Today marks my last day as a teacher. It’s the end of an era for me. I’ve spent the past eleven years as a public school teacher, the first two of those at a middle school and the remaining nine at the same high school. Before that I taught college
Asa and I first met when we both finaled in the Golden Heart in 2014. Later that year, we became agent sisters when we both signed with the amazing Sarah Younger. Since then, Asa and I have taken New Jersey, Florida, and Mexico by storm! I can’t wait to see what
Today’s the release of Letting Go, my first book! Okay, I lied, on two counts. I’m writing this the night before my release date because I still have a day job—those teenagers won’t teach themselves—so I won’t have time to write a blog on my actual release date. Count two?
The days until the release of my debut novel, Letting Go, are waning. Just two weeks! Although the book was contracted last September, which means it has technically taken less than a year to release, my journey started long before that. I’ve been writing off and on my whole life, but
My first novel, Letting Go, was inspired by a lot of my own college experiences. The heroine, Cori, first meets the hero, Luke, at a fraternity party. Just like Cori, I spent my fair share of time at fraternity parties since my then-boyfriend (now-husband) lived in a fraternity house. And
It is my pleasure to reveal the cover for Delayed Penalty by the lovely Ms. Sophia Henry. (About that cover model–I’ll take two, please! Thanks!) She closed her heart long ago. He just wants to open her mind. For fans of Toni Aleo and Sawyer Bennett, the debut of Sophia Henry’s red-hot
It’s here! It’s here! I have a cover! I’ve been working toward this moment for years–the day I get to see my name (my name!!!) on a book cover. It’s a little surreal, yet oh-so-satisfying. What’s mind-numbing is what this means–soon actual people, other than my friends and family, will read