Livvy Excerpt: Chapter 1 (aka Peekytoe)

In other news, Livvy has a release date!  I will announce it as soon as the pre-order pages are up (hopefully this weekend or early this week)! *Copy is subject to change before final publication. Watercolor crab was designed by Kaazuclip on Creative Market.

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Dear Jon “Themes” Campaign

Over the next 25 days, in anticipation of my upcoming release, Dear Jon, I will be posting 30 separate “themes” that appear in the book. Most will be posted to my Instagram page and to my Facebook author page. I may include a quote relating to some of the words, if I’m feeling generous.  😉 […]

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Dear Jon Release Date!

It’s decided! Dear Jon will be released on Tuesday, August 26th! This is the third book in my Choisie series, so if you need to catch up, check out this page for info on where to buy Contessa and Olivia! Here’s a little tidbit from one of Jon’s flashbacks of… well, it was a special […]

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Dear Jon Teaser: Tattoo

Daniela at Lost in a Book Blog was given some of Dear Jon to read.  I selected her because she makes these beautiful graphics… it’s like she knows my design aesthetic better than I do!  I had hoped something I had written would inspire her, and she has been gracious enough to share a few with […]

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Dear Jon has a synopsis!

A summer with his family in Utah is all Jon Scott needs to pull himself together. It’s time to focus on his mom’s sobriety and the continuing education of his two younger brothers, Will and Max. For once, things seem to be on track with that part of his life. For the first time, he […]

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A preview of Dear Jon…

My mother digs into her purse and produces a small case with a Superman logo on it. “Clever,” I laugh.  “I bet Clark Kent had the same case.”  I put the glasses inside and secure it shut.  “If you wear these all the time, you’re gonna make yourself dizzy.  Only wear them when you need […]

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OLIVIA is on sale EARLY! Read the beginning!

CHAPTER 1  Staring beyond the crowd of family members, the horizon line of trees and stone markers becomes a blur.  People talk to one another around me, but my uncle and I stand in silence.  He moves his hand up and down my arm.  The warmth feels nice in the cool morning breeze, but I […]

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