The New Paranormal Suspense Covers

I finished the following covers for my upcoming novels today: Midnight Rain I See You Last Girl Dancing Night Echoes Because of a bit of a financial bump, I’m pushing hard to get all the backlist up in the next couple of months. To my amazement (because I thought exactly the opposite), I think the suspense novels are going to … Continue reading →

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Onyx Synopsis Out the Door

While I’m damned wary about hoping too much, considering the way these things have gone the past eleven times … well, I’m an optimist. And I really like this project. It brings in Brig from MIDNIGHT RAIN as the hero, and an EMT-Paramedic named Dia as the heroine, and a gift-leaving stalker, and alligators in a canal in dicy, grim … Continue reading →

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Okay — NOW It’s Going Well

Hot damn — a couple of the weird little pictures from yesterday’s brainstorming session just clicked in a very big way, and words are flying. I’m finding Dia’s stalker fascinating — he’s a product of his times, his education, and his passions, and he has some weird damned quirks … but they aren’t weird for him. For him, they make … Continue reading →

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“Reports of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated”

Quote from Twain. Some numbers from Midnight Rain. ‘Cause you know I was to the point of reinventing myself because of my fear of the numbers on Midnight Rain, and the fact that I’d heard it hadn’t done as well as everyone hoped. How well did it do? In its first reporting period, it earned out its own $25,000 advance … Continue reading →

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Amazon/ WalMart

Fascinating discussion here about the difference between Amazon numbers and WalMart numbers. Link via Alison Kent As someone who, for the first time in my career, has (with my debut into suspense) landed a couple of titles on WalMart shelves, I’m more than a bit interested in what effect this will really have on my sales. Won’t see even first … Continue reading →

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Nominee: Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award

MIDNIGHT RAIN has been nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Romantic Intrigue. I’m delighted and honored to have been nominated — I’m in very good company. For more information, go to Romantic Times, scroll down to the “RT Awards” link, click that link, then choose Reviewers’ Choice 2004 Nominees. (Not Lifetime Achievement, which I accidentally clicked … Continue reading →

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