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I don’t know about you, but paying for the things I enjoy isn’t getting easier yet. Like books! I am happy to announce that from Dec. 6 through Dec. 10 The First Love will be free for Kindle readers!! Click here to be taken to Amazon to pick up your free digital copy 🙂 HappyContinue reading “Need A Free Love Story Right About Now?”
From October 21-28, The First Love will be on sale for $.99 !! Grab your copy and enjoy a story about one girl’s journey to happy ever after…
If you enjoy a bit of an age gap lesfic romance with travels to France, and characters from the US, Ireland, France, and Amsterdam, you will enjoy the audio version of my first novel length book, The First Love! Narrator, Lucy Emerson, does a great job at bringing a range of characters to life. WhenContinue reading “The First Love is Now Available on Audible! :-)”
Even though I prefer to focus on foreign films depicting lesbians, this movie needs to be recognized for its credit to the suffragettes who stood up in the face of opposition, faced arrest, alienation, separation, abuse, mockery, and all else unimaginable so that woman today can enjoy the rights we do. Nora ( Marie Leuenberger) isContinue reading “The Divine Order(Die göttliche Ordnung) (2017)(Foreign Film Review)”
Eva, a young married woman (Eloísa Maturén), has gone ahead of her husband to their (I assume beach) vacation spot, when her car breaks down along the way. While she is waiting for repairs, she is referred to a small beautiful Caribbean beach hotel/resort where a woman named Liz (Patricia Velásquez) and her close friendsContinue reading “Liz in September(Liz en Septiembre) (2014) Foreign Lesbian Film Review”
The movie begins with young Delphine (Izïa Higelin), who lives on a farm with her parents in France, in the early 1970’s. She is close with her family, and dedicated to her life on the farm, but she secretly has relationships with other girls while avoiding her parent’s pushes toward marriage, and a boy whoContinue reading “Summertime (La Belle Saison)(2015)”
I love rolling my own sushi at home! It’s fun and a great way to entertain if you are having guests over for dinner. And while we are quarantining (and even when not), it’s also just as perfect with family or simply solo. I want to share a dessert I would make at the endContinue reading “A Dessert For At-Home Sushi Makers…”
Last night as I climbed into bed, I clicked through my Amazon Fire apps to see what new movies I wanted to add to the “watchlist” and came across a movie with Jennifer Grey and Suki Waterhouse called Bittersweet Symphony (2019)… Ya’ll! Ya’llllllll….. I haven’t seen JG since Dirty Dancing and it was my firstContinue reading “Bittersweet Symphony, the movie”
At nearly fifteen thousand words in, and at the cusp of the first big turning point for my story, I lost my will to move forward. Often when I am writing I struggle not to rush right into the first big revelation or turning point, where things start to unfold, make sense, and get juicy.Continue reading “Just Like That! (How I went from being bored with my MC to can’t stop writing)”
I’m just going to say it here…I frigging love her work! Tonight, season 3 of Killing Eve started (don’t worry, no spoilers here), and I am beyond excited. After watching S.3-E1, all I can say is, “Holy sh@t, I didn’t see that coming!” As a writer, I can’t help but to obsessively watch, re-watch, breakContinue reading “Phoebe Waller-Bridge: Killing Eve, Fleabag, Crashing…”
I’ve officially been holed up for fifteen days and decided to make an assessment of my accomplishments (if any) as far as goals I set out for myself. And my current state of mind. As I write this, the lights are literally blinking as a howling wind calls from outside my window: There’s a newContinue reading “Q-Day 15: What’s Changed?”
Writing About Dark and Evil Things: How are you coping with the "real" world outside while creating horror in your head?
Moving away from love and fate (well, somewhat sort of), I am currently writing something more dark and sinister. I’ve recently received notice that my workplace (I’m a barber) has been ordered to shut down for the next 30 days for the corona virus pandemic we are facing. My first thought – before assessing myContinue reading “Writing About Dark and Evil Things: How are you coping with the "real" world outside while creating horror in your head?”
I was wondering – and maybe this is a common topic, but I have only recently begun to get more involved with my fellow writers – do you feel a little blue when you finish your book and it’s out there, and there is nothing left but to…I don’t know… read it for yourself? DoContinue reading “Writer's Empty Nest”
Is anyone ever truly free from their first love? Seventeen and a half year old Calli spent her free time in a banyan tree with her favorite pen and a journal. She barely cared for much outside of the world she created on paper. When her mother accidentally enrolls her in a riding lesson withContinue reading “The First Love”
Currently I am working on my second novel, The Wife App. It’s been an interesting process because initially it was meant to be something disturbing combined with a love story, but I ended up overhauling the entire theme and went straight for true love. Something I am learning about myself is my sense of protectionContinue reading “What Am I Writing About Now?”
I am super excited to announce I have found a wonderful narrator to produce The First Love!! Narrator Lucy Emerson has teamed up with me to be the voices of Calli, Justine, Fenne, and all the characters that made The First Love unforgettable. Subscribe to this blog site to be first to know when TheContinue reading “The First Love is in Audio Book Production!”
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