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Monday, March 14, 2011


When you work every day yo don't have the down of a Monday or the relief of a Friday. I write every day, not just because I think I should but because I want to. No matter what's going wrong with the world, when I'm writing, I'm in my little world and nothing there goes wrong I can't fix eventually. Nothing goes wrong there that won't end happily. It's often a relief from the disasters of the real world, tsunamis, nuclear problems, friends who aren't friends, unhelpful criticism and worries about kids.

So come with me into my world of make-believe, happy endings, boy loves girl, girl loves boy...both eventually and make your Monday a happy day. Hope your day has been better than it started.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday for "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"

“You’re running away, Miss?” Harry, the butler, asked her.
“Yes, I am. I’ve had enough. Thank you for all your kindness
over the past five years. You helped to make unbearable times
better,” she said, warmly, shaking his hand.
Harry, a non-descript, plump, fifty-year-old man blushed,
putting color in his sallow cheeks.
“Don’t know what’s wrong with Mr. White. When he has you
here, why would he…? Well, it’s not for me to understand, I guess.
But I wouldn’t be doin’ that if I were him.”

These are the first six sentences of my newest sweet contemporary romance called "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights". It is available on my pubisher's website:, for only $3.99 and for only $.99, on sale today and tomorrow, on for Kindle, plus a few other locations.

Link to buy the book from publisher
 Link to $.99 offer at
Link to buy for Nook

Hope you want to read it!