From World War Z to The Walking Dead (graphic novel and TV series), zombies make their presence known in books and on the small and big screens. While watching zombie movies and reading books in the genre, I became a little overly infatuated with the undead. The family would say I went through a “thing,” attendingContinue reading “Why Are Zombies Popular?”
Originally published in 2016, I thought it was time to dust this blog off, especially with an upcoming contemporary romance release from Dakota Star set at, of all places, a Pennsylvania dude ranch. Got to love the mix of smart women, cowboys, and horses. Hold on to your cowboy hats. I have a love hateContinue reading “How Horseback Riding and Writing Compare”
Both fostering a dog and writing a book are complicated tasks, but which is hardest? When writing a book, you are up all hours of the night. The characters swim like minnows through your mind, making you crazy. Plot points that don’t pan out wake you up in a panic. Watching television at midnight? NotContinue reading “The Pen or the Pup: What’s Harder?”
Light in Shadow by Jane Ann Krentz This was my first Krentz book. Yes. Really. I just discovered her as an author. I enjoyed Light in Shadow for a variety of reasons, and it is my March recommended reading. The main character Zoe Luce has an interesting history and is hiding a big secret. NowContinue reading “March Book Recommendation”
Dani’s senior year of college is filled with anxiety and stress. And then there’s a pesky stalker too. Twelve Months of Awkward Moments coming July 2018 from Torrid Books.