Horse Guardian ebook collection

Horse Guardian: Books 1-4 Now Available!

I am so proud to present my newest collection, and to give a big shoutout to Kim Killion at The Killion Group for the beautiful cover design! The Horse Guardian stories are a little different from the usual juvenile horse books, and I hope that you give them a shot. When these books were published in Europe, they were called […]

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WHINNIES ON THE WIND: THE COLLECTION

NINE ebooks in ONE!!! And almost as amazing, to celebrate the release of this fabulous collection, it’s FREE on April 6 & 7 (Saturday and Sunday)! Evy can telepathically understand horses, but she’s not sure if it’s a blessing or a curse. What she is sure of: her secret “gift” seems to get her in lots of trouble! Ride along […]

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Freedom novel and script

The History of ‘FREEDOM’

FREEDOM has a history. It’s the first book I wrote. It’s the story that taught me to write; I felt so strongly about it that I rewrote it over and over and over, for years, until I learned the skills. It had almost 100 rejections before being published. It was published by three different publishers: Stabenfeldt, Scholastic, and now, Enchanted […]

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Crowd of Awesomeness

I’m not complaining. Keep that in mind as you read this. It’s just I have too many ideas for books, movies, articles, and more, and choosing which to work on seems almost impossible some days. Though it doesn’t seem like a curse, this is the bane of many writers: too many beautiful, compelling stories shouting out how engaging they are, […]

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The Hazards of Personal Mind Games

There once was a person who wanted to create stories, and so she did. Her first novel was purchased by a publisher who liked it so much they asked for more. Overjoyed, she wrote more novels for them that they also loved. Other publishers in other countries published her books as well and soon she quit her “day job” and […]

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ROAD TRIP and FREE BOOKS

So excited to be off on a new adventure in the morning. I am full of anticipation and dread, a lovely road trip combined with being the only driver for almost 8,000 km. Yikes! But hey, all things are possible, right? Before I go, I want to do a shout out about my good friend, Ev Bishop, who happens to also […]

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Fun and Mind Games

I don’t normally find myself blocked from writing, so the last couple of days have been good for me. Haha! From a certain point of view, anyway. I’m trying to write the opening of the new novel I’ve been outlining. Though I haven’t completely finished the timeline, I do think it’s time to write something. Just a modest start, and […]

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New Life

The other day, I did one of my very favorite things. I signed two contracts which will bring two of my juvenile backlist novels to three European countries. There’s nothing better than knowing a book you love will have another life, more readers, more influence, and give more pleasure to readers – unless it’s having TWO BOOKS being released! I’m […]

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Exploration

I’m open for possibilities. I’m open for choices. I always welcome new ideas. I’m always eager to learn. I’m never going to close my mind from learning. ~ Cesar Millan I have been open to the possibilities, just like Cesar. 🙂 I have a new idea! What’s more, it’s a novel idea, and not a juvenile novel either. My juvenile […]

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The Eve of a Finished Novel

There’s no feeling like it: reading over the words one last time, knowing that in a few hours our book will be sent to a waiting publisher. I feel tense as the action mounts, as the characters get deeper in trouble, as the situation becomes dire, more dangerous, more hopeless. And then, our twin heroes dig deep, and out of […]

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