Does the romance genre expect too much from the modern man?

So, I'm a girl. I've been a girl for a long, long time. It's really a career choice at this point, and I'm reader and writer of romances. Yes, I've even written stuff like this: He nodded. “Mrs. Markey, it’s been a pleasure meeting you, and you have a lovely home.” Boyd Ramsey grabbed up... Continue Reading →

People Keep Asking…

Every author gets questions. The most common one  I get is this; Are you Ari Badu? Answer; not even remotely. When I got the idea for Home is the Sailor, it was Ari that came to me first. She's not the typical, spunky heroine. She is very much an older, experienced woman who got handed... Continue Reading →

SFR Brigade Showcase

Welcome to Future Fairytales! I'm part of this awesome fan group for SFR, and this is an excellent example of why. The Brigade showcase is basically fun content from your favorite authors for free all over the internet. That's just awesome. And, today, I'm participating with a sneak peek at my new release, out on... Continue Reading →

Oh, Brother, where art thou?

  May 31, 2016 Brother Mine is the first in my very next series, and it has a release date! Here's the blurb: Mal Renata was born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth, but it never stopped her from becoming the voice of the Braxian people. As an activist fighting off mankind’s inevitable... Continue Reading →

Head in the clouds, feet on the ground

Cry Havoc is in production, I promise. It's become clear, however that the next series in the universe I've build around the Carry Bell is purely scifi young adult. There may be some romantic elements, I don't know yet. But, the main characters are kids trying to survive a war together. It's not going to... Continue Reading →

No spoiler review of Bound to You.

AR Declerck first caught my attention with her new steampunk series beginning with The Alchemist's Kiss. The second of that series is out soon, Enchanter's Embrace. Steampunk is a challenging write. It requires both historical research and serious imagination. Naturally, I wanted to see what she could do with space opera which is how I... Continue Reading →

Reviews for Riding

We have some feedback from the readers that I am very excited about: When I was a teenager, science fiction was my jam, to the point that I actually attended Star Trek conventions. As an adult, I've been more into fantasy and historical fiction, but Jolie Mason has reminded me of all the things I... Continue Reading →

New Release!

 Redemption Lost drops today. The second novella in the 47th lancers series is out. Aliens have been named, and all is right with the world. I hope you enjoy this one, as I go into production on the next related novel series. Cry Havoc! will begin where this novella leaves off, and I can't wait.... Continue Reading →

Free Book Blitz

Home is the sailor is free this weekend! The first in a three part series, Home is the Sailor begins the journey of an amazing ship. Catch up just in time for the third and final release on September 22nd.

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