FREE novel! And some updates.

This is the very first book I ever published, and I’m offering it as a free download for a limited time. I hope you take advantage of this offer!

A few things to know:

A Symphony of Cicadas is a standalone/sequel called Forever Thirteen. You don’t have to read A Symphony of Cicadas to read Forever Thirteen, but it is helpful. Both take place in the afterlife – the first telling Rachel’s story, the second telling the story of her son, Joey.

The Road to Hope is my newest novel, telling the tale of two women who experience great personal tragedy, finding themselves in unfamiliar territory of loss and hardship. But the real journey is the one they take inside their own hearts.

See all my books here.

I’ve been kind of reclusive here because my next book, Come Here, Cupcake, has been taking up so much of my time. But I’m excited to say that I’m nearing the finish line! I can’t wait to share this book with you, and I can say, without a doubt, that you’re going to love this new upcoming series. I don’t have a publish date for this novel, but I promise I’ll share it here as soon as I find out.

Aaaaaand…… As a huge reader, I’m always looking for new books to read. What are you reading right now?

Sorry for the long pause between now and my last blog entry. I promise I’ll be better!

3 thoughts on “FREE novel! And some updates.”

  1. Just read “Truth and Beauty” by Ann Patchett. Loved it. The true story of deep friendship between 2 writers. Great writing.

  2. Just read “Truth and Beauty” by Ann Patchett. The satory of deep friendship between 2 writers. Great writing. Great story. (not sure if my earlier comment went through)

  3. Congratulations on another new novel!
    I recently finished March by Geraldine Brooks – very good but hard to match her previous book “Year of Wonders.” I’ve started ” The Physician” an old book set in the Middle Ages by Noah Gordon . I guess historical fiction is about my favorite genre, but I like anything well written.

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