The search continues for local police deputy.

The Carter Gazette Deputy Boyd Ramsey of the Carter County Sheriff's Department has been declared missing for over a week. He was last seen at a local club called Fortune in Janesville. Janesville police issued this press release Monday: The investigation into the disappearance of  Deputy Ramsey is ongoing, and we have no updates at... Continue Reading →

The Diary of Adra Anne Markey- January 4th

Everybody's leaving. Don't get me wrong. I don't regret staying here with Mamie, but it sure isn't easy watching everybody go off to their real lives. Terry insisted on taking me to church again, and I insisted we drag Patsy along behind to act as unofficial chaperone.  Poor Patsy thinks I'm trying to proselytize her... Continue Reading →

That kiss, that kiss.

Time for a little flash forward from Adra Anne. She was just sitting on the porch swing this afternoon drinking a glass of sweet tea, and thinking of Boyd (who, here's a little secret, is named for a pit bull I loved once.). Well, she just had to tell someone about that kiss... so here... Continue Reading →

Technology Talk with Jackson

So, today, we're talking tech with one of the 47ths most experienced pilots... Jackson: Technically, Jolie, I'm not a pilot. I'm a support specialist. Jolie: Oh, I'm sorry, so the ATGyro doesn't count as a mech? Jackson: No, it's a mechanized vehicle with very specialized scanning and long range navigational equipment, and a big ass... Continue Reading →

Just my imagination…

When we decide to publish our books, I know we're supposed to become some kind of guru, but I haven't. The marketing side of the business just kills my buzz. The buzz I get from writing down my stories. Yeah, that buzz. It's like flying when it all comes together.  So, I've decided to turn... Continue Reading →

When bad boys switch sides

Assassins are bad, right? Well, kinda. They are killers for hire, but ...what if they changed sides? What would happen then? That's the premise of my Brother Assassins series. Some of these men are victims of circumstance. They do what they have to, in order to survive. In the case of Brother Mine, he's one... Continue Reading →

Ready to hit the street?

Street Teams are Hella fun! If you've never participated in one before, they are awesome ways to spend some time. Authors routinely have what we call ARCs or advanced review copies of their ebooks. Being on a street team gives a reader a chance to be one of the first to read and review the... Continue Reading →

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