Showing posts from November, 2014


The book is out! My first book is out! Woohoo!

You can buy it on Amazon, or at the C&G website, or you can hit up Goodreads to add it to your list of books you want to read. You can check out Becoming Cliche's blog for a review of the book or an interview with me.

Once you've read the book you should find me on twitter and tell me what you think! Did anything really bug you? Did anything really make you laugh? I'm always curious what lines make people go, "YES!" since I often read books and get really caught up in certain lines or phrases that I really think are clever. I wonder if other people might ever do the same with my writing!

Other than scouring the internet for mentions of me and my writing, I've been spending more time at home with my cats, lately. I've been having a lot of movie nights with friends, which has been great fun, and trying to keep my oldest cat from protest-peeing on the welcome rug. Since I bought him puppy pads he seems insul…

Holy Moly!

Do you read Urban Fantasy? Do you like gluttonous eating of sugary foods? Do you want to get cool stuff? Is there money in your bank account that you’re not sure how to spend? I can help!

Being a therapist means dealing with other people’s problems, but this is getting ridiculous.

Despite being an empath who tastes and feels others’ emotions, Gwen Arthur’s always managed to stay under the radar and out of the preternatural world. The worst she’s had to deal with is a horny werewolf private eye named Mel.

Until now.

It starts with a terrifying visit from the monsters that plagued Gwen’s childhood nightmares. They’re back and they seem to think she’s someone else entirely–someone very powerful. Someone capable of taking on the task they lay at her feet: find a group of kidnapped, magically gifted children before they’re killed. Or worse.

She’s got her smart mouth, her eerily competent best friend Chloe and, yes, even irritatingly attractive Mel to help her through this assignment. Hopef…