Sultry Summer Nights

Sultry Summer Nights

After midnight, a mysterious stranger appears at the edge of the woods and the peaceful life fifteen-year-old Ellen Fisher has with her beloved stepfather Frank is turned upside down. Small town gossip, jealousy and murder strive to tear them apart in a tale of secrets and unrequited love. The plot and characters for Slow Dancing… Continue Reading

A Hobby Morphs to Passion

A Hobby Morphs to Passion

Whispers of the Past   Note: It’s no secret that I’m a recluse. Although I’m a member of several writing groups including the wonderful San Diego chapter of the Romance Writers of America, because I don’t venture out to meetings, my contact with other authors tends to be online, especially Facebook. Owen shared his exciting… Continue Reading

Lift Each Other Up

Lift Each Other Up

I don’t usually set out to read a certain genre because of the time of year, except for perhaps Christmas, or autumn. This month, I decided to read women authors for Women’s History Month. Patti Smith’s Just Kids drew me in; I didn’t want it to end. Women’s Fiction is my favorite, but I like… Continue Reading

Contemporary Thriller Giveaway Plus Kindle Fire!

Contemporary Thriller Giveaway Plus Kindle Fire!

Today, I have a fun surprise that I’d like to share with you. I’ve teamed up with 50 fantastic Contemporary Thriller authors to give away a huge collection of novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire to one lucky winner!  You can win my novel The Savant of Chelsea plus 49 additional reads! Enter the giveaway by… Continue Reading

Inspired by Art

Inspired by Art

These amazing sculptures, paintings, etchings, and manuscript illustrations inspired author Uvi Poznansky to write The David Chronicles, a series of three volumes, the first of which is the novel Rise to Power, where she imagines the battle with Goliath. Besides being an artist and having worked as an architect, she taught art history, and this… Continue Reading