Category: "Excerpts"

Dan sat with his back to the headboard, watching Anna wake slowly, surfacing through the darkness of her dreams into the light of the bedroom. He always loved watching her wake in the morning. Sleepy-eyed, with flushed cheeks and a confused look like she didn’t know where she was waking up or why. She’d moved […]

Yesterday you had Chance Numero Uno to enter for a chance to win a PDF copy of my November release, No Mistletoe Required. I know, right? Advance Reader Copy? Who doesn’t love feeling special and getting something ahead of the pack? Now today is your second chance! Are you ready? Answer today’s question in the […]

With the Olympics on every night (and my family watching religiously) I thought I’d post an excerpt from The Game of Love that’s sports-related. Sort of… 😉 _____________________ Brett watched afternoon practice from the top of the stadium’s concrete bleachers. He could see every hole in the defense, every missed opportunity from the offense. The […]

After the awesome Q&A with Emmanuelle yesterday on the blog, and the short Twitter time we had, today we’re going for the really serious stuff…the agent critique! One lucky winner will receive a 1 chapter critique to not exceed 7,000 words. Upon receiving the chapter, Emmanuelle will bounce the critique back to you in approximately […]

Here are all the stops I’ll be making on the blog tour for The Officer Says “I Do!” Check back to see if you’ve missed any, since each blog post should have a new, unique blog and a fresh excerpt. Plus, many of the stops along the way have giveaways! Free books are always fun, […]

On Limecello’s blog, there’s an on-going drive to raise both awareness and funds for Save the Children…a fantastic organization. HERE is the original post. It’s still going on, all you have to do is comment on the blog post to help out. And as promised, I said I would post a video excerpt of my […]

Limecello, a blogger and lovely individual, has started something pretty big on her blog. A cause near and dear to her own heart, Save the Children, is being highlighted in her 2011 Social Good drive. She’s got a great list of contributors willing to donate cash and prizes if the blog post gets to a […]

Every good coach has a playbook that they reference. Personal tricks, tried-and-true winners, and everything in between. And my hero and heroine are both coaches as well as athletes. So I decided that The Game of Love needed a playbook of its own! What’s in this playbook? Some of my favorite snippets and quotes from […]