What’s Going On

  • The music pounded in Jamie Winston’s blood as she walked up the steps to the frat house, feeling as out of place among the milling bodies as she felt in front of the journalism class where she was the teaching assistant. Like a fraud. She’d never been to a frat party in her life, just […]

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  • Autumn “That’s it, ladies. I’m done with bad boys,” I declare, holding up my drink like I’m holding up my hand to swear on a bible. “They aren’t good for anything but breaking my heart.” And I should know. I’ve had a lot of experience.with broken hearts. But I cannot resist the bad boys. Something […]

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  • Haven Reynolds came to a complete stop at the bottom of the stone stairs of the Texas Hill Country Inn the wedding party had reserved for the weekend. Her blood froze. Oh, hell no. Eric Viera stood at the check-in desk across the limestone-walled lobby from her, his pose casual, his black leather duffel at […]

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  • Chelsea I show my bracelet to the guy at the door of Club Angel and he gives me a nod, so I slide through the crowd and march to the couch where I’d been sitting earlier with my friends. I don’t know what I expect to find, my friend Maya sitting there forlornly, waiting for […]

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  • Nathaniel Reis walked out of the hangar and tossed aside the chamois cloth as he watched the blonde cross the asphalt, her stride confident despite the uneven pavement and her ridiculous high heels. Despite the business suit that hugged her figure and showed off those amazing legs, despite the knotted blonde hair, he could see […]

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  • Maya I swear, who invented these torture devices? The music from the club is thumping through the walls of the club, and even the restroom is packed with bodies. I don’t wait to get into a stall. Once the door swings shut behind me, I reach into the top of my dress and yank off […]

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  • 2014 in review

    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 43 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]

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  • New Covers!

    I’ve updated the covers on three of my early novellas. What do you think?

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  • “Only one room?” Jennifer repeated, and looked up at Chris, wondering what to do next. This motel was so close to the hospital. “Where’s another motel?” “We’ll take it,” Chris said, leaning past her and dropping his own credit card on the counter. She made an unintelligible sound of protest. He leaned one elbow on […]

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  • Ever wonder what happens to Jason from Standing on the Line? Well, this isn’t his story, but it takes the next step. It’s the story of his sister and best friend. Clearly I love working on those. 99 cents at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Google Play. Waiting (impatiently) for Kobo and Apple! Jennifer Hoyt […]

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