Review by Mary Anne Yarde, The Coffee Pot Book Club. I'm thrilled to announce that WHISPERS IN THE CANYON has received a 5-star review from the Coffee Pot Book Club. "I didn't want to kill him..." But Russell Travers had already shot one man while he attempted to rob The White's Station Bank, how many … Continue reading WHISPERS IN THE CANYON: Editorial Review
I am thrilled to share the news that WHISPERS IN THE CANYON, the first book of the Donovan Family Saga, has been released by Soul Mate Publishing and is now available on Amazon! In the 1880s Arizona Territory, Jesse Travers' father dies and leaves her with a bankrupt ranch and a deep well of distrust. … Continue reading WHISPERS IN THE CANYON Now Available!
1880s Arizona. Damaged almost beyond hope, Jesse inherits a bankrupt ranch. Survival comes at an inconceivable price: she must learn to trust the man who killed her brother. That's the logline from my debut historical novel, WHISPERS IN THE CANYON*. I am absolutely delighted to report that it will be released in late August by … Continue reading My Debut Novel To Take Flight!
Once again, I'm coming in just under the wire for NWW's photo prompt from August 15. As before, I've created a scene that will be used in my Donovan Family Saga. Enjoy! THE LAKE When morning came, Adam sat and watched the sun rise over the canyon walls. One moment, the shadows were deep in … Continue reading NWW Photo Prompt: The Lake
My second attempt at a photo prompt. Since it worked so well last time, I decided to write another vignette that can easily be converted into a scene in my WIP, The Winds of Morning. Kills two birds ... (on the other hand, why kill them at all?) Enjoy! As the small ship sailed into … Continue reading NWW Photo Prompt: Palm Fronds
Now that I've gotten a handle on this "blogging" thing, I've decided to participate in a Photo Prompt challenge. This prompt was created by North West Writers and new photos are posted bi-monthly. The current photo is near and dear to my heart. As this is my first "assignment", I thought I'd try something with … Continue reading NWW Photo Prompt: DIMPLES
Writers are often asked where inspiration comes from. And the truth is, it often comes from someone else. Before I moved, I belonged to a wonderful writing group at the library of an overcrowded New York City suburb. Our Fearless Leader would send us a weekly prompt, and once it was to write about “a … Continue reading THE WHARF