During the past three years, fairy tales have swept Hollywood by storm. Films and TV shows such as “Maleficent,” “Frozen,” “Once” and a whole host of other titles have whisked their way into theaters and thousands of living rooms across the globe. And there is no sign of this trend slowing any time soon. “Into […]
Scarlette and Seeing Red are now listed on Authorgraph! Authorgraph is a website dedicated to helping readers get personalized, signed copies of the e-books they love. Great concept and helps solve the dilemma for digital authors wanting to sign books for readers. If you’d like an autographed copy of either or both of my books, […]
It was a very huge weekend as Scarlette shot to #6 on the Amazon best seller free list and also went to #1 in teen historical fiction! This is the third time the New Adult has been on these lists, and I wanted to thank all those who helped tweet and post to spread the word […]
The Scarlette blog tour hosted by AToMR Tours has officially kicked off this week! To follow the tour, click here for the schedule, and a big thanks to the bloggers who are participating! Also, to celebrate the tour, Scarlette is being re-released this weekend and includes a new short story from the woodcutter, Francois’, perspective along with a […]
Just some quick news. Scarlette will be offered to download for free on Christmas day and the day after (26th) on Amazon for Kindle. So, click here to download and unleash the creep-fest! I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and happy reading!
Hello, awesome fans of the beastly kind. My dark YA fairy tale retelling Scarlette officially released today! And as a free gift to awesometastic readers, I’m giving away Scarlette for FREE this weekend on Sunday, November 4th. What’s this YA paranormal book about, you may be wondering? Glad you asked: Scarlette, an 18-year-old peasant, lives […]
Aspiring author Dorothy Dreyer just interviewed me over on her blog We Do Write. In this tell all, I discuss the power of the dark side of “Little Red Riding Hood,” The Beast of Gévaudan, French history, oh, and time machines: Click here to read the interview
That was the question that started it all. Back in January of 2010, I was very ill and knew I was going to be spending some hard time in bed and on the couch. I needed some type of artistic distraction besides writing to keep me sane, so I looked into finding cross-stitch patterns. After […]