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Tomas MacIan’s story…

I’m feeling a little sentimental today. My first novel, Highland Solution was first released almost four years ago, on September 3, 2013. It was the story that had been swirling in my imagination for years. Many of the characters had … Continue reading

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It’s release day!!

The Choice went live today and Gertrude is out and about. She stopped by Seelkfireice for a wee chat with Eniko. Be sure to check it out! I will be going live on Facebook on Sunday at 8PM Eastern Daylight Time. … Continue reading

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Chapter One of The Choice

A lot is happening this week! First, if you haven’t read the first four of The Pocket Watch Chronicles, the collection is still on sale this week, for only $0.99–that is a $6.97 savings off all the individual titles. Be … Continue reading

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I know her name now…

Thank you to everyone who offered suggestions on FaceBook or my blog. It came down to: Willow, Lilea, Isabella, Julia (or Juliana), Aneirin, Anaela, Eilidh, Eala, and the name that won. Of those, I narrowed it down to Lilea, Eilidh … Continue reading

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Name the Heroine Contest

With The Choice, the next of the Pocket Watch Chronicles in the can and releasing in a little over two weeks, I am on to my next project–the start of a new series Duncurra Legacy. If you read the very … Continue reading

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A sneak peek at the new Pocket Watch

Well, it’s been a while since I posted here.  We’ve been busy at Duncurra, building our publishing company and the YouTube channel. But I have also been working on a special book that I’m really excited to release. The Choice has … Continue reading

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Purple or no?

I mentioned in my last blog post that I have left corporate America behind me. Today, it occurred to me that I no longer have to conform to traditional business standards. I can set my own hours, dance to the … Continue reading

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