Celebrate Opening Week of Baseball!

Celebrate Opening Week of Baseball!

Sure, Major League worked its magic, and every team played on Opening Day this year (except the ones that were rained out. Yes, I’m looking at you, Nationals!) But we true baseball fans know that the season is long. So here’s a great way to celebrate Opening “Day”: A week-long $0.99 Baseball Romance Blog Hop! Check out this guy: See those great books around him? You can read every one of them for just $0.99 each! Sure,...

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A Baseball Love Story

A Baseball Love Story

Once upon a time, I knew nothing about baseball or its distaff cousin, softball. (Insert sad story about being chosen last for every ball game in elementary, middle, and high school.) Then I met my husband. Mark is a living encyclopedia of baseball. He studies Bill James’s Abstracts as bits of light reading. He was asked not to field any more questions at a Cooperstown Hall of Fame trivia contest because he knew all the answers. He lives,...

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2014 in Review

There’s nothing like coming back from vacation to make a person all think-y and reflective and introspective.  Or, um, maybe it’s the calendar change-over doing all that… I started off 2014 with major plans for my career.  I planned on publishing nine books (the Diamond Brides Series) during the year — I had 3.5 of them written on January 1, so I still had 5.5 to go.  I also thought I’d throw together a few omnibus...

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Pre-Christmas Book Notes

Just a couple of quick notes in the pre-Christmas flurry of deadlines and craziness! 1.  Before there was Diamond Brides, before there was Fright Court, I wrote a series about a genie who grants wishes to women who work in the professional theater.  The books are light, and each one is completely self-contained; you don’t need to read them as a series.  Why am I telling you this now?  Because the first one, ACT ONE, WISH ONE (previously...

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In the End, It’s ALWAYS RIGHT!

Sigh.  The World Series is over, and there’s no baseball to watch on television (until spring training starts — in five short months!)  I knew I’d be mourning the end of the season (even if I couldn’t predict how early my poor Nationals would have been out of the running…) And so, way, way back, when I first started planning the Diamond Brides Series, I knew the last launch would come shortly after the Series wound...

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