Monthly Archives: January 2012

Checking In


Have been ignoring this little blog again. Sorry. So much going on. I’m about to fall off the planet I’m so busy. I don’t like feeling like I’m in the ocean and each time I get out from the undertow and almost catch my breath, along comes another wave to knock me down and try to drown me. Hopefully, the drama will stop soon. The really crazy thing is, all the drama is from outside sources, not me.

My frustration level is super high and it’s all I can do not to lash out at the people driving me over the edge. It’s all from a voluntary organization, too. When that crap happened in the last one I was in, I left. When it’s not fun anymore, I pack my bags. As of today, the bags are out of the attic and standing by to be loaded for my goodbye trip.


Another Anthology Recommendation


Whortleberry Press has released its Valentine’s Day Anthology last week. The stories are all Sci-Fi, fantasy or horror. I have a story in it called My Celluloid Valentine and it’s a paranormal fantasy (or is it?). You’ll have to read it to find out if it’s a fantasy or the truth. It was one that came to me whole and practically wrote itself. I love it when that happens.

New Winter-Themed Anthology Out Today


Today is the release day for a new Anthology from Still Moments Publishing. There are four romance stories that are related to being snowed in. The cover of this book is pretty spectacular to me.

I hope you’ll pick up a copy for reading in front of your own fire on a cold winter day. A cup of cocoa, a cozy chair and a warm blanket will be all you need to add to escape on a few romantic adventures.

Jillian is guest blogging here and talking about the inspiration for her story