Coming Soon: The Next Mustached Detective Mystery
January 30, 2023
George and Martha Simmons are very pleased with the outcome of their first missing persons investigation. But when their next client reaches out, George has more questions than answers. The man seems suspect and George doesn’t trust his motives. Why does he really want to find his fifteen-year-old niece? Especially when the girl’s own mother is uncooperative. Join George and Martha in their latest search in the second book of The Mustached Detective series…coming soon!
Charlotte Tilian Returns in Artful Illusion
November 14, 2022
As she joins forces with her neighbors to help find a missing friend suffering from dementia, no one is more surprised than Charlotte to realize that at the age of 75 she just may be falling in love. Again. Yes, the heat is definitely turning up in Houston!
Artful Design, the third book in my Silver Chic Mystery series, is now available in paperback and e-book formats. From November 15-18, the e-book is FREE on Amazon.
July 17, 2022
About two years ago, Daisy’s Design was published and for the first time, I had a publisher! It was exciting, as I had self-published my first three novels. However, for various reasons, I’ve decided to “go Indie” with Daisy and am now self-publishing it, as well. As a result, the book has a brand new look – though the story remains unchanged. I love this new cover, and I hope you will, too!
June 10, 2022
While the free book promotion for Mid-Century Remodel has ended, each of my e-books are available through Kindle Unlimited. I also noticed that Amazon has discounted the paperback version of A Thousand Fibers to the very low price of $4.93. To take advantage of this 59% discount, act quickly, as I have no idea how long the discount will be available.
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May 23, 2022
I’m running a free book promotion for Mid-Century Remodel on Amazon from May 24 – 28. Find it Here beginning May 24!
The Archer’s Mark
Watch here for news about my next book, The Archer’s Mark…
Shannon and Jason Archer move from London to the Texas Hill Country, full of dreams for their future. Then he dies, the pandemic strikes, and she is left alone to face rumors on social media which turn violent and threaten her very life. As she confronts all of the ugliness and fear of 2020, Shannon manages to find hope and direction in the connections she forms with others, during a time when such support would seem all but impossible.
“It concerns us to know the purposes we seek in life, for then, like archers aiming at a definite mark, we shall be more likely to attain what we want.” Aristotle