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Friday, February 3, 2017





Here's a snippet from the first book in the series. 

DAN ALEXANDER, PITCHER - book 1

 In New York City, Dan Alexander, star pitcher for the New York Nighthawks, finished his vodka tonic in The Hideout, his favorite club in Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan. Valerie Downs tossed her blonde hair and trained her brown eyes on him. The next step was taking her back to his spacious, Riverside Drive apartment and screwing her brains out.
His shifted his weight, put his glass on the bar, and stared at his hands. Not happening tonight. It wasn’t as if he didn’t enjoy the sex, but she insisted on staying the night. And the next morning, babbled on and on about her job in advertising and who was fucking whom, professionally and personally. He didn’t like her constant complaints, and he hated gossip. Growing up with three older sisters, he’d had enough gossip by the time he was twelve to last a lifetime.
So, regardless of her curves and ability to deliver a mind-numbing blow job, Valerie was growing old.
“Let’s blow this joint. Get it? Blow?” She laughed at her own joke.
“Yeah, uh. I get it. But not tonight. I’ve got an early practice tomorrow.”
“You’re not pitching ’til Monday.”
“I know. But practice starts tomorrow at nine.”
She made a face, pulling her mouth down in a most unattractive way. He helped her on with her coat and shrugged into his leather jacket. Then, he slipped fifty bucks into her hand.
“I’m putting you in a taxi.”
“Sometimes you’re a real dud, you know that?”
“Yeah, yeah. I’m sorry. Just not happening tonight.” He flagged down a cab and helped her in. Her mile-high heels almost tripped her up. He wondered how women walked in those things. And they all wore them. He stood for a moment, watching people coming and going from The Hideout. The women all looked the same. The men too. He smiled. Yes, he was dressed like the other guys.

“Buncha lemmings,” he muttered, as he whistled for another vehicle for himself.

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Saturday, January 7, 2017


FAST FACTS ABOUT TULIPS

Because it's nasty outside -- cold, snowy and gray, I've chosen to post fast facts about tulips, along with pictures I snapped in warmer weather. I've included more than 5 facts, since I have so many pictures! 

Hopefully this will take you away from a frigid Saturday into the bright sunshine...


1. There are over 150 species of tulip.









2. Tulips are part of the lily family. 











3. Tulips only bloom for 3-7 days in the spring. 







4. Tulips come in almost any color
















5. To some, tulips blooming means spring has arrived! 




6. Tulips used to be an expensive flower, but no more. 













7. The best time to plant tulips is in the fall, so that the bulbs can take root before the winter freezes the ground.








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Wednesday, January 4, 2017



Happy 2017! 

Here's a word search puzzle, using the names of the characters from my football romance books in the FIRST & TEN series. Print it out and enjoy! 


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Sunday, January 1, 2017

LATEST NEWS! Matt Jackson, Catcher #romance #baseball #sportsromance


The publishing of my series, Bottom of the Ninth, baseball romance, continues with the new release of book 2, MATT JACKSON, CATCHER.

A bit about the book:


Matt Jackson, clutch hitter, fielder extraordinaire, and team captain, is dynamite on the baseball field, but a loser with women. Or is he? He makes a show of coming on to chicks in bars, but always strikes out. Convinced being dateless is safer, Matt keeps his distance from women. Is he simply an insensitive chauvinist, or a crafty man hiding a secret?
Everything he believes in is challenged the day he walks in on a beautiful woman in the locker room. Dusty, the sharp-tongued spitfire, cuts the all-star pro down to size. Unwilling to accept second-class status, she challenges everything he knows about women.

Does a solo life make living with emotional pain easier? Drawn to the stunning, talented woman, Matt has a long way to go to win her trust. Getting close to Dusty is dangerous. Can he risk his well-protected heart? Matt faces a difficult choice -- will he make the right decision?


How about a little taste from the book? 

February, Sandy Key, Florida

Depressed after losing the World Series, Matt needed sunshine, which was in short supply in February in New York. In the weeks before spring training started, he’d agreed to head up a two-week camp for underprivileged kids. Matt wouldn’t be doing it alone, some joker, named Dusty Carmichael, from professional softball would partner with him.
The catcher sniffed. This asshole, Carmichael, was a pitcher. How good could he be playing men’s softball? The guy’s probably a fucking amateur and doesn’t know shit about baseball. It annoyed him to think he’d be running the show with little help from someone who didn’t know crap and was getting paid a bundle. He shook his head. Why did he always get stuck with the losers?
The more he thought about it, the more annoyed he got. He shouldered his equipment bag and headed for the locker room. He stopped at the stadium entrance and flashed his credentials to the security guard.
“That guy Carmichael here yet?”
“Yeah, but—”
Matt waved him away and continued on. At least the sun was shining. It was seventy-three degrees—perfect weather for baseball. Sure beat the twenty degree, cloudy day he’d left in New York the morning before. Arriving an hour ahead of time, he whistled as he strolled along. Matt had a thing about being late and showed up early to most everything.
He waved at the janitor as he pushed open the locker room door.
“You can’t…”
But Matt didn’t hear the rest. He looked up to see beautiful, long auburn locks hanging down from the head of a woman, who was dressed only in panties. She was bending over, brushing her hair, so he couldn’t see her face, and she couldn’t see him. At the click of the door closing, she snapped up straight, whipping her tresses back, so that they fell down her back and revealed the most gorgeous breasts he’d ever seen.
Her eyes widened. “Get out! Get out!”
Matt froze, his gaze locked on her chest before he realized what he was doing. He covered his eyes with his hand and backed toward the exit. “I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I didn’t know there was a woman in here.”
“Big fat lie, asshole. Get out!”
He peeked through his fingers, but the previous view was covered by her bare arms. He still managed to take in a middle with some ab definition and long, slender legs. Her white panties were almost see-through. Almost.
“Get out!”
With one hand, she rifled a gym bag at him, scoring a direct hit. Reaching behind his back, he found the door handle and was in the hall in a flash. Heat ran up his chest, to his neck and his face. The woman was stunning. He didn’t know if his flush was from sexual excitement or embarrassment. Maybe both.

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FIVE FAST FACTS ABOUT NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS


If you're looking for the free read, The House-Sitter's Christmas, has been taken down. Look for it to appear as a novella soon. 

Let's start fresh with a look at New Year's Resolutions:


1. The Romans made promises at the start of each year to their god, Janus, namesake for the month of January.

2. The idea of New Year's resolutions ties into religious practices, too. Lent, the Jewish High Holy Days, Christian Watch Night services and Christmas, itself, involve reflection, repentance, plans to do better. Or as we know it, New Year's resolutions. 

3. After the Great Depression, about 25% of Americans made New Year's Resolutions. That number has risen to over 50% today.

4. Almost half of the people making resolutions were as likely to succeed in achieving their goals as those who didn't.

5. A 2007 study showed that about 88% of those who make resolutions fail. But, hey! What about the 12% who succeed? 
Do you makes resolutions? I do. Just one and I keep it a secret.

Popular New Year's Resolutions:

  • Live heathly - eat right, lose weight, exercise.
  • Give up smoking, nail biting and other bad habits.
  • Be more positive - enjoy life more.
  • Get out of debt.
  • Donate money to the poor.
  • Make new friends.
  • Work harder at the job.
  • Read more.
  • Become more organized.
  • Get off of social media.
  • Spend more time with family.
Do any of these sound like you?



Start off the new year with a yummy romance, like these two:


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