On My Bookshelf

Local Women Missing

"Beautiful. Haunting. Deceptively deep with a hint of whimsical. This debut is pure magic!" People don't just disappear without a trace… Shelby Tebow is the first to go missing. Not long after, Meredith Dickey and her six-year-old daughter,...

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The Spires

"Twisted journey with never ending suprises. Be ready to read it one sitting." Strung between two teenagers, an unemployed husband, and a tenuous career, Penelope Cox barely has her life together when the past comes knocking at her door. Willa...

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Where I Left Her

"A classic mother/daughter story with a twist, and an ending you don't expect." Whitney had some misgivings when she dropped her increasingly moody teenage daughter, Amelia, off at Lauren’s house. She’d never met the parents, and usually she’d go...

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Books I’ve Enjoyed:

Her Dark Lies

"A deliciously dark tale that will sweep you up into the dangerous depths of love and murder."...

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Jigsaw Man

"Dark and twisted, a complicated puzzle with pieces put together with perfect precision." A serial...

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Wrong Alibi

“A wild and thrilling journey into Alaska that leaves you breathless.” WRONG JOBEighteen-year-old...

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When I Was You

"Fast paced, intensely driven...get ready for the unexpected with this thriller!" It all begins on...

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Notes from me to you

Glazed Coconut Bundt Cake

I'm a stress baker - 100%. When I feel overwhelmed, uncertain or am stuck with my writing, I bake. So far, no one in the family has complained and with only one daughter left in the house, I doubt anyone will tell me to stop! Out of the plethora of cookbooks that line...

In an instant…everything changed

I've been thinking back to to when I first started writing, to when the belief I had in myself and my ability to tell a story was almost non-existent. That's how things are though, right, when you first start to lean into a passion you never quite acknowledged? When...

5 Steps to Changing How You Write

For years I believed I could only write one way. I believed my brain worked better between certain hours, using one specific writing program and that it took me a certain length to write a book. Sound familiar? 6 months ago my writing scheduled changed due to life. I...

An Author’s Secret Fear

From the moment a story idea blooms in our heart and plays out in our mind, there's a small thread of fear that takes seed in a place we don't want to acknowledge. Writing is hard. Publishing is even harder. If you were to ask your favorite author the part of the...

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