Heather’s Real-Life Haunted House

Posted Oct 27 2018

I’m an only child, and my parents divorced when I was nine. My dad moved to Virginia. He loved, and still loves, “fixer uppers” which is why he bought an abandoned house. I first came to see “the mansion” when I was twelve years old. The grass around the two-story, slate-roofed house stood to my […]

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The Haunting of Kisimul Castle

Posted Oct 10 2017

This is a continuation story that takes place at the end of my book, THE WOLF OF KISIMUL CASTLE. This serial, originally posted in parts on my Facebook Author page through October 2017, serves as an epilogue to the original book since my brawny hero may have some internal issues still to resolve. I’ve tried […]

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DIY Tiny Books

Posted Aug 12 2017

What is it about tiny things that captures our attention? From miniature figurines to tiny houses, small items, especially those with precise details, make many people stop and smile. As I was searching for swag ideas, I came across tiny books. Someone was taking well-known books (the classics and some colorful children’s books) and creating […]

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Booklet Templates

Posted Oct 19 2015 in

These are templates to make booklets to hand out as author swag. They can contain images, excerpts, blurbs, anything you’d like. Booklets can be made for recipes, kiss scenes, short play scripts – the options are endless! Even though I have page numbers in each document, they don’t always transfer when I list them in […]

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Put a Little Love in Your Valentine’s Day!

Posted Feb 12 2015

As writers of romance, some might think that we have St. Valentine’s Day all planned out and perfected. Rose petals and candles, sentimental handmade cards exchanged while we listen to memory-filled songs from a specially created playlist. Sexy lingerie and of course steamy ruby-colored stilettos. After all, we have “written the book” (or many books) […]

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Magical Oreo Ball Recipe

Posted Dec 4 2014

For those of you who have tried these bite-sized bits of heaven, you know why I call them magical. Delicious and not too hard to make. These balls have won my neighborhood cookie exchange for the last 3 years. I’ve decided to bring them this year but not enter them as it just isn’t fair […]

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Zombies, Witches and Princesses Oh My!

Posted Oct 18 2014

I’m a dresser-upper. Not in sophisticated jackets with heels and a stylish clutch. I’m talking about costumes. Since I was a little kid I’ve donned the clothes of characters. From a pilgrim on Thanksgiving to a decked out green kid going to school on St. Patrick’s Day, I dressed up whenever I could get away […]

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How I Write

Posted Apr 28 2014 in ,

I’m very excited to participate in this fun blog tour where each author tells the secrets of how they do what they do. Every writer has their own writing process. Like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike.  Keep reading to see how I create my magic and then three of my writer friends will do […]

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Finding A Tiny Gem – Mini Writers/Readers Conferences

Posted Mar 12 2014

  Have you ever attended a small writers/readers conference? I used to think that I had been to several. Compared to the over two-thousand attendees at the National Romance Writers of America conference, the Georgia Romance Writer’s fabulous Moonlight and Magnolia conference seemed intimate at three-hundred attendees. But this past weekend I attended the Tasty […]

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How to Write in the Snow – Being Productive when Mother Nature is Against You!

Posted Feb 19 2014 in , ,

How do you write in the snow? Bundle up and wrap your computer in plastic. I am almost to the point of doing just that in order to get in my words for the day. You see – I have three kids and I live where we rarely have snow and ice. So a few […]

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