Greetings from Montana!
If you enjoy deeply felt small town, family romances, you've come to the right place. That's what I write… because that's me in a nutshell—a look-on-the-bright-side, rural girl who appreciates the friendship and sense of community common to so many small towns.
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Featured Blog Posts
October 16, 2017
Writers are weird. We all have our quirks—our little preferences that inspire us and help us get into the creative mindset, whether it's a favorite kind of pen or notebook, a "most creative" time of day, a certain kind of music… or no sound at all.
I'm no exception. … [ Read More ]
July 9, 2017
Recently, someone left a review on Mountain Angel that made me laugh out loud. I'm not talking the Internet lie of "LOL". I actually laughed—one of those semi-maniacal, something-just-broke-free, epitome-that-cleanses-the-soul laughs. And it felt good. As you might've guessed by the title of this post, the review was a complaint about the name of the heroine of Mountain Angel—the one and only Aelissm Davis. It wasn't the first I've received, and it certainly won't be the last. … [ Read More ]
June 13, 2017
The dip-and-pull rhythm of paddling the kayak across the ocean on a sultry August afternoon was remarkably soothing—almost as soothing as the company of man cruising beside her. Erin glanced at Owen, noted the glow of contentment that played about his cherished features, and couldn’t help but grin in response. His happiness was irresistible and even more precious for all those months when even a simple smile had been a struggle for him.
“This was a marvelous idea, big brother,” she remarked.
“I get them now and again,” he replied.
“You ought to work on getting them more often.” … [ Read More ]