Unplugging

Hahahahaha.  Yeah Right.  I do chat, briefly, about it over at Murder She Writes. Let’s see just how unplugged I can be! Karin*… Read more »

The First Line Judging is IN!

Grand Central Publishing Executive Editor, Amy Pierpont, has ranked the entries as follows!  If she is interested in reading more, Amy will contact the finalists!     Congratulations ladies!  #1—Nephilim by Ginny Glass #2—The Eighth Sin by Theresa Monsey #3—Redemption by Diane Garner #4—Saving Callie by Cindy Nord #5—The Shop  by J. Carson Black Now, back to your regular programming. Karin* PS, my granddaughter is locked and loaded. She’ll be making her debut any day now!  Can. NOT. Wait!!!!… Read more »

GOOD GIRL GONE BAD and Newsweek

This morning I received an email from a friend of mine.  She was upset that my book, GOOD GIRL GONE BAD was being looked at, as a joke in an article she read in Newsweek.  Now, before you go off to read the article my book was mentioned in, I’m warning you, the subject matter is hard core terrible stuff.  It is not for the faint of heart and I almost when I realized what it was about didn’t read it, because frankly, I have no stomach for the inhumane things humans do to humans.  But, this is about women,… Read more »

The Last Will of Moira Leahy

“I lost my twin to a harsh November nine years ago. Ever since, I’ve felt the span of that month like no other, as if each of the calendar’s thirty perfect little squares split in two on the page…” A LOST SHADOW Moira Leahy struggled growing up in her prodigious twin’s shadow; Maeve was always more talented, more daring, more fun. In the autumn of the girls’ sixteenth year, a secret love tempted Moira, allowing her to have her own taste of adventure, but it also damaged the intimate, intuitive relationship she’d always shared with her sister. Though Moira’s adolescent… Read more »
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