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Why I adore the cliffhanger, and some news

November 25th, 2017|

Think of two recent, popular shows: The Walking Dead and Serial. One's a fictional TV program about zombies, the other is a nonfiction podcast that's deeply reported and researched. They couldn't be more different, right? Actually, they're more alike than it appears. Both employ the hallmark of the serial novel — that is, each relies [...]

Smart Smut

November 13th, 2017|

I'm so thrilled to be over on the Scandalicious Podcast, talking about Constant Craving! Lola and Scandal did a great job on the interview, and called Constant Craving "smart smut." Click HERE to listen!

In Love.

November 1st, 2017|

    It’s live! And there’s a surprise — Constant Craving was featured in a Buzzfeed article!  5 Steamy Reads That Should Be On Your Nightstand As the weather starts to cool, these books will definitely keep you warm. Get ready to stack your nightstand book pile high with these 5 sexy romances… Read the article HERE. […]

Three Days

October 30th, 2017|

  For more information on where to buy Constant Craving, click HERE.

Sneak Preview: Constant Craving

October 29th, 2017|

  I'm so thrilled that the e-book and paperback versions of my new novel, Constant Craving, will be released in a few days! This is a steamy, second-chance romance about a man and a woman who met in college, loved fiercely, then broke up. More than a decade later, they're together again - or are [...]

Times Festival of Reading

October 25th, 2017|

Mark your calendars! If you're in the Tampa Bay area on Nov. 11, please come say hi at the Times Festival of Reading! I'll be speaking about serial fiction apps with the CEO of Radish Fiction. We're speaking at 2:15 p.m., and you can find a schedule of events at the Festival's website. I'll also [...]

New Release!

October 18th, 2017|

Let go of the past to have any chance at a future... I'm shocked when Rafael Menendez de Aviles -- my first love, my one downfall -- appears at my business, offering to save it from bankruptcy. I'm even more stunned when Rafael, looking hotter than ever, makes a proposition: spend the next month together, [...]

The other side of the notebook

February 11th, 2017|

I've been a journalist for 25 years. Being a reporter is essential to who I am. Interviewing, questioning and taking notes are like breathing. Which is probably why the past month has been so odd for me — I've been the one interviewed. The reporters who have wanted to write about my book and my story [...]

On returning, and what I ate

February 7th, 2017|

  I've been back from my trip for almost a week, and I'm still trying to get my bearings. I won't lie: it's odd going on such a long journey and losing track of days and dates, only to return home and have to fit into a routine again. On Sunday, I got a wonderful massage [...]

Mission District Murals

January 28th, 2017|

  I have a thing for street art. Murals, light projects, sculptures. I'm not exactly sure when this started or why, but whenever I'm in a new place, I'm drawn to public art. San Francisco has a ton of it, especially in the Mission District. There's a legacy of political and cultural murals in the [...]