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Cover Reveal

Well the title isn't quite set in stone, but the cover is ready to go.  I really like it. I think it does a great job portraying the mood of the book.  I'll let you know the release date as soon I've got the solid date sent!  Have a great weekend!

Happiness Is . . . Lime Popsicles!

Things are taking longer than I planned when it comes to self-publishing. After I made the initial decision in January, things have happened in life that have distracted me some. It can be difficult to work on a project like this when you have other things pulling to get your attention (which actually pay money.)

Right now I have a mock up of the cover. It really fits the mood of the book, and I hope that you all like it. I can't share until it is finalized, but it does have to do with the book. I hope that it is eye catching enough to draw people in on Amazon.

On a totally random note, I was shopping today and I found a bag that had lime popsicles. Growing up my favorite popsicles were lime. My favorite Kool-Aid was lime, and my favorite type of sno-cone was lime. But now that I'm buying all of these things for my kid, I'm sad to say that the lime flavor I love just isn't out there. (Not that my kid's are complaining instead of the standard popsicle bag with four …

Taking the Big Step

I'm excited to announce that Dreaming Isis will soon be available to purchase. This is great story that has been in the works for nearly four years. The first version is very different from the final version, and I've had a lot of help along the way for me to get it there.

This is the blurb for the book:

Seventeen-year-old Isis worries about three things. First, her overbearing mother who tries to control her every move. Second, the bad dreams, which keep coming true. And third the strange things that she makes happen when she loses control of her powers, and the accompanying headaches that are only getting worse. Still Isis is so close to graduation she thinks she’ll be able to make it to freedom and a fresh start far way from her mother.
A class project shouldn’t undo the carefully concocted fa├žade that Isis has set up, but when she uses her powers to save herself and Dane, her project partner, from a freak explosion, Isis’ world begins to crumble around her. Instead of turnin…