's Chatroom book review blog. It was written by staff member and talented author Lisa Hazelton. Using descriptive and well-crafted prose, the author brings the reader back in time with an engaging look into the history of the Pueblo Indians. With...
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Dec.30.2009
2009 was a good year for my writing career. I was published for the first time, then the second time. I had fun at book signings, got great reviews, gave talks at local events, sold books, won an award for my service to a writers' organization, and finally my novel Struck won the New Mexico Book...