“Real Women Go Hawaiian” Now Available on Kindle

“In that moment, I knew I could no longer be a Wall Street monkey, and somewhere out there Hawaii was calling my name.” – Robin from Real Women Go Hawaiian When the women of Real Women Wear Red return from their Caribbean cruise, each woman must deal with the consequences of secrets shared onboard ship. … Continue reading “Real Women Go Hawaiian” Now Available on Kindle

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Novelist & Modern Musician Vs. Nashville

I've been struggling for some time about what to make my main priority - writing or music. When we evacuated to Nashville during Hurricane Irma, I hadn't been there since I started songwriting and joined Nashville Songwriter's Association (NSAI) so I was very excited about it. May as well make the most out of a … Continue reading Novelist & Modern Musician Vs. Nashville

Can’t Stop the Music

While we're living in temporary housing during the house building process, I made a deal with myself that I'd put music on hold and focus on writing my novel-in-progress. That music is too challenging for me right now and writing a novel is therapeutic. The problem with that is I love music too much, and … Continue reading Can’t Stop the Music

The Sublime Art of the Unreliable Narrator

Today's post from the Florida's Writer Association, "The Sublime Art of the Unreliable Narrator," got my attention, reminding me of a writing group I used to be a part of. We were chatting about something and I was offering my opinion and when, as an example for my point of view, I told of a … Continue reading The Sublime Art of the Unreliable Narrator

Changes and a 5-Star Review

In my last blog post, I wrote that when you change something, everything changes. Often, we just want to change one thing and then are surprised by so many things changing, things we didn't really want to change. But that's what holds people back from changing anything. After a brief halt to the life-changing events … Continue reading Changes and a 5-Star Review

New Book Release: Raining Men, Version 2.0

One of the benefits of being an Indie author is that you can edit or change a book up after it's published. And that's exactly what I did with Raining Men. I'd published it right before I switched gears to songwriting and thought I hadn't given it the attention it deserved. I hadn't promoted it … Continue reading New Book Release: Raining Men, Version 2.0